Is Maryam Nawaz ruining PML-N?

Is Maryam Nawaz, vice-President Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), completely independent in ruining the party in absence of ‘N-league’ and ‘S-league’? Fayyazul Hassan Chohan, Punjab Information Minister, says Maryam is the biggest threat to the former ruling party. Is it true?

Maryam ruining PMLN

Fayyazul Hassan Chohan, Punjab Information Minister, has said that opposition has started working to fool the masses, reported ARY News. He also criticized Maryam Nawaz, vice-President Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), and said that ‘M-league’ is completely independent in ruining the party in absence of ‘N-league’ and ‘S-league’.

Terming the appointment of Maulana Fazlur Rehman as head of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), a shocking move, Fayyazul Hassan Chohan, said that how can a person, who failed to even win in elections, is now leading the opposition.

The provincial minister also claimed that JUI-F chief helped in clearing the way for Nawaz’s travel abroad by his Azadi March. Now let’s see the outcome of new ‘Maulana-PML-M nexus’, he said.

He said that opposition parties cannot cause any harm to the incumbent government as Prime Minister Imran Khan has the full support of the masses and he is taking the country in the right direction.

Maryam Nawaz is, argue analysts, someone who believes in politics of confrontation, and planning to give a tough time to the country’s establishment. However, Shehbaz Sharif, President PML-N, has said more than once that he would prefer to compromise on several points to let the country flourish.

Maryam is facing a new case?

Notably, Maryam is facing a case of illegal transfer of 180 acres of land in Raiwind. A piece of land measuring over 3,568 Kanals was bought by the Sharif family in 2013. The largest part of the property, 1,936 Kanals, was transferred in the name of Nawaz’s mother Shamim Bibi. The land that was transferred to Maryam was 1,440 Kanals. A 96-Kanal plot each was also transferred to Nawaz and Shahbaz.

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The sources claimed most of the land was government land which the Sharif family illegally got transferred in their name at cheap rates. Moreover, only the LDA had the authority to deal with such matters but the Sharif family involved local government officials. The property was declared as green land to stop construction around the Sharif family’s Jati Umra mansions.

Maryam has deep contacts with Arab royal family?

Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed, in his new book Lal Haveli Sey Awaam-e-Mutahidda Tak, has made some shocking revelations regarding politics in Pakistan. In the book, released recently, he has highlighted that Maryam Nawaz, daughter of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, had a big role in Nawaz’s departure to Saudi Arabia in 1999 after he signed a deal with former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf.

Maryam Nawaz has deep contacts, revealed Sheikh Rasheed, within the Saudi royal family. The book was launched on Saturday at a local hotel in Lahore, and the launch ceremony was attended by prominent politicians, journalists, and others. Sheikh Rasheed writes that Maryam Nawaz has established links with the royal family.

“She has friends in the royal family and can exercise influence,” he added. Sheikh Rasheed also pointed out that Shehbaz Sharif, younger brother of Nawaz, was reluctant to leave for Saudi Arabia. “Shehbaz Sharif did not want to leave for the Kingdom. However, he was persuaded and then forced to leave the country along with his elder brother,” he added.

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Despite the fact that Maryam Nawaz has deep contacts with the Arab royal family, and an urge to limit the role of Pakistani establishment in political affairs, she is likely to face a tough time in the coming days. Sources claim that in her own party there are several leaders who do not subscribe to Maryam’s vision, and planning to convey it formally to the party’s central committee. If it takes place—as has been anticipated by some minister— the former ruling party is likely to get into sub-groups, becoming a new MQM.


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