Maryam says general elections needed to solve big problems

Islamabad: PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz said Thursday that general election in the country are the needed to overcome the current economic crisis as the coalition government cannot take big decisions.

Talking to the media in Islamabad, she said that a four-week government could not be blamed for the economic destruction of four years. “Imran Khan’s associates have started complaining about inflation in four weeks,” she said.

Maryam also stated that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had not been able to present any evidence till date in the case against her. She asked people to give a two-third majority to PML-N to put the country back on the path of prosperity.

“Punish me if there is any evidence against me,” she declared. “Those, who used to term Pakistan the cheapest country, are wailing over inflation today,” she added. PTI chairman Imran Khan has pushed Pakistan 400 years back. She further said, “He is attacking the institutions. When the institutions were backing Imran, everything was fine.”

Attacking NAB, she said that previously, anti-graft watchdog wanted the hearing to be held every day but now it is making excuses. “If they do not have anything against me, then being a citizen of Pakistan, they should not take away my rights. If you have anything against me then punish me for that,” she said.

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