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Imran is Playing Politics Over Dead People: Federal Minister

Pakistan’s Federal Minister accuses Imran Khan of creating unrest to destabilize the country

The Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Marriyum Aurangzeb, has accused Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan of attempting to destabilize the country by creating unrest in order to achieve his political objectives.

During a press conference in Model Town, Aurangzeb claimed Imran used the dead bodies for political purposes, stating that he had nothing to do with the country’s economic development.

Imran had a history of avoiding court appearances and frequently disparaged the legal system and the judiciary, according to Marriyum. She contrasted this by stating that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) leaders, including the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, have always respected the courts and have appeared before them in cases brought against them.

The minister insisted that the PMLN never participated in politics that involved exploiting its members and supporters. She charged Imran with using all available means to oppress his political rivals while in office, especially the PML N leadership.

According to Marriyum, the Punjab police have solved the murder case of PTI worker Zille Shah on the basis of video footage and other evidence. She accused Imran of being the only beneficiary of Shah’s death and of trying to blame the government for it.

The minister claimed that Shah’s father was under pressure from the PTI leadership to place the blame for his son’s passing on the government. If Imran was so worried about Shah’s passing, she questioned why he had not come forward to voice his complaints.

Marriyum emphasised that, despite the difficult circumstances brought on by the IMF programme, the federal government had announced the largest-ever Ramzan package to aid the nation’s citizens. She commended Nawaz Sharif’s administration for finishing the IMF programme while he was prime minister.

In addition, the minister charged Imran with conspiring against his government in a no-confidence vote over the cypher and an alleged friendly nation. She asserted that the PTI’s unfounded accusations had harmed Pakistan’s relations with other nations.

Marriyum claimed that during its marches and rallies, the PTI attacked PTV and other national institutions. She alleged that during the Senate elections, PTI employees engaged in horse trading.

The minister responded to a query by asserting that the PTI had tried to obstruct discussions with the IMF. She cited a phone call between the former chief minister of KP, the finance minister, and the finance minister of Punjab, during which they allegedly discussed writing a letter to the IMF to block the deal with the government.

Marriyum criticised the PTI for putting restrictions on the media while it was in power and for singling out journalists to have their opinions silenced. She claimed that during their marches and rallies, PTI members and supporters attacked police officers.

The minister concluded by making the sarcastic remark that Imran had been avoiding court appearances under the pretext of his health condition even though he was medically fit to lead rallies and marches meant to cause unrest in the nation. No one was above the law, she emphasised, and Imran would have to appear in court for matters involving money laundering, foreign funding, and other things.

Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, and Hamza Shehbaz were praised by Marriyum for coming forward to be held accountable and showing up in court in fabricated cases. Nothing had been proven against them.

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