LAHORE: Spokesman for Chief Minister Punjab Dr. Shahbaz Gill has said that it is the old game of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to do character assassination of political rivals adding that they are playing a new game while rejecting each other statements.
Dr. Shahbaz Gill took to Twitter and said that PML-N remained involved in character assassination of Benazir Bhutto and Jemima ex-wife of Imran Khan in the past.
The spokesman for Chief Minister Punjab Dr. Shahbaz Gill said that everyone knows when the PML-N could not able to tackle its political rivals it starts character assassination of its rivals and they are doing same tactics against the Chairman NAB.
Marriyum Aurangzeb, spokesperson of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Saturday denied the demand of Malik Ahmed Khan to remove Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
In a statement, she said that the official narrative of the party was presented by the president of PML-N Shahbaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
She said that it might be his personal assessment and has nothing to with the official version of the party.
Marriyum also told that a parliamentary committee of the party has been constituted to address such issue.
Earlier today, PML-N leader in a press conference demanded to remove the Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and announced to move to court into the matter.
PML-N leaders demanded to remove the chairman NAB for delivering an interview to a private newspaper.
Former spokesperson of the Punjab government said that Shahbaz never offered any amount to anyone and never announced to make Hamza a Chief Minister. He also revealed that a legal notice will be served to the Chairman NAB for making such remarks against the party leadership.
The PML-N leader also insisted that no action is being taken against the leaders of the ruling party and the Sharif family is being victimized.
He said that the government is using NAB as a tool for political revenge as they see it as the planning division of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) led federal government.