Two days into Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz’s appearance before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing Panama Leaks scandal and then speaking to the media afterwards, people are still discussing the articulate manner in which she spoke to the media.<iframe src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/_YuEpq56WXo” width=”100%” height=”415px” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”></iframe>Ranging from TV anchors to Twitterati, many believe that Maryam is more articulate compared to any other Sharifs from the next generation and hence capable of leading the party as far as hereditary politics goes.Subtle, Pointed & Well crafted speech by Maryam Nawaz. Some of the PMLN leaders could actually learn a thing or two from her.— Mansoor Ali Khan (@_Mansoor_Ali) July 5, 2017 This is Maryam Nawaz Sharif’s first election speech pic.twitter.com/SNeKb42nq8 — omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) July 5, 2017 #RokSakoTouRokLo with out any doubt DABANG ENTRY and DABANG SPEECH by Maryam Nawaz #JhootPayJhoot #MeriAwazMaryamNawaz #MaryamNawaz— MASST MALANG…….. (@mastmalang1214) July 5, 2017 You spoke with grace, composure &4m ur heart @MaryamNSharif One can disagree w ur politics but not ignore ur class https://t.co/KkRCaEtFtR— F Shirin MD (@FShirin) July 5, 2017 But all has not been merrier. There are some who believe PM’s daughter’s speech was scripted and that there was nothing extraordinary about it.The whole speech of Maryam Nawaz was based on emotions, sentiments & political language. Thr wasn’t any single evidence in their favor.— Ameer Abbas (@ameerabbas84) July 5, 2017 Just a written speech thoroughly memorized by Maryam Nawaz.Ziada dimagh na khaow Money Trail bataow. #????_????_????_??— Muneeb Ilahi Mushtaq (@MuneebMushtaq04) July 5, 2017 Either you are for or against her notable media address, one simply cannot escape the fact that Maryam Nawaz’s speech has been the talk of the town both online and offline. What this means for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PML-N) future leadership? Only time will tell.