'Progeny of RTS' becomes hostile towards country: Marriyum.

ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Tuesday said the May 9 arson and vandalism unequivocally demonstrated the growing hostility of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan's against the country.

'Imran Khan victimized political opponents, became hostile towards media and above all turned against the country which is an unforgiveable crime,' the minister said in a series of tweets which also included pictorial depiction of unprecedented political vendetta carried out by the PTI chief against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leadership during his government's tenure.

Through the pictures shared by her on her Twitter handle, she drew a comparison between the PML-N leadership which was penalized unjustly and stood firm in face of Imran Khan's adversity and the 'thieves' (PTI leadership) who were quitting the PTI in droves.

'Imran Khan made every false case against us but we along with Quaid Nawaz Sharif stood firm and stand vindicated,' she said, adding the PML-N leadership as well as the people knew that they did not commit corruption of a single dime.

During those challenging times, she said, the PML-N leadership exhibited remarkable courage, standing resolutely in their duty to serve the nation. Their unwavering commitment to the welfare of the people was an obligation which they embraced with utmost dedication.

'These pictures are unforgettable examples of bravery and loyalty of the PML-N leadership,' she said, adding there were living proofs of 'fascism, the worst political revenge and oppression' of Imran Khan's government tenure.

Marriyum said the PML-N leadership presented the money trail of their four generations and stood vindicated. On the other hand, Imran Khan and his aides were not only crying but also running away and 'hiding like jackals' to avoid their arrests.

She said the PTI leaders left the PTI as they realized that Imran Khan was a 'thief of Toshakhana, liar, foreign agent and a robber of Rs 60 billion in the Al-Qadir Trust case".

The minister asked Imran Khan to refrain from comparing the PML-N with the PTI, which had waged a war against the country.

By blackmailing the former NAB chairman and abducting Tayyaba Gul, Imran Khan lodged multiple fake cases against his political opponents, she said while citing a drug case against Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah as an example.


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