LAHORE - Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz’s (PMLN) leader Maryam Nawaz while addressing a rally in Jaranwala extended her verbal onslaught against judiciary and implored the rally’s attendees to rise up against the injustices in Pakistan. “Do you want such a Pakistan where punishment is given even before hearing of cases”, Maryam asked attendants while stating at the same time, “Nawaz Sharif has given accountability of three generations”.
Keeping verbal onslaught up, she asked people whether they want such a Pakistan where punishment is given on contempt of court but no penalty is subjected on those who are found guilty of contempt of vote.
Maryam urged people to topple over the plotters while stressing on uniting in judiciary-restoration movement.
She extolled Jaranwala and Faisalabad for always remaining loyal to Nawaz Sharif and strengthening PMLN. Maryam said Jaranwala has gifted Talal-like lion to party.
“Do you accept a Pakistan where the public’s vote has the lowest worth,” questioned Maryam.
“Are you willing to accept a Pakistan in which an elected prime minister attends court summons, along with his daughter, but dictators such as Musharraf pay no heed to the court,” she said.
Jibing at political opponent Imran Khan, she asked the attendees if they were willing to accept a Pakistan where the judiciary was biased toward a ‘ladlaa’ (favourite).
“After God, the public’s court holds the most power,” she said, stressing that the public should support her unjustly ousted father in his journey for justice.
Maryam urged Jaranwala’s public to rise and punish the ‘conspiring pawns.’
“We will continue to fight the battle for the right of people,” she said.
The preparations for the rally were completed earlier in the day. completed. A 120×10 feet stage was set up with PML-N banners and posters placed at different locations.
Party workers and supporters gathered at the rally site amid strict security measures taken by local law enforcement.
Maryam also shared a video of their drive to Jaranwala, with supporters crowding on roads to welcome them.
She wrote: “Both sides of the road to Jaranwala crowded with people out on the streets to welcome MNS. Amazing spectacle Masha’Allah.”