Reacting to the premier's address to the nation on Friday, Maryam Nawaz in a series of tweets said that someone should tell him (Khan) that no one else but his party ousted him from power.
She said if Khan likes India so much, then he should leave Pakistan and move there.
Maryam Nawaz said that the India Khan is talking about, there were 27 no-confidence motions against the various Prime Ministers but no one has played with the constitution, democracy and ethics.
"Vajpayee lost by one vote, went home — did not take the country, constitution and nation hostage like you," she wrote on her Twitter handle.
"This is the first time I have seen someone crying for power like this. He is crying that no one came out for him."
Indo-Asian News Service
Naeem ul Haque, special assistant to the Pakistan Prime Minister, on Saturday posted a picture of the Master Blaster and captioned it: "PM Imran Khan 1969".
“I am upset with the Supreme Court's decision. I was shocked because when the Deputy Speaker conducted the investigation, the Supreme Court should have investigated.
The former Prime Minister said on Saturday that he sticks to the allegations that he made that the US and the country's Opposition were hand-in-glove to remove him from power.
During his speech, Imran said: “Someone sent me a clip on social media of Maryam’s speech, somewhere. She took my name so many times and with so much passion, I want to tell her that Maryam, please be careful, your husband might get upset the way you call my name again and again.”
The campaign, initiated by the UAE, seeks to provide relief to Palestinian brothers in the Gaza Strip by offering urgent assistance.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed discussed with guests the bilateral relations between the UAE and their respective countries, along with regional and international issues of mutual interest.
The price of Super 98 dropped from Dhs3.03 to Dhs2.96 per litre for December, and so did the price of Special 95, which dropped from Dhs2.92 to Dhs2.85 per litre for December.
As the 70,000 delegates expected to attend COP28 descend on the gleaming Emirati city of Dubai, governments are preparing for marathon negotiations on whether to agree, for the first time, to phase out the world's use of CO2-emitting coal, oil and gas.