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Sindh representative looks to make light of tactless act at place of Maryum’s child in-law
A day after the Sindh representative was denied section into the place of Maryam Nawaz’s child in-law in Islamabad when he came to see her, Muhammad Zubair said the occurrence had been “made a huge deal about” by the media.
On Thursday, the Sindh senator had left irritably after the security staff at the living arrangement of Chaudhry Munir, the child in-law of removed chief Nawaz Sharif’s girl, declined to give him access.
In the video cut circulated on Express News, Governor Zubair could be seen remaining alongside individual staff outside the entryway and attempting unsuccessfully to shroud his shame.
“Yesterday’s occurrence was smothered of extents,” Zubair told journalists in Karachi on Friday. “It was my error. I went to visit [Maryam] without security staff,” he stated, including that he didn’t prefer to go with his security staff close behind.
Zubair said he needed to hold up outside the house in light of the fact that “there were many individuals there”. In any case, he wouldn’t state if the general population had assembled at the entryway earlier or after his landing.
After she became more acquainted with about the occurrence, Maryam had purportedly interceded and condemned the security staff for not giving the representative access. She had likewise rung Zubair and requesting that he visit the house once more.
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