The hacker, bugger, or whatever the source leaked yet another audio recording of Pakistan’s Prime Minister and his niece Maryam Nawaz, who is the child of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Government officials have said that previously published audio samples that are available for purchase on the dark web do not include any proof of criminal conduct or intentions to harm the country, but the most recent leak disproves that claim.
These videos cannot be shown on traditional television due to a government ban, but they are available on Twitter.
“Uncle, I think you should completely ruin the health card, since Imran (former Prime Minister Imran Khan) has nothing to show (his credibility) but that card,” Maryam Nawaz continues in the audio recording.
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, who is now in office, responds, “I will be done; don’t worry; we only need some equal facility (to offer for the public), and I think we will be able to manage it shortly.”
The two then started talking about the particulars of the facility that would take the place of “Imran’s Health Card.” If destroying the public health care programmes of the previous administration in an effort to damage their reputation isn’t anti-country, I don’t know what is.
You won’t find any footage or even a mention of these recordings on news networks since the government expressly forbids their dissemination.
As several Twitter accounts claim to be the hacker, further revelations are likely to surface soon. An anonymous Twitter user using the handle “Indishell” has been avidly documenting these attacks and posting anti-government comments while asserting that more videos would be released on Friday.