Maryam Nawaz, leader of Pakistan The Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party and the daughter of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif alleged on Thursday that the federal government (led by Imran Khan) had forced her to eat “rat tainted food” in prison. He was arrested in connection with a money laundering case last year and sent to Lakhpat Kot Prison in the Punjab capital. Previously, he also had conjecture that the prison authorities had installed cameras in his cell as well as in the bathroom.
‘Forced to take medicine infected with fungus’
Based on Geo News, Nawaz also revealed that the medicine given to him was “completely unfit for use”. PML-N’s vice president claimed that he was “forced to take a medicine infected with a fungus in prison,” according to a report by YEAR.
It further talks about how a woman is treated in her country Pakistan, The 47-year-old politician said, “I have been to jail twice and if I talk about how I, a woman, was treated in prison, they will not have the courage to show their faces,” refers to the current actions of the Pakistani government of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
Khan’s advisers denied the allegations
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s adviser on Accountability and Home Affairs, Attorney Mirza Shahzad Akbar denied Nawaz’s accusations. He said, “This woman’s food always comes [prepared] from home. “Akbar added,” So the rats belong to the family or they lie according to the ‘family tradition’. By the way, these mice seem quite ‘Sharif’ [innocent] that they left the food. “
“With the current state of the country, the government has to go … My analysis is that the situation is very bad and the current government can no longer function,” he said further raising concerns about the country’s future.
He added, “The gas crisis is imminent and the electricity bill is already worth Rs 100,000 or more… A voice from inside appeared when they were [the government] replace another. “
Who is Maryam Nawaz?
Maryam Nawaz is married to Muhammad Safdar, another leader of the PML-N party. His father Nawaz Sharif has been living in London since November 2019. He recently lost his grandmother Begum Shamim Akhtar, who died last week.
Nawaz started his political career in 2012 and was assigned to his father’s election campaign in 2013. That same year, he was appointed chairman of the prime minister’s youth program, however, a year later he had to quit the post after him. appointment was sued in court. He was also at the forefront of the national opposition movement to expel Prime Minister Imran Khan, who came power in controversial elections in 2018. On 8 August 2019, he was arrested at Chaudhry Sugar Mills and then, on 25 September, sent to prison on judicial detention by an accountability court in Lahore. He was released on bail by the Lahore High Court on November 4.
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