Senior actress Hina Khawaja Bayat has expressed her displeasure over the statement of Pakistan Maryam Nawaz in which the PML-N vice president had said that Pakistan's plane could land in 'old Pakistan' at any time. Hina Khawaja Bayat reacted to Maryam Nawaz's statement by releasing a short video on Instagram and prayed that God forbid that a Pakistani plane ever lands in the old Pakistan which was destroyed by Maryam Nawaz and her allies. Hina Khawaja Bayat in her short video said that she has never used harsh words about anyone but Maryam Nawaz forced her to use such phrases. Addressing Maryam Nawaz, the actress said that her statement was "dust in your mouth".
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Addressing Maryam Nawaz, Hina Khawaja Bayat further said, "God forbid that according to you, the ship of Pakistan landed in the old Pakistan, which was built by you and your allies." The senior actress prayed, "May God protect our Pakistan, from the enemies inside and outside the country, and also protect the Pakistan Army." Hina Khawaja Bayat also prayed for the protection of patriotic politicians and leaders and said that such prayers are being asked by every patriotic Pakistani.
The senior actress did not name any patriotic Pakistani politician in her video, however, she criticized him by naming him, Maryam Nawaz. Hina Khawaja Bayat's video was later shared on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) social media accounts while others also shared her video.
Earlier on March 25, Maryam Nawaz, while talking to reporters, warned Pakistanis to be ready and said, "People should fasten their seat belts because a Pakistani ship could land in old Pakistan at any time." Remember that the term 'New Pakistan' is commonly used by PTI workers and supporters, as Imran Khan used to promise to create a 'New Pakistan' before he became the Prime Minister. After Imran Khan became the Prime Minister, the PTI claims that it has now become the 'New Pakistan'. While his rival parties and politicians use the term 'old Pakistan' as Imran Khan's non-ruling Pakistan.