Mohsin Dawar 'no longer part of PDM rallies, meetings'

06:55 PM | 26 Nov, 2020
Mohsin Dawar 'no longer part of PDM rallies, meetings'

PESHAWAR – Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) leader Mohsin Dawar has formally announced to quit rallying with the Opposition's Pakistan Democratic Alliance (PDM) over ‘unease’ of certain parties with his presence.

In a series of tweets Thursday, the young lawmaker announced that he will no longer be a part of PDM’s jalsas and meetings.

Dawar added that he would continue to support the PDM demands for strengthening democracy and civilian supremacy.

The lawmaker also thanked Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari for inviting him to the upcoming Multan rally of the PDM.

He also thanked Akhtar Mengal and Malick Baloch for inviting him to PDM Quetta Jalsa.

Earlier, Mohsin Dawar and PDM head Fazlur Rehman reportedly held disagreements over a number of issues including the merger of FATA.