Maryam Nawaz Alleges Conspiracy Against Nawaz Sharif, Highlights Historic Reception on October 21

Maryam Nawaz, Chief Organizer and Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), has claimed that the person detained in Adiala Jail was a victim of a conspiracy against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Speaking at a youth convention in Jhalalpur Jattan, Maryam Nawaz asserted that Nawaz Sharif had never been to court to answer corruption charges despite consistent allegations during political rallies.

Referring to the historic reception on October 21, Maryam Nawaz extended congratulations and applause to the party workers. She reminisced about the grandeur of the occasion, emphasizing that streets were overcrowded, and even motorways were blocked, reflecting the immense support for Nawaz Sharif.

Maryam Nawaz expressed that October 21 was a day when the entire country came out to welcome Nawaz Sharif. On that day, transportation services were disrupted across Pakistan, with people gathering around trains and railway tracks, creating a massive turnout.

Recalling the emotional moment of Nawaz Sharif’s return to the public stage, Maryam Nawaz said that tears of joy welled up in her eyes when he appeared at the rally. She stated that it was a moment of pride for her to witness the love and support pouring in for Nawaz Sharif.

Maryam Nawaz praised Nawaz Sharif for enduring a challenging political journey, spending two and a half years in jail. She highlighted his honesty and commitment to facing the consequences of his actions, emphasizing that he was serving the punishment for his own deeds.

Discussing Nawaz Sharif’s political resilience, she mentioned that despite being labeled as a finished politician, he returned to the political scene. She asserted that Nawaz Sharif’s political career was far from over, and the public had rallied around him because they believed in his leadership.

Responding to criticisms and allegations against Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz defended him, stating that he had undertaken numerous developmental projects that benefited the nation. She challenged those who accused him of corruption to present evidence and questioned the authenticity of the Panama Papers scandal.

Maryam Nawaz further emphasized the need for accountability, stating that it should be a two-way process. She criticized those who had fabricated false cases against Nawaz Sharif and remarked that he was paying the price for his actions.

Maryam Nawaz expressed confidence in the success of the Jhelum Project and assured that PML-N, including Jhelum and the entire country, would emerge victorious in the upcoming elections.