Son-in-law cannot hear mother-in-law case: Maryam
The leader of the PMLN claims that Imran’s game is over with the departure of senior party leaders On Friday, the Senior Vice President of the PMLN, Maryam Nawaz, stated that it is unacceptable for the son-in-law to hear the case against the mother-in-law.She was referring to the multiple audio leaks, including the one that allegedly involved the CJP’s mother-in-law, whose cases were to be handled by a panel chaired by a senior Supreme Court judge and two chief justices of high courts. She also mentioned that the CJP’s mother-in-law was allegedly involved in the leak.However, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court established a five-member bench to hear the cases, and he put a halt to the activities of the government-backed judicial panel. A conversation that was overheard by CJP’s mother-in-law is included in one of the audio leaks.
2.Chief Justice of Pakistan’s Supreme Court
In a post that she published on her social media account, Maryam voiced her deep concern on the Chief Justice of Pakistan’s Supreme Court hearing the case of his mother-in-law. This is unequivocally a situation with a conflict of interest. She emphasised that nobody can be a judge in his or her own case by saying that it is impossible for it to happen.Earlier in the day, while speaking at the PMLN youth convention that was held here on Friday, Maryam stated that Imran Khan’s “game is over” as a result of the departure of the top members of his party.Following the attacks on civilian and military institutions, including the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi and the Lahore Corps Commander’s House (also known as Jinnah House), the security forces began a crackdown on the PTI party,
3.occurred on May 9
Following the mayhem that occurred on May 9, more than 70 attorneys and officials inside the party have resigned from their positions within the PTI. “How can we expect the people to hold their ground when their leader is a jackal?” According to Geo News, she yelled out that people working for her were exposing that Imran Khan was the mastermind behind the May 9 [incidents]. According to the senior vice president of the PML-N, Imran was the mastermind behind the “terrorism” that occurred on May 9.She claimed that Imran had brought his wife, Bushra Bibi, to the court shrouded in sheets, but he did not present her.acted as vanguards alongside other women.When Imran and his wife appeared at the Lahore High Court on May 15 for the Al-Qadir Trust case, they were both shrouded in white sheets before entering the building.
4.Corps Commander’s House
” Maryam, in the midst of her criticism of the previous prime minister, stated, “This terrorist plan was made at the Zaman Park.She asserted that the attacks on May 9 had been organised in advance. She questioned, “Why didn’t the groups of people attack the shopping centre in front of the Corps Commander’s House?” while making the accusation that Khan, the “mastermind,” had ordered the demonstrators on where to attack. The vice president of the PML-N stated that the incident that occurred on May 9 was a “attack on the army.” He also stated that the former premier was being helped by his “facilitators.”Maryam further stated that “a conspiracy was [hatched] to remove Army Chief General Asim Munir as director general of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI)” and that the PTI’s Azadi March on March 25 was also organised to halt his nomination.
Maryam made these statements in a press conference. Additionally, the senior vice president of the PML-N stated that a politician does not fear going to prison, but a thief does. She accused Khan of doing “great cruelties” when he was in office and added that the PML-N “does not believe in political victimisation.” She further stated that Khan had committed these acts during his time in power. “By disbanding the assemblies, he [Khan] had the misguided notion that he could swing the balance of power in his favour. He believed that by attacking the military sites, he could swing the balance of power in his direction and win the battle.The events of May 9 have left a deep wound in my heart. Maryam proceeded by saying, “I dedicate this meeting to the martyrs and their families, including their children and widows