Marriyum defends state institutions

Marriyum defends state institutions


Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Monday said national institutions were guardians of the national security and defence, and not “personal guards” of former prime minister Imran Khan who had termed them “watchmen”.

The state institutions were not there to help Imran Khan to come back to power

though his entire politics was based on “crutches” and he was again trying to get back the same but to no avail, she said while addressing a presser.

The minister alleged that Imran desired the institutions “to violate their constitutional oath and become part of his game”.

The nation, however, would never forgive “the foreign agent, conspirator and liar”, who, she claimed, had played with the national security and violated the Constitution.

“There is a need to make an example out of Imran Khan so that in future no one could play with the national interests and the Constitution,” she added

The unprecedented floods had caused catastrophic losses and it seemed difficult to

cope with the ravage, but the prime minister, the armed forces, provincial governments, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and

the civil society were making concerted efforts to provide relief to the flood victims, she added. Besides, she said, friendly countries had also supported Pakistan in its hour of need for which

“we are grateful to the.

Marriyum said at the time when PM Shehbaz was busy in flood relief activities,

audio leaks of another person who remained the country’s chief executive for nearly four years, were surfacing

“Imran Khan, however, staged the drama of conspiracy on March 27 when he realized that the no-confidence motion against him would succeed as his allies had decided to part their ways with him.”

She alleged that a “thief, corrupt and incompetent” Imran Khan

had destroyed the country’s economy, made a deal on Kashmir, and created chaos and anarchy in the country.

The minister said as per the leaked audios, Imran Khan had decided to “

play with the cypher”, but was not ready to mention the name of the conspiring country.

It was agreed to hold a meeting on the cypher, with minutes containing the word “conspiracy”, but the audios had exposed his drama, she add September

Taking a jibe at Imran Khan, she said those who had been struggling for “real freedom”

were saying in the audio leak that they would not dare to mention the name of the country, which they would blame for the so-called conspiracy.

“Imran Khan repeatedly said in the audio leak that the name of America should not come out of our mouths,”, the minister said.

The minister claimed that Imran Khan knew that he was playing with the country’s interests,

national security and the Constitution by doing politics over the cypher.

“Imran Khan misled the nation, and played with the national security and interests,” she added.

He said Imran Khan had befooled the people, tried to spread anarchy in the country, dissolved the National Assembly and violated the Constitution

for his own interests, but he was not even ashamed that he played with the country for the sake of his political gains and thirst

She said Imran Khan had not denied his two audio leaks which seemed to be confession

She said the sub-committee had decided that the matter falls under the purview of a criminal investigation. “This matter will be brought to a logical conclusion by conducting a thorough investigation,” she maintained.

She said that Imran Khan’s recent audio leaks were of the time when he was in the prime minister’s chair. Imran should have known that such games leave a bad impact on foreign relations and national security matters.

Pakistan was facing the consequences of his antics, the minister regrette

She said that Imran Khan had made a mockery of the country, befooled the people,

Marriyum said

She said that Imran Khan threatened the institutions every day, shouted at judges and then apologized. She said that Imran Khan was a loser and a liar. APP

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