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Smearing Sharif gets priority over pandemic


The world certainly is going through testing times as the Covid-19 pandemic is taking the lives of hundreds and sinking economies all over the world. However, in Pakistan instead of focusing on fighting this disease, the government and the military establishment are busy spreading propaganda to keep the masses in the hallucination that everything is fine and the country’s only concerns are the independent journalists and politicians who are not ready to buy the rotten narratives of a security state.

Recently an organized campaign of treason accusations against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was launched. This time the invisible forces, instead of using puppets like current PM Imran Khan and his aides, have decided to use former diplomats to accuse Sharif of being a pro-India politician who maintained peaceful ties with New Delhi to enhance his business interests.

First, former Foreign Office spokesman Tasneem Aslam claimed that Sharif had stopped the FO from issuing statements against New Delhi and its spy Kulbushan Jadav, who is in Pakistani custody. Aslam also alleged that Sharif had business interests in India and that was why he refused to meet with the leaders of the Hurriyat Conference, a party that is active in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir (J&K).


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