Sharif Family ready to challenge PTI’s decision of barring Nawaz from homemade food

  • PML-N has completed legal consultation against the ban on homemade food for Nawaz Sharif in KotLakhpat jail.
  • Maryam Nawaz decided to go on a hunger strike if the restriction is not removed.
  • Shahbaz Sharif says Imran Khan will be held responsible if anything happens to Nawaz Sharif in the jail.

The Sharif family has completed legal consultation against the ban on homemade food for former premier Nawaz Sharif in KotLakhpat jail.

PML-N will file a petition:

According to the sources, the PML-N will challenge the government and the petition will be filed in the next 48 hours.

The Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) is terming the jail authorities as ‘oppressors’ saying authority can mix anything in Nawaz’s food.

Maryam Nawaz warns the government:

Maryam Nawaz has warned the incumbent government that she would approach the court if the decision of barring Nawaz Sharif from homemade food is not removed.

She has slammed the government’s decision and said she will go on hunger strike outside the jail’s premises in case the restriction is not removed.

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Maryam took to her Twitter account saying:


“Nawaz Sharif has refused to eat prison food. If the government will not take back this restriction in the next 24 hours, I will contact the court,” she claimed.

Shahbaz Sharif held PM Khan responsible in case something happens to Nawaz:

The opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif has also said that if anything happens to Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister Imran Khan, will be held responsible.

Shahbaz protested against the ban on homemade food for Nawaz Sharif saying “this is the level of inhumanity which the government is showing by banning homemade meals for Nawaz.”

He further said:

“Nawaz Sharif is a three-time elected prime minister of Pakistan and this attitude towards him is inhumane, he should be provided homemade food.”

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