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Maryam Nawaz responds to TikTok criticism

Further commenting on the issue, she said that since people have voted for her, it is their right to know what their CM is doing for them. 

CM Punjab Maryam Nawaz said that one should come out of their comfort zone and do something so that they can also have TikTok made on them.

She said this while responding to her critics of her extensive social media coverage. Nawaz said that during the inauguration of the 32 field hospitals in Lahore on Wednesday. The Chief Minister said that she is being criticized for her social media coverage.

Further commenting on the issue, she said that since people have voted for her, it is their right to know what their CM is doing for them.

She responded to the criticism, saying: “I also want these people to come out of their comfort zone […] come out of their air-conditioned rooms, and do some work, so you would appear on TikTok videos, and get eligible for media coverage too. You should also come out to serve masses but you have to leave your comfort zone.”

Maryam Nawaz said that people should know their CM is working for them 24/7. She asked that people should come out of their chilled AC rooms and work for the welfare of the people.

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Adding that, she is following in the footsteps of her father Mian Nawaz Sharif. At the end of the day, he enquired about her performance and added Nawaz to her speech.

Earlier, Chief Minister Punjab Maryam Nawaz attended the passing parade of female officers of the Punjab Police donning the uniform of Punjab Police.

Pictures of Maryam Nawaz attending and taking part in the parade in the Police uniform are circulating on social media. Netizens are giving mixed reviews on a new stunt pulled by Maryam Nawaz.

Her supporters and followers praised her for donning the Police uniform marking her support and encouragement for the female police officers. While opponents are calling it another publicity stunt.