ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz told Imran Khan to stop trying to be Nawaz Sharif.
Speaking to the media outside the Islamabad High Court, Maryam said the premier should not create a glitch in the Matrix.
“Imran Khan should not even attempt to be Nawaz Sharif of the late 2010s or the early 2020s, or even the late 1990s. He should stick to being the Nawaz Sharif of the 1980s,” the PML-N vice president told the media.
Maryam further added that recent events show that Imran Khan is undergoing the ‘first term syndrome’ and hence should follow ‘the process’.
“This is the first stumbling block in the process. Right now his role in the process is to be overpowered. He’ll need to be ousted before he can be any of the latest versions of Nawaz Sharif,” she maintained.
When asked what her position would be with regards to Imran Khan’s efforts to become some version of Nawaz Sharif.
“The process demands that Nawaz Sharif, and hence I, should oppose whatever the prime minister of the time is doing, if that prime minister is not Nawaz Sharif.”