LAHORE – Trembling with fear, knowing that its days are numbered now the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President and former Chief Minister of Punjab, Shehbaz Sharif, has returned with the sole purpose of its elimination, a scarred-stiff Covid-19 was last seen crawling inside the store room of the PML-N’s headquarter in Lahore.
Multiple eyewitnesses have informed The Dependent that Covid-19 was seen hiding inside a large trunk of books, files and documents, which have data pertaining to healthcare statistics under the provincial and federal rules of the PML-N.
Inquiring about the exact location of Covid-19, The Dependent’s investigative team learnt that it had crept between pages 18-19 of a book entitled, Healthcare in Punjab under PML-N government 2013-2018.
“It might be fearing for its life, but Covid-19 is smart in terms of its choice of hiding. I can assure you that Shehbaz Sharif is never going to look there,” said Dengue infection, while talking to The Dependent, confessing that it had been following Covid-19 for pointers.
The Dependent’s investigations further reveal that following Shehbaz Sharif’s arrival Covid-19 had first gone to Model Town’s H-96 – Sharif’s residence – and hid itself inside the original, yet to be traced, contractual agreements of the Ashiana Housing Scheme.
Reports reveal that despite feeling secure from Sharif’s wrath in that particular hiding place, Covid-19 feared the unpredictability of the National Accountability Bureau.