No comparability of Pakistan with Riyasat e Madinah: Maryam Nawaz

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz. — AFP/File
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz. — AFP/File

LAHORE: Reacting to   Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi’s speeches on the event of 12 Rabi ul Awal on Tuesday, PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz Tuesday mentioned that there’s “no comparison of Pakistan under the present government and Riyasat e Madinah.”

“Those whose dogs are fed high-quality meat should think before likening their governance to that of Riyasat e Madinah,” Maryam mentioned whereas taking a dig at PM Imran Khan.

She mentioned that those that travel from one place to a different in helicopters do not know what the poor lots are going by means of due to inflation.

She went on to say that as a result of ongoing inflation within the nation, “the poor and the destitute are dying of hunger, parents are poisoning their children because they are unable to feed them, and people are committing suicide.”

“The government should think about the condition of the poor before talking about Riyasat e Madinah,” she mentioned, including that these in energy ought to be capable of genuinely really feel for the poor as an alternative of issuing prejudiced statements in opposition to Opposition events.

Criticising PM Imran Khan as soon as once more, she questioned: “How can someone be so blind, deaf, and dumb [to the condition of the poor masses]?”

It needs to be recalled that earlier within the day, the president and prime minister, of their separate messages on the event of Eid Miladun Nabi, had mentioned Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) laid the muse of Riyasat-e-Madinah, which rose earlier than the world for instance when it comes to humanity, justice, and the rule of legislation.

President Dr Arif Alvi, in his message, had mentioned that the Prophet (PBUH) established such a welfare state the place the wealthy and poor loved equal rights.

While lauding the efforts of the current authorities in turning Pakistan right into a mannequin welfare state on the patterns of Riasat-e-Madina, he had mentioned he hoped that every one assets of the state might be utilised for this objective.

PM Imran Khan, then again, had mentioned that the arrival of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) on this planet introduced a revolution in society.

The prime minister had mentioned that in Riyasat e Madinah, minorities have been protected, the poor and needy have been taken care of, and the rights and obligations of the state and residents have been decided — a mannequin that his authorities aspires to comply with.