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Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ex-wife Jemima Goldsmith got into a fight on Twitter. This fight started with a tweet by Maryam. In this, Maryam took a jibe at Imran, citing Jemima’s Judaism.
In response, Maryam said that even after leaving Pakistan, the media and leaders make rhetoric on her. Maryam said that Jemima’s husband Imran is to blame for all this. This fight started during an election rally held by Imran in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Read the whole matter in a sequential manner…
First Imran took a jibe at Nawaz and Maryam
A few days ago, Imran Khan held his first election meeting in PoK. During this, he taunted Nawaz Sharif and his family. Imran had said when Maryam’s son Junaid Safdar played a polo match in Britain that he was playing the king’s game. Nawaz Sharif went to watch this match. Imran did not stop here. He had said- The poor go to jail and the mighty go abroad with deals and watch their grandson’s polo match.
Imran had said that it takes a lot of money to buy a horse to play a polo match. It should be told from where did this dear grandson get so much money. This is public money.
Maryam Nawaz hit back at Imran
This statement of Imran was answered by Maryam Nawaz. He had said, “My son Junaid is the captain of the Cambridge University polo team and it is a matter of pride for Pakistan. He is the grandson of Nawaz Sharif, not Jemima Goldsmith. And, he is not being raised in the lap of a Jew. I didn’t want to bring children into this conversation, but the way Imran Khan spoke, this is the correct answer.’
On Maryam’s statement, Jemima said that I left Pakistan in 2004. Despite this, the media and politicians make anti-Jewish statements on me and this continues. Let us tell you that a few days ago there were demonstrations outside Jemima’s house and she was threatened. Jemima and Imran were married in 1995 and divorced in 2004. After that she returned to London.
However, to Jemima’s statement, Mary replied, “You can blame your husband for this. I have no interest in your and your son’s personal life, because I have better things to say and do.” But, if your ex-husband drags the family of others then other people may say worse things. You should only blame your husband for this.’