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Fighting for the truth, not cowards: Maryam

 The vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Maryam Nawaz, has said that standing up for truth and justice and then enduring all kinds of hardships is not the job of cowardly people. In a tweet on Saturday, Maryam Nawaz said that it is easier to bring charges against public representatives, but now is the time for accountability.

"Nature goes its own way to unmask the conspirators," she said. Our correspondent from Lahore adds: The PML-N has rejected the appointment of Judge Azmat Saeed as head of the Broadsheet Commission of Inquiry, arguing that he is not impartial in the case at hand.

"Judge Azmat Saeed was part of the NAB during the term that will be investigated by the commission. There is an evident and undeniable conflict of interest. How can he be called impartial in this case?" she said in a statement.

Fighting for the truth, not cowards: Maryam

Marriyum Aurangzeb said that if the government wanted a one-man commission, it should have included Shahzad Akbar and his hired spokesmen on this commission as well. He noted that according to the notice, Judge Azmat Saeed was the deputy attorney general for the NAB during the time the Broadsheet contract was signed.

"The notification is proof that the National Accountability Office (NAB) is not taking the arrest and punishment of liars and sharks seriously in this case," he said.

"The appointment of Azmat Saeed is a brutal murder of the Constitution, the law, transparency and justice. The commission is an attempt to save those who asked for commissions and cuts," said Marriyum.

He said it is important to know why the PTI government is bent on appointing Judge Azmat Saeed only, while the main focus and emphasis should be an impartial investigation. This, he said, proves the mal fide intention of the selected government.

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