Hussain Nawaz Tweets About the Treatment his Father May Get In Jail and Pakistanis Didn't Care

Hussain Nawaz Tweets About the Treatment his Father May Get In Jail and Pakistanis Didn’t Care!

With Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz being sentenced to jail, things have now taken a swift change. The entire fiasco, however, was all over the media with the former prime minister of Pakistan being arrested for the third time.

With Lahore sealed with containers, mobile signals down and PMLN supporters waiting on the airport to welcome their leader and his daughter, situations were pretty tensed.

For Maryam Nawaz, Saying Goodbye to her Children was the Toughest

Yet something which was bound to happen when you have to deal with the consciousness of your actions.

Lahore Was Pretty Tensed That Day As Well

On the Other Hand, Junaid Safdar Also Got into a Fight with a Protestor Who Abused Maryam Nawaz

In short, everything was chaotic.

Now that Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz are behind bars, no one knows the treatment they are getting – is it a VVIP treatment or is it brutal? Every detail has been kept away from media thus far.

However, Hussain Nawaz, Nawaz Sharif’s Son Has Something to Add

According to Hussain Nawaz, the Sharifs behind bars are getting poor treatment, which includes not getting a proper bed either. Here’s what he tweeted:

I am told that my father was not given a bed to sleep on and the bathroom was extremely dirty probably not cleaned for ages. There’s no precedence of treating people’s representatives with dignity in this country but these are basic rights withdrawal of which constitutes torture.

Pakistanis, On the Other Hand, Weren’t Sympathetic with his Tweet:

And There Was Not Stopping

Yep!

There is not much to comment here, given how someone is commenting on the punishment their father is receiving, not a royal treatment. The conditions in Pakistani jails are worse than one can imagine. Nawaz Sharif and his family being in power couldn’t do much in terms of reforming the jails – why is his son complaining now?

Or is it merely just to get some attention or sympathy?

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