Staff Reporter Islamabad
Speaking to reporters outside the IHC on Tuesday, Maryam Nawaz said NAB had “no proof” to give to the court in the Avenfield reference.
The bureau had previously been filing applications for daily hearings but was now filing application for adjournment, she said.
Commenting on the results of the KP polls, Maryam said “a respectable person would have said goodbye” and left office.
In the future, there would be no people willing to contest elections on PTI tickets as it would come to be seen as a symbol of “disgrace”, she added.
She advised those who would contest on PTI tickets “to go [asking for votes] with helmets” because the people were angry at the ruling party’s performance due to the way they were “crushed by inflation, historic incompetence and failure” and how the 5.8 per cent economic growth rate achieved during the PML-N government’s tenure was “driven into the ground”.