Maryam Nawaz running ‘Torture Cells’ in Pakistani Cities?

PML-N’s vice president Maryam Nawaz is facing accusations that she is running “torture cells” across Pakistan.

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"Kidnap me if you want to ask anything."

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior vice president Maryam Nawaz is accused of running “torture cells” in different Pakistani cities.

The politician was previously accused of leaking an explicit video of former Sindh governor Muhammad Zubair Umar.

Maryam now faces claims that she is running cells where innocent people are detained and tortured, with Hareem Shah making the accusations.

In a video on X, the TikToker said she will hold a press conference in the coming days to expose the people responsible for allegedly kidnapping her husband and where he was kept.

Hareem accused Maryam of being behind her husband’s kidnapping shortly after releasing a video about her.

She also claimed that a few people from the Federal Investigation Authority were also involved.

Accusing Maryam Nawaz of running “torture cells” in cities such as Karachi, where people were kept blindfolded, Hareem said those kept in the “cells” were questioned about who was supporting her.

She said: “Kidnap me if you want to ask anything.”

Hareem added that no one has the right to kidnap her family members, friends and husband who had nothing to do with her or what she did.

Unafraid to expose politicians, Hareem threatened to leak three videos of Maryam.

Claiming that her husband was abducted to prevent the videos from being leaked, Hareem declared:

“I have three videos of Maryam Nawaz. I want to bring the videos to the public”.

On September 3, 2023, Hareem Shah claimed her husband Bilal Shah was abducted shortly after returning to Pakistan.

After her court case against Sandal Khattak over the leak of her nude videos, Hareem and Bilal travelled to London in July 2023.

At the end of August 2023, Hareem said her husband returned to Karachi. Two days later, Bilal was allegedly abducted by assailants in vehicles.

In a video, Hareem said: “Bilal and I were in London and he went to Pakistan for some work. He was illegally kidnapped by some people in plain clothes.

“We made a complaint to the local police station but nobody had any idea why he had been picked. We have petitioned the court as well. Bilal has been taken away illegally.”

Calling for the authorities to investigate her husband’s disappearance, Hareem continued:

“I request the law enforcement agencies to find my husband.

“He has nothing to do with politics or any activism. He has no previous criminal record. We are worried and going through a tough time.”

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”

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