Imran sold national
interests for 5-carat
diamond rings for
wife; says Marriyum


ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb Monday said that PTI chairman Imran Khan sold the national interests for the sake of five-carat diamond rings for his wife, referring to the alleged leaked audio of property tycoon with his daughter in which both were talking about some diamond ring in exchange for getting some benefits.

The information minister said that Imran Khan was busy in his era to make money in the nexus of Farah Gogi and former first lady Bushra bibi.

Defending the advertisement to newspapers, Marriyum Aurangzeb said, I have the prerogative to give the advertisements to the media on the completion of the 75 years of diplomacy as it was an important milestone.

Federal Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb

She said that PML-N has been clearing the mess of PTI and on the directions of PM Shehbaz Sharif the incumbent government is also paying the backlog of Rs3.28 billion due to the media industry pending since the PTI era.      

The PMLN only give advertisements on the completion of Pak-Turkey relationships. But the PTI went to the court against these advertisements and from there as well they returned empty handed and gave the impression that they are against the Pak-Turk ties; she added.

She alleged that Imran Khan looted the Tosha Khana and used the PMO for his personal use. The information minister claimed that Imran Khan made the rich country poor and unemployed where foreign investors did not come in his four years of government.

BJP leaders’ issue

Condemning the blasphemous statements of Indian ruling BJP leaders, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said this was another manifestation of its extremist and seditionist mindset.

In a statement, the minister said that Bhartia Janta Party leaders have proved themselves as abject and mean by showing disrespect for Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW).

No virtuous person who studied the pure character of the Holy Prophet (SAW), a mercy for all human beings in the world, can live without respecting him.

The international community should take cognizance of the attitude and actions of the Indian government against the global movement for interfaith harmony and respect for holy persons, she maintained.

Marriyum Aurangzeb said India was guilty of violating the fundamental rights, religious freedoms and basic human rights of minorities, especially Muslims, and it should be brought to book.

Every Muslim considered the honour and sanctity of Holy Prophet (SAW) more dear than his own life and was ready to die for this purpose, she remarked.