Did Maryam Nawaz write letter to US Ambassador seeking relief for Nawaz Sharif?

Did Maryam Nawaz write letter to US Ambassador seeking relief for Nawaz Sharif?
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LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader rejected a letter circulating with her name and signature on Sunday.

The fake letter shows Maraym Nawaz asking help from US diplomat Paul W Jones, requesting him to use his influence in order to get relief for the former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who has been suffering from heart disease, and currently in prison sentencing 7 years imprisonment in Al-Azizia reference. View image on Twitter link [image: View image on Twitter] link

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Attached is a fake letter circulating with my name & signatures. Some evil mind at work!

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In her tweet Maryam said “Attached is a fake letter circulating with my name & signatures. Some evil mind at work!”

The fake letter stated “In spite of my repeated personal requests to competent authorities, the medical board constituted for this purpose continues to report incorrect facts on, my father’s condition, perhaps at the behest of certain power lobbies.

This has resulted in the courts being misled and preventing ordering necessary steps to be taken to ensure the life of the former prime minister.”

“The gravity of the situation compels me to appeal to you to use your good offices for intervention in this matter, in the interest of justice and human rights. Pakistan has always been a great ally of US and this alliance was greatly cherished and strengthened during all of my father’s pats tenures.

It is as a friend of the US that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seeks support of the people of the United States of America so that this unfortunate inhumanity can be strongly countered,” the letter added.

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