Over 500 PTI stalwarts ditch party amid rigorous membership drive

11:57 AM | 7 Apr, 2018
Over 500 PTI stalwarts ditch party amid rigorous membership drive
QUETTA - More than 500 staunch workers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf(PTI) have decided to leave party due to the ill behaviour of party chief Imran Khan and  Balochistan's party President Sardar Yar Mohammad Rind.

According to daily Nawa-i-Waqt, PTI Balochistan Central Coordinator Muhammad Azeem Kakar, ex-strategic council member and member provincial assembly sayed Naseeb Agha, founding member and ex-vice president Sayed Umer Agha and many other representatives of PTI's camp from different districts have decided to leave the party.

"The decision was taken due to the irresponsible behaviour of Imran Khan and Yar Muhammed Rind," said the members in presence of disgruntled fellows, as they addressed a press conference in Quetta.

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Interestingly, these party workers are ditching the party at a time when the membership campaign is on the full run with Imran Khan touring different cities across the country.

Many other politicians from different parties are joining PTI while the party itself is apparently unable to satisfy their own members, a visible indication of which is Fauzia Kasuri's reservations.