‘Corruption king’ pushed his children into politics to save himself: Firdous
ISLAMABAD, MAY 22 (DNA) – Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan on Wednesday said that it seemed that ‘corruption king’ had pushed his children into ‘furnace of politics’ to eventually save himself.
Reacting to Maryam Nawaz’s address to party workers in Bahawalpur on Wednesday, she said that these were the same characters which were Benamidar and stated one thing in courts and another in interviews.
The SAPM said these were the same characters who declared in Parliament that “these are the sources” of their properties but later refused to own the statement in a court of law, terming it a political statement.
“If these people had not emptied the national exchequer, the nation would not have remained poor,” she said and added these were the same characters, who despite their involvement in plunder, were showing stubbornness.
The special assistant went on to say that Prime Minister Imran Khan was the ultimate hope of nation and Maryam Nawaz was unduly criticizing him, in a bid to raise her stature.
She said it was unfortunate that Maryam Nawaz used the occasion of condolence to project her politics.
Firdous asked on what account, those who pushed the country into a quagmire, were holding the nine-month old government accountable. =DNA
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