PTI fails to prove allegations leveled on PML-N leadership: Daniyal

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APP32-09 ISLAMABAD: January 09 – PML-N leader Daniyal Aziz, MNA talking to media persons outside Supreme Court. APP photo by Saeed-ul-Mulk

ISLAMABAD, Jan 9 (APP): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Daniyal Aziz Monday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was trying to defame PML-N leadership through leveling false allegation in media but had failed to prove its stance in court.
He said that PTI Counsel Naeem Bukhari never answered a single question asked by the court as he has no evidence in Panama Papers case.
Talking to media with other PML-N leaders outside Supreme Court, Daniyal Aziz said that Imran Khan is indulging in blame game against PML-N leaders.
PTI Chief Imran Khan uses derogatory language against PML-N to pressurize its leadership, he said and added that PTI has persistently failed in proving the allegations.
“We have confidence and trust on the court and we believe that justice will be done in the case”, he said.
Daniyal Aziz said democracy has been achieving strength in the country despite the politics of protests by PTI. “PTI’s sit-ins, protest rallies even public gatherings could not get sympathies of masses and common man strongly believes that democracy will deliver,”
he said.
He reiterated the commitment that party spokespersons on Panama case would continue to defend their leader instead of succumbing to malicious statements from the PTI leaders.
He said the government’s legal team had presented documentary evidence, including trust deeds.
Maiza Hameed MNA speaking on the occasion said that Imran Khan is worried about expected defeat in next general election of 2018 in the hands of Maryam Nawaz as he has been continuously trying
to defame Maryam Bibi.
She raised question that there must be an investigation against those who had conspired to derail democratically elected government.
Speaking on this occasion, Minister for Capital Administration and Development Division Dr. Tariq Fazal Chaudhry said PTI is making media trial instead of focusing on hearing in the court.