A new audio clip allegedly of PMLN leader Maryam Nawaz has been leaked online. Maryam Nawaz is heard talking about managing and controlling media channels.
She claimed to be controlling two media organizations- Dunya News and Geo News. According to her, these channels have been doing intense negative reporting against the current government. However, it is not clear if she asked the media channels to slam the government on the poor and dismal performances in the local body elections in KPK. She, however, claims that it is upon her orders that these channels are targeting the government.
This is another leaked audio clip in which Maryam Nawaz is allegedly heard controlling and manipulating media channels. Previously, Maryam Nawaz in her leaked audio can be heard saying that she talked to Mir Shakeel ur Rehman (Head of Jang Group) and told him that they (Geo) should not show facts of two sides, instead, they should blame PM Imran Khan for his lies. In her audio, she also said that she talked to Mian Amer (CEO of Dunya) and requested the same.
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Maryam Nawaz in her audiotape was saying, “You are showing facts from both sides, to which I told Mir Shakeel that you should show it. Imran Khan lied without confirmation. Imran Khan not only repeated this lie but also made up ten things,” She also that she repeated the same to Mian Amir who assured her, “Now see what I do with him.”
Read more: New leaked audio: Maryam Nawaz manipulating media
Maryam Nawaz admitted to running the media cell, during PML-N’s tenure, a feat she denied earlier. Her confession came during a press briefing on the ongoing issue of Saqib Nisar’s leaked audio clip, Wednesday.
Important to note, earlier, an audiotape of Maryam Nawaz leaked where she is deciding which TV channel would get government advertisement when she was heading PML-N’s media cell. In the audio clip, Maryam Nawaz said that 92 News, ARY News, Channel 24 News, and SAMAA News will not receive ads.