SC should stay away from current political tussle: Maryam Nawaz

The PML-N leader says the ‘Fitna’ Khan wants to accomplish his plan of chaos by taking cover of the apex court.

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PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz urged the Supreme Court (SC) to stay away from the current political tussle to avoid deepening the impression of having a bias in the current situation.

In a series of tweets on Friday, Maryam Nawaz said the ‘Fitna’ Khan (ex-PM Imran Khan) was abusing the Supreme Court a few days ago and now wants to take over the apex court to accomplish his plan of chaos in the country.

She warned, “The SC would have to be cautious and stay away from this political battle; otherwise, the impression of [its] partiality would strengthen, which would be harmful to the judiciary as an institution.”

Earlier, she said the SC’s decision to allow Imran Khan to enter Islamabad was responsible for riots in the federal capital on Thursday.

Maryam Nawaz said Imran Khan’s mental condition was pathetic, adding that he could not even assemble 20,000 workers against claims of two million people. She said the masses have rejected him.

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She said a revolution running away on seeing police should drown itself to death [in shame], reiterating that only 10,000 spectators participated in the march.

 The PML-N Vice-President said, ‘the embarrassed cat has a pole to scratch,’ but this ‘semi-insane person’ lacked even this facility. She advised Khan, “It is better to keep oneself away from the media in such a mental condition.”

Commenting on PTI chairman and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan’s visit to the family of a deceased party worker, Maryam Nawaz remarked that Khan should visit the families of the law-enforcers who died at the hands of his “rioting workers” and “armed gangs”, and seek forgiveness while confessing his ‘sin.’

Chiding Imran Khan for failing to speak the word Hudaibiya and read Darood correctly, she advised him to refrain from the ‘Islamic touch.’