Islamabad: Pakistan’s Leader of Opposition Maryam Nawaz on Saturday hit out at Prime Minister Imran Khan for praising India, saying he should go to the neighboring country if he liked it. The comments by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam, who is the daughter of ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, came after Khan called India a “nation with a great spirit”. Prime Minister Khan, in an address to the nation on Friday night ahead of the no-confidence motion, said his chances of survival were slim, adding that he was not against India and that his lot in the neighboring country. were followers. ,

“No superpower can compel India to do anything against its interests. They (India) are buying oil from Russia despite sanctions. No one can direct India. What did the EU ambassadors say here, can they say that to India too? He asked and added that they could not because India is a sovereign nation. Responding to his comment, Maryam said that Khan has gone mad. Someone should tell the person who has gone mad seeing this power that he has been expelled by his own party and no one else and if you like India so much then go there and leave the life of Pakistan. Two, said the 48-year-old PML-N leader. Maryam rebukes Khan, saying that he should no longer be treated as Prime Minister.

“A person who is no longer in his senses cannot be allowed to wreak havoc and bring down the entire country. This is no joke. He should not be treated as PM or former PM, he should be treated as a psychopath who has taken the whole country hostage just by saving his skin. be ashamed of.” “The fear of facing a maniac’s music has brought the entire country to a complete standstill and to a complete standstill. The country of 22 crores is now without government. This blatant violation of the Constitution and disregard for the orders of the Supreme Court would be ugly. And end badly,” she said. This was not the first time that Prime Minister Khan has stunned the opposition parties and praised India. Last week, he praised India for its independent foreign policy.

“They defend their independent foreign policy which is centered on its people,” he had said. The 69-year-old cricketer-turned-politician, who has effectively lost a majority in the 342-member house, accepted the writing on the wall and urged his supporters to hold peaceful protests across the country when the “new imported government” “Comes to power on Sunday. Khan is facing the prospect of being the first prime minister in the country’s history to be voted on in a no-confidence motion. No Pakistani prime minister has completed five years in his tenure.

Meanwhile, the opposition has completed its preliminary talks for the formation of a new government after the ouster of Prime Minister Khan. Plans are underway to remove President Alvi and return ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from Britain, The Express Tribune newspaper reported on Friday. 70-year-old Shahbaz, who is the opposition’s candidate for the new prime minister, will announce his likely government priorities after being sworn in. Proportional representation will be given to all opposition parties in the new potential federal government.