Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Internal Strife Erupts in PML-N as Maryam Nawaz and Tehmina Daultana Clash During Parliamentary Board Meeting

Tensions flared within the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) as a heated exchange unfolded between senior vice president Maryam Nawaz and central leader Tehmina Daultana during a parliamentary board meeting.

The meeting, focused on reserved seats for women within the party, reportedly witnessed disagreements among prominent PML-N figures.

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The absence of former Punjab chief minister Hamza Shehbaz was noted, and Maryam Nawaz expressed dissatisfaction with the praise directed at women MPs by former prime minister Shehbaz Sharif. The exchange between Maryam Nawaz and Tehmina Daultana reportedly grew intense, highlighting internal debates and complex dynamics within the party.

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Raheel J.M
Raheel J.M
Raheel, a Karachi-based reporter, is at the forefront of political journalism, providing insightful coverage that transcends the bustling landscape of Pakistan's political sphere. With an unwavering commitment to delivering accurate and comprehensive news, Raheel's work is marked by a keen understanding of the intricate dynamics shaping the political landscape.
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