PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif claimed that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s interview to the BBC was being ‘twisted’ to serve the PTI government’s agenda.
Whilst speaking with reporters in Lahore, Maryam clarified that Bilawal did not say anything objectionable in the interview.
When asked if the interview had damaged the PPP-PML-N alliance, Maryam said she and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari were not kids to be fooled around.
“We all know what is the purpose of twisting this statement. In fact, there is no such objectionable thing in the interview of Bilawal. Whatever we object to, we know that distorting the statement of the Chairman PPP is a failed attempt to break the alliance of opposition parties, the Pakistan Democratic Movement,” Maryam said.
Earlier, Bilawal had expressed shock over Nawaz Sharif’s statement’s when he named DG ISI and COAS in his speech in the Gujranwala jalsa.
The interview had created a controversy over the PPP’s thoughts on the PDM alliance.