Ayesha Nazir Jutt quashes rumours of leaving PTI
Jutt, who lost PP-232 by-elections in August last year, took to Twitter and clarified that she was with PTI and rumours of her leaving the party were fake.
Twitter account @AyeshaNJutt quoted below is fake.Dirty politics,trying to defame pol.parties by bogus fake accounts is part of cyber crime. https://t.co/1FmUWMX9Ik— Ayesha Nazir Jatt (@IamAyeshaNazir) September 14, 2017
Tagging a tweet suggesting her exit from the party of cricketer-turned-politician, Ayesha said making bogus fake accounts came under cyber-crime.
The tweet she referred to stated that Ayesha announced to leave PTI as it was a male-chauvinist party.
Ayesha is the daughter of Nazir Jutt, a political personality of Burewala.
She bagged 50,267 votes in PP-232 by-elections against PML-N's Chaudhry Muhammad Yousaf Kasailia who made it to the provincial assembly by securing 51,556.
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