Maryam Nawaz questions ‘change’ in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
PESHAWAR: Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz on Sunday said the people in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) are awaiting grass-root level of ‘change’ which was promised to them by the PTI-led provincial government.
Addressing a public rally in PTI’s home turf of Peshawar city, Maryam questioned Imran Khan’s tall claims of developing the province.
“Had Imran Khan served the masses, the chairs would have been vacant [in the public meeting],” she said while referring to Lahore’s mega protest last month.
She said the people of KP elected the PTI chairman in General Elections 2013 but Imran Khan remained indulged in politics of agitation rather serving the masses in last over four years.
“Where are the educational reforms, [well equipped] hospitals and 350 Dams?” she asked.
Enumerating number of unresolved cases, she said the families of victims are awaiting justice. “We will not blame KP police as they are our brothers, it is you [Imran Khan] who is incompetent,” she thundered.
Maryam said the people of Peshawar have taken notice of the violation of dismissing an elected leader after turning up at the event.
Moreover, she said PML-N will roar in the next General Elections and asked the participants to promise that they will take revenge of an insult to their votes.