On Tuesday, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz addressed a press conference in Model Town, Lahore.
The dismissal of the contempt case against the “devil” PTI Chairman Imran Khan by the Islamabad High Court, according to PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz, has “emboldened” him, she stated on Tuesday.
The PML-N vice president spoke extensively about her legal fights, Khan’s vendetta against her family, the court’s decision to release him, and other crucial political issues in a news conference after regaining her passport after three years had passed as per the Lahore High Court’s instructions.
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Maryam warned the judiciary not to show mercy to someone like Khan who believes in “satan” and whose whole purpose in life is to accuse others and start smear campaigns.
“He’s been doing this for years. And when he commits [an unlawful conduct] and realises that repercussions will follow, he apologises,” Maryam mentioned Khan, who just avoided being prosecuted with judicial contempt.
The PML-N leader said Khan went to Additional District and Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry’s chambers to apologise since he was aware that failing to do so may result in his disqualification.
“Zeba was questioned about whether or not she wanted to forgive him. Do the courts understand the type of precedent they are creating? Any woman can now be threatened and abused in jalsas,” she spoke.
The contempt proceedings against PML-N leaders Talal Chaudhry, Daniyal Aziz, and Nehal Hashmi should also be resolved, according to Maryam, because Khan has been pardoned.
“Khan, the devil you have pardoned, will carry out this action once again. He has gained confidence since he understands that he can now ask for forgiveness regardless of what he does,” she spoke.
Maryam stated she is “at a loss of words” in response to Khan’s recent remark in which he addressed “misplacing” the US cypher supposedly connected to his downfall.
“This wasn’t the record of the money you stole in the foreign financing case or the record of the diamond ring you misplaced. It belonged to Pakistan,” she spoke.
No cypher has been lost since Pakistan’s founding, according to Maryam. The PML-N leader said, “Changing the meeting minutes was a more heinous act than losing the cypher.”
The PML-N vice president said, “There was no mention of a conspiracy, and then you constructed a conspiracy [by falsifying the meeting minutes]”.
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According to Maryam, following Khan’s act, the international community has reportedly refused to deliver cyphers to Pakistan out of concern that they would be used in a conspiracy, as reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The PML-N leader criticised Khan for calling a special session of parliament based on “forged” meeting minutes.
Maryam responded to a query by saying that Nawaz would make the decision about his return to Pakistan. In addition, the PML-N leader declared that she had obtained a passport and will soon travel to meet her father in London, whom she hasn’t seen in person in the last three years.
In response to Ishaq Dar, Pakistan’s finance minister, returning home, the PML-N leader said that the PTI is not pleased with his return since he would now “fix” the country’s economy.
“Dar’s return was a kick in the face to them. Dar has steered the nation out of a number of economic catastrophes,” the speaker claimed.
The PML-N leader began the news conference by thanking everyone for supporting her in the proceedings brought against her, especially the media and her legal staff. The PML-N leader remarked, “I am pleased today to have obtained my passport, but I would like to enquire as to why I was denied of my fundamental right for three years.”
When Imran Khan was in charge, Maryam claimed that her passport had been seized because he was concerned that her jalsas might bring about his overthrow.
Maryam said that under the guise of an inquiry, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) detained her when she was visiting her father in prison.
Since there was no room for detaining women at NAB, they evacuated their daycare centre and detained me there, she said.
They detained me for 57 days, Maryam said, adding that during the investigation, the detectives would quiz her on topics irrelevant to the matter, such as what Paulo Coelho book she was reading and who decides the family’s meals.
Panama Papers case, which sparked issues and legal disputes and ultimately resulted in her father’s resignation as prime minister, Maryam emphasised that she was not given a jail term.