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‘That is just the start’: Maryam takes swipe at PM after his row with Khattak

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz took a swipe at Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday after reviews about his verbal altercation with defence minister Pervez Khattak surfaced on the media.

Taking to Twitter and calling Imran Khan a “liar, conspiratorial and merciless individual,” Maryam stated that the therapy of some PTI members in direction of the premier is “a results of his actions.”

She additional criticised the PM and stated that “getting your fingers soiled for a couple of days of premiership is an utter loss”.

Referring to the occasions that unfolded in the course of the PTI’s parliamentary assembly earlier right now, the PML-N vice-president wrote that “that is just the start” for the [prime minister].

In the course of the parliamentary assembly, the previous chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak had instructed the PM that “we made you the premier by means of our votes”.

Based on reviews, the state of affairs turned bitter as PM Imran Khan’s most-supporting colleagues Khattak and Noor Alam, together with different members, confirmed critical reservations about inflation, the mini-budget, and the State Financial institution of Pakistan’s (SBP) invoice.

Sources additional stated that Khattak criticised PM Imran Khan, saying, “gasoline is banned in KP regardless of the province being the producer of gasoline and electrical energy. But, it’s dealing with difficulties.”

“Now we have voted so that you can turn into the prime minister, but when your behaviour stays the identical, then we won’t vote for you the following time,” Khattak warned.

Sources additional revealed that after listening to Khattak’s remarks, the premier tried leaving the assembly saying, “In case you are not happy with me then, I’ll hand this authorities to someone else.”