Maryam alleges PM for defaming own country on foreign soil
LAHORE (92 News) – Daughter of former premier Nawaz Sharif Maryam Nawaz on Tuesday alleged Prime Minister Imran Khan for defaming on own country on foreign soil.
Maryam Nawaz took her twitter and criticized the prime minister’s statement to admit during his visit to Iran that Pakistan’s soil was used for attacks in the neighbouring country.
“Vilifying & defaming your own country on foreign soil, sitting with foreign leaders, does not find a parallel in the national and diplomatic history. Imagine what the Iranian leadership would be thinking!,” she tweeted.
Vilifying & defaming your own country on foreign soil, sitting with foreign leaders, does not find a parallel in the national and diplomatic history. Imagine what the Iranian leadership would be thinking! pic.twitter.com/yaOhI0u4Pf
— Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) April 23, 2019
Imran made country a laughing stock in front of everyone: Hina Rabbani
Earlier today, PPP MNA Hina Rabbani Khar said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has made country a laughing stock in front of everyone. Addressing a session of the National Assembly, the PPP leader said, “We are worried for the country after seeing it continually become a laughing stock. “This is not funny anymore. You cannot play with the destiny of this country anymore.” She added.
Hina Rabani said although the prime minister had publicly talked about the use of Pakistani territory against Iran in the past as well, alleging that Imran Khan defamed the country in front of others.
She expressed reservations on the statement of Imran Khan about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghanistan.
“Where is your sense of history?” she asked the premier. Khar also criticised his statement regarding an interim set-up in Afghanistan, saying any interference in the internal affairs of another country is not sophisticated diplomacy.
She maintained that the honourable premier went at length to explain how Germany and Japan are neighbours and how post World War II they shared a border. “History tells us that both [Germany and Japan] were on the same team but the prime minister is telling us they were adversaries. Japan is located in East Asia while Germany is located in Europe.”