PM Imran Khan 'keeps popping up (for attention), his role is useless, and no one cares about him,' Pakistani media quoted Sharif during her address in the northern areas.
In a recent interview, Sharif spoke about the alleged inconveniences she had to face when she was incarcerated after being arrested in the Chaudhary Sugar Mills case last year, reported Geo News.
Maryam's husband Capt (retd) Mohammad Safdar was earlier arrested in Karachi for allegedly violating the sanctity of Quaid-e-Azam mausoleum.
The arrest comes after a first information report was registered against Maryam, Safdar and 200 others for violating the sanctity of the Quaid's mausoleum.
So far no official announcement has been made regarding the arrest by the police.
Maryam further hit out at the government for neither being constitutional in spirit and neither did it have any legal basis.
Dauther of Nawaz Sharif, Maryam, who was at the Islamabad High Court for a hearing of an appeal against her conviction in the Avenfield property reference, was talking to media at the court premises.
PML-N has protested inclusion of terrorism charges in the FIR, saying this has been done at the best of PM Imran Khan.
Some ministers got skeptical about the serious nature of his health, saying Sharif is roaming on London streets and he even did not bother to wear mask in this COVID-19 testing time.
The 69-year-old former Pakistani Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, is serving his term at the Kot Lakhpat Jail in Lahore.
According to a medical test conducted last week, 69-year-old Sharif is suffering from hypertension, diabetes and Ischemic heart disease.
The protesters pelted police and rangers with stones when they fired tear gas on them.
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is making all efforts to give a rousing welcome to Nawaz and his daughter Maryam Nawaz on their arrival in Lahore on Friday.
Nawaz Sharif's daughter has claimed that her father was removed from the prime minister's office because he had ordered registration of a treason case against Pervez Musharraf.
The family of former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif has filed a review petition against the Supreme Court‘s July 28 verdict, which disqualified him from holding any office.