A video of PMLN Vice President, Maryam Nawaz, asking the security personnel to push away a female party worker who was trying to walk alongside her is making the rounds on social media.
The video showed her walking in the security circle created by police for her. A PMLN worker joined her and was seen walking beside her. Maryam Nawaz asked the police personnel to move her to the side and out of the security circle. The video is making rounds on social media.
She is being slammed for arrogant and rude behavior and shoving off her party worker. According to the netizens, Maryam Nawaz disrespected her party workers out of rudeness and arrogance.
PTI government officials shared the video online and questioned her behavior. “This is the honor of Noon League workers in the eyes of Maryam Safdar,” said Azhar Mashwani, the Punjab government official.
نون لیگی ورکرز کی یہ عزت ہے مریم صفدر کی نظر میں
— Azhar Mashwani (@MashwaniAzhar) February 17, 2022
Meanwhile, Shahbaz Gill said that the video shows the hatred of Maryam Nawaz for the people of Pakistan. Others slammed the PMLN workers for accepting the rude behavior of Maryam Nawaz and not objecting to being treated like slaves.
PTI’s accusations against Maryam Nawaz
Earlier, PTI had accused PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz of running social media trends against Prime Minister Imran Khan. The accusation comes amid the recent arrest of Sabir Mahmood Hashmi, a PML-N activist, for vilifying the First Lady.
To clarify, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested Sabir Hashmi, accused of running indecent trends against Prime Minister Imran Khan on social media. As a result, his arrest sparked outrage from Maryam Nawaz who took to Twitter to castigate PM Khan.
In a tweet, Maryam Nawaz said, “Sabir Mehmood’s abduction is proof of the government’s bafflement”. She also questioned whether PM Khan is a “sacred cow” no one can criticize.
Reacting to Maryam Nawaz’s fury at the arrest of Hashmi, PTI’s official Twitter account claimed that Maryam Nawaz is behind the malicious media campaigns.