"On whose authority/what grounds does NAB (a body set up by a dictator to remove elected govs) summon @BBhuttoZardari? For criticising this Puppet gov? For speaking out against their supported banned organisations? For demanding pro extremist ministers from their gov be sacked?!" she asserted.
She added that there was no difference between this government and the dictatorship of general late Zia-ul-Haq.
“How this faith in Allah and His Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) transforms humans into strong and loving beings who can even feel pity for a terrorist, a mass murderer, who took away their loved ones,” the prime minister added.
In the interview, the aggrieved widow shared that her husband was a brave and loving man and love is what made him do what he did.
Rashid, a resident of Jinnahabad in Abbottabad and a professor in New Zealand, was present at the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch when a white supremacist terrorist opened fire at the worshippers. Rashid was injured in his bid to overpower the attacker, but passed away a day later after succumbing to his injuries.
His son, 22-year-old Talha Naeem, a civil engineering graduate, was among those who lost their lives in the shooting.
When asked about her son who was also martyred in the attack, Ambreen said he [Talha] was a caring son and that he is an inspiration for their other children. "We tell our children to be like him," she said.
Responding to a question about the gunman, Ambreen said she felt sad and pity for the terrorist that he had hate in his heart and could not feel peace.
When asked if the incident will stop her from going back into a mosque, she said, “I have learned that it will not stop me from going back. It has made me stronger."