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PML N leader Maryam Nawaz speaking after police and her supporters clash in Lahore: Photo taken from social media

Maryam: Stopping Qazi Isa to not hear cases related to PM bad for ‘credibility of judiciary’

News Desk :

Central Vice President, Pakistan Mulsim League (N), Maryam Nawaz on Saturday said that stopping justice Qazi Faez Isa from hearing cases related to the Prime Minister bad for the ‘credibility of the judiciary’.

“The system is at risk to protect one incompetent person”, she said. This attempt has also put the credibility of the judiciary at stake, Maryam Nawaz stated. Talking to reporters, Maryam said the development was completely different than the treatment meted out to her father, PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif.

“People can see the faces, the decisions, and the differences between the remarks,” she said.

“I understand that there have been historic attempts to break [the] PML-N […] the state and all institutions have been thrust against a party but […] the PML-N did not break apart,” Maryam said, adding that the reason behind this was the PML-N becoming an “ideological party”.

“Every coming day is proving that Mian [Nawaz Sharif] Sahab’s vision was right.”

Responding to another question, Maryam said Major General Babar Iftikhar, the director-general of the Pakistan Army’s media wing, was “very respectable for me, and he is a good man”. “However, when you say such things then they will become a subject of mockery among the nation.”

Maryam: Stopping Qazi Isa to not hear cases related to PM bad for ‘credibility of judiciary’

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