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Maryam Nawaz calls Nawaz Sharif a ‘comeback kid’

Netizens are mocking Maryam Nawaz for calling Nawaz Sharif a ‘comeback kid’. Some compared it to the Canadian band with almost a similar name. Others wanted to know who is running her Twitter account.

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PMLN leader Maryam Nawaz garners mockery on social media after she called her father, Nawaz Sharif, a ‘comeback kid’ in her latest tweet.

In the latest, Maryam Nawaz shared the picture of Nawaz Sharif with the captions implying that Nawaz Sharif will come back and will give a defiant response to his opponents and critics. “I’m like a comeback kid …. You can’t keep me down for long …..,” wrote Maryam Nawaz in a tweet.

A score of netizens is mocking Maryam Nawaz for calling Nawaz Sharif a ‘comeback kid’. Some compared it to the Canadian band with almost a similar name. Others wanted to know who is running her Twitter account.

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A user reminded her that she is a national political leader and hence both father-duo should behave like that and talk on the core issues of Pakistan.

Earlier, she shared a picture of the Saraiki verses written at the back of the truck. The verses translate to “Come back oh beloved. You are needed.”

 

She also shared another picture of the message behind the rickshaw which meant, “Nawaz Sharif, we want the old Pakistan back.”

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Moreover, she has been talking about the return of Nawaz Sharif for quite some time. Nawaz Sharif was in jail and had gone to London on the request of treatment for multiple life-threatening illnesses.

Earlier, this month, amid the fiasco of leaked audiotapes, PMLN leader Maryam Nawaz asked netizens to caption her picture. On Thursday, Maryam Nawaz posted the picture of her with her two close party associates, Uzma Bukhari and Mariam Aurangzeb from her press conference.

Maryam Nawaz had conducted the press conference following the leak of her recent audiotape in which she was in conversation with the party’s senior leader, Pervez Rasheed. The PMLN leaders were heard abusing senior journalists for criticizing them. In her press conference, she accepted those audiotapes but had refused to apologize. She argued that it was illegal to record her conversations. Instead, she said people should apologize to her for recording her conversations