No evidence of corruption found against Nawaz: Marriyum Aurangzeb


ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb on Thursday said that no evidence of any corruption has been found against Nawaz Sharif who thrice remained the elected prime minister.

She said this while speaking at a convention of social media workers of Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N) in Rawalpindi.

She said that similarly, nothing would come out from the reference after reference being filed against him while saying that Maryam Nawaz is standing with her father in that fight and similarly the people of Pakistan were also with him.

The minister claimed that there is zero load-shedding in the country at the moment except where it is being stolen or the bills were not being paid. The minister pointed out that when PML-N assumed power, the country was steeped in darkness and power cuts of up to eighteen hours per day were in vogue. She said that no party in the history of the country had winched the country out of darkness in such a short span of time.

She said that Imran Khan who claimed to be flag-bearer of global democracy did not even turn up to vote for his own party candidates in the Senate elections. Referring to Imran’s allegations that Shahbaz Sharif had not established even a single hospital in the province, the minister said that only in Rawalpindi a state of the art Institute of Cardiology had been established and Eurology and Gynaecology hospitals are near to completion.