Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) calls the government “fascist”, but the party itself is “more than that”, reports Geo News.
“They [PML-N] say that we impose restrictions on media and call us fascist, however, they are more fascist than us,” remarked the premier.
He also questioned in what capacity did the PML-N leader issue such directives.
PM Khan’s comments come in relevance to PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz’s audio where the latter can be heard refusing to give ads to media organisations.
Earlier this week, in an audio clip doing the rounds on social media, Maryam Nawaz could be heard saying, “We have given many chances to Samaa News. The kind of news Samaa [airs] and the way its anchor Nadeem Malik is, our pact can no longer work with the channel. So we are not giving any ads to Samaa.”
”Samaa News, Channel 92, ARY News, and Channel 24 will not get any ads from us [PML-N],” said Maryam