Today’s Pakistan is not Pakistan of 2013, says Marriyum Aurangzeb
GUJRANWALA (92 News) – Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that today’s Pakistan is not the Pakistan of 2013.
Addressing the Workers Convention of PML-N in Gujranwala on Monday, the minister said that we need to tell opponents that Nawaz Sharif is the need of this country.
Referring to PTI, she said that the PTI chief is committing perjury to spread false information about the prime minister. She said people love Nawaz Sharif at the core of their hearts.
She said that he courts do not provide justice to those who make false allegations and do not provide any evidence.
The nation would not forgive the people who are against Nawaz Sharif, she said.
She further said that they are demanding to disqualify the prime minister by gathering only 200-300 people. The workers of PMLN would face those who have a bad eye on Maryam Nawaz, she added.
Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique said that they were invited to topple the Zardari government during the lawyers’ movement for restoration of the judges.
He said that Imran Khan continued to raise hue and cry while they got the judges restored. “One will have to be held accountable for his nameless property and children,” he said.
The minister asked Bilawal Bhutto not to force them to speak out against the PPP leaders. “The five-year tenure of Bilawal’s father and Musharraf era was complete destruction,” he declared.