Pakistan’s social media is mocking PML-N leader, Maryam Nawaz, for jeering Prime Minister Imran Khan in her speech at Garhi Khuda Baksh in Larkana Sindh. Maryam had attended a Pakistan Democratic Alliance political rally in the southern province of Sindh on the occasion of the 13th death anniversary of PPP former chairman, Benazir Bhutto.
A Twitter user posted a small part of her speech in which she was blasting PM Imran Khan. She said that PM Khan has weak nerves as he is always hoping for a breakdown in the joint alliance of opposition parties. However, her hilarious expressions in the speech cracked up social media users.
What is wrong with this woman?? 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/GR46KXDLdS
— Saith Abdullah (@SaithAbdullah99) December 27, 2020
Twitter users not only laughed but also questioned her mental health. Some said that Maryam Nawaz suffered severe mental depression as she could not become Prime Minister of Pakistan and lost the elections to Imran Khan.
Others likened her to Reham Khan, the former second wife of Imran Khan. Reham Khan also resorted to vile speech against Khan after the dissolution of their marriage. She slandered Khan and his close associates in a social media vitriol.
Another reham in making for sure…i remember reham's first speech at a rally that too in all male crowd in kp…and i knew it was horrible for pti…
— bera gharq (@frc020) December 27, 2020
The advocates of Khan, however, said that Khan is one of the most hardworking and dedicated leaders and politicians of Pakistan who rose to the premiership after a struggle of 22 years.
Some of the Twitter users called her a stand-up comedian and others likened her to Altaf Hussain, the present leader of MQM-London. Twitter users opined that since her family has abandoned her, she is left with the option to hit the streets and stage protests against the government for her survival.
Maryam Nawaz has been intensifying her speeches with every passing day, in a bid to pressurize the sitting government to resign. However, her diatribe exposes her growing agitation and frustration against the current government.