PML-N turns down supply to play ‘pleasant matches’ at Punjab Governor Home

PML-N spokesperson Uzma Zahid Bukhari (R) and Prisons Minister Fayyaz ul Hassan Chohan (L)
  • Uzma Bukhari says that the get together won’t develop into a “spectacle” in any cricket match.
  • Criticises PPP for accepting to take part within the pleasant matches, saying that they shouldn’t play a “double sport”.
  • Chohan says PML-N shouldn’t “fall prey to conspiracy like NZ and England cricket” and refuse to play like this.

LAHORE: The Opposition get together within the Punjab Meeting, PML-N on Friday introduced that they won’t take part in “pleasant matches” scheduled to happen on the Governor’s Home in Punjab.

PML-N spokesperson in Punjab Uzma Bukhari stated that the get together won’t develop into a “spectacle” in any cricket match.

She criticised PPP for accepting to take part within the pleasant matches, saying that they shouldn’t play a “double sport”.

PML-N chief Rana Mashhood stated that the federal government calls them (PML-N leaders) “thieves” and on the identical time they ask them to hitch in and play cricket matches.

In the meantime, Minister for Prisons Fayyazul Hassan Chohan likened PML-N’s refusal to take part within the matches to the New Zealand and England’s pullout of the Pakistan tour.

“PML-N shouldn’t refuse to play by falling prey to conspiracy like New Zealand and England cricket boards,” stated Chohan.

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