ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry on Sunday said the politics of PML Deputy President-MaryamNawaz were “based on a crisis with Prime Minister Imran Khan,” so people were hurt.
Referring to Maryam’s speech in Sukkur on Saturday during a workers’ rally, Fawad Chaudhry said the PML-N leader was unwilling to respond “to where the billions of dollars he transferred from his accounts to 32 companies came from.”
In her Saturday address, Maryam had said that “the title of Prime Minister Imran Khan is” taabedaari only “.
The PML-N leader made a number of objections in response to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech in Chakwal yesterday.
Stressing that parliament is the best forum for dialogue, the minister said: “We want to bring in an election system that no one can point a finger at. Prime Minister Imran Khan has also always been fond of negotiations. “
Chaudhry said PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz had no political experience, adding that she was “bitter at his words on every institution of the country.”
“PDM is fragmented; The PPP has distanced itself from the statements of Nakaz Sharif and Fazlur Rehman, ”he said.
Commenting on the obvious differences in JUI-F, the minister said Fazlur Rehman’s party would continue to split in the coming days, adding that “Maryam’s politics has drowned her party and all her statements are based on lies”.
The provincial minister said the actions of the opposition party leaders were lagging behind as they continued to give the PTI government an end.
“The opposition party has come to an end. Lahore has proven to be ‘Waterloo’ to them, ”he added.
He went on to say that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), along with Maryam Nawaz and Bilawal, are not a problem for the government or for Imran Khan, adding that “no one in the ruling government will resign at his request.”
“They [the leaders of the opposition] are a spectacle. Because of their weakness, we do not need to tighten our policy on them. In fact, I support the government to give the opposition a way out of this crisis, ”he concluded.