Maryam Nawaz, the Senior Vice President and chief organizer of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), is set to unveil the identities of Imran Khan’s local and international handlers next week. The PML-N has prepared a strategy to expose the false narrative of the former prime minister Imran Khan, who has been accused of enjoying support from within and outside the country.
According to sources, the PML-N plans to raise awareness among the people about the facts at organizational conventions and gatherings. The party aims to educate the public about the way Khan was facilitated to form a government in the past and the alleged support he is receiving from the judiciary to gain power once again.
Maryam Nawaz has previously accused Khan of being supported by the judiciary and called for honest judges to treat all political leaders without discrimination. She has also alleged that the ruling party facilitated Khan’s rise to power by making MPs switch loyalties and selectively disqualifying those who did not support him.
At a PML-N workers’ convention in Rawalpindi, Maryam mocked Khan for not appearing before the courts and delaying hearings in cases against him. She criticized the judiciary for being lenient towards the deposed prime minister and questioned its expediting of cases against Nawaz Sharif.
Maryam has alleged that Khan’s facilitators still want to save him, despite his sinking the country’s fate. She has called on them to prioritize the nation’s interests rather than their own jobs.
The PML-N’s strategy to expose Khan’s false narrative is likely to intensify the ongoing political rivalry in Pakistan. The public awareness campaign and Maryam’s unveiling of Khan’s handlers are expected to trigger a response from the ruling party, which may further fuel political tensions in the country.
In conclusion, Maryam Nawaz’s plan to unmask Imran Khan’s handlers is part of a larger strategy to expose his alleged support from within and outside the country. The PML-N aims to raise public awareness about the way Khan was facilitated to form a government and is being supported by the judiciary. This move is expected to trigger a response from the ruling party and further intensify political tensions in Pakistan.