Enough is enough: Marvi Memon threatens to sink ‘super ethical image’ of PMLN leadership

02:48 PM | 27 Apr, 2019
Enough is enough: Marvi Memon threatens to sink ‘super ethical image’ of PMLN leadership
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ISLAMABAD – Pakistani politician Marvi Memon recently got hyper after being attacked by trolls on social media over her alleged secret marriage with former finance minister Ishaq Dar.

Expressing her anguish towards the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in a series of tweets, the former Poverty Alleviation minister threatened to break the silence and tell the ‘actual facts’ resulting in sinking the ‘super ethical image’ of the party leadership - the Sharif family.

“Bec if I tell the actual facts the pmln leadership’s super ethical image wld sink n it’s already sunk enough due to its own follies n I don’t want to add to that in it’s down time,” she wrote on Twitter.

In another tweet, she warned: “Enough is enough. If I am trolled anymore there wil b a problem for some people.”

Marvi said she was being trolled for two years. “It needs to stop,” she demanded.

While referring to Ishaq Dar’s press conference, she said that “I hav been trolled since July 2018 only bec one person was pushed by his “secretary” 2attack IK outside JIT for hiding his wedding.”

It is pertinent to mention here that that former finance minister Ishaq Dar, one of the accused in the corruption cases filed against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and other members of his family in the accountability court, has reportedly tied a secret knot with Marvi Memon and both have kept quiet over the issue.

Memon joined Pakistan Muslim League Q (PML-Q) in 2007. She was elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan in 2008 general election on a reserved seat for women from Punjab.

Memon resigned from the National Assembly in 2011 and left the PML-Q in protest after the party joined the PPP led-coalition government.

In 2013 general elections, Marvi campaigned hard for PML-N but lost to Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).

Before joining the PML-N, Marvi had held long talks with the PTI and even attended some PTI public gatherings in Sindh but after her failure to win a prize slot, she decided to join the PML-N after facilitation by Saad Rafique.