Marriyum questions why Crown Prince was feasted at a ‘university’

PML-N spokesperson says PM drove Nahyan around to ‘please him for own interests’

Our Correspondent January 07, 2019
Prime Minister Imran Khan and Abu Dhabi crown prince. SCREENGRAB

LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb has said Prime Minister Imran Khan ‘chauffeured’ the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan during his visit to please him as he owns secret businesses in the UAE and Aleema Khan is their Benami custodian.

Talking to media outside the Islamabad High Court, Marriyum pointed out the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s second U-turn on turning the PM House into a university and inquired as to why the PM took a dignitary to a university for an official feast.

“If PM Imran was so keen on taking the crown prince to lunch in a University then the Quiad-e-Azam University is a much better university in the city,” she said.

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The former information minister also said the government has no economic projects that can generate money for the country or the lender, which is why they are taking this money and piling it onto the people of Pakistan as pure debt with no pay-back mechanism.

“PM Imran is at best a conjurer with no principle stance who performs to suit different audiences,” she said adding when animal conservation suits his interests he becomes a wildlife saviour and when he wants to please someone he opens hunting of endangered species.

Aurangzeb also said the entire notification fiasco of Farrukh Saleem was a distraction; the real questions raised by the government’s economic spokesperson have still not been answered by the premier.

The PML-N leader further said comments passed by the Supreme Court regarding Buzdar's Punjab government are a testament of the fact his government has no capacity or capability to run the country.

Answering a question regarding Nawaz Sharif, she said the former prime minister bravely fought his cases and no corruption charge could be proven against him. “He shall soon be vindicated from the remaining false accusations as well,” she concluded.


Quresh | 2 years ago | Reply What is wrong with you Marriyum !!!!!!!! He is doing for your country.
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