Different political parties’ member joints PTI

Peshawar: A group of activists and workers from different political parties along with family members and friends, including PPP, JUIF and JI from Union Council Hazarkhwani, Peshawar resigned from their parties and joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf here on Monday.

The announcement was made during a news conference here at press club. On the occasion, the PTI candidate from PK6 Fazal Elahi, activists and workers along with notable of the area were present.

Those, who joined PTI including Ibrahim Khan and Qasim Khan of Pakistan People’s Party Parliamentarian, former nazim UC Hazarkhwani Sher Rahman, Akbar Khan from Jamiat Ulema Islam, Humayun Khan, Hussain Khan, Bilal Khan and Imtiaz Khan from ANP, Khaista Gul, Aman Afridi, and Jamal Hussain, Razzaq Khan, Wakeel Khan, Ali Mansha of Jamaat-e-Islami.

Besides, Mohammad Tariq of PPPP from Union Council Achini Payan along with family members and friends also joined PTI by quitting his party. Other workers, who joined PTI, were included Wajid Khan, Haji Usman, Haji Ghulam Kibria, Haji
Saeed Nabi, Hidayatullah, Fazal Hussain, Aurangzeb Khan, Haji Mir Ghulam, Haji Mufasil Baz, Mohammad Amir, Aftab Khan, Javed Khan, Mukhtiar Alam, Akhtiar Alam.

While speaking on the occasion, the PTI candidate from PK6 Fazal Elahi formally welcomed the joining of workers from different parties, said that it was reflected the poor performance of former ruling ANP in the province. He said that party would further strengthen with their joining, asked the people to vote only PTI in election, if they want to bring real change in the country.

He said if his party voted to power in election, would practical implement all its commitments and would create a new Pakistan on May 11, he claimed. He criticized that those political parties raised slogans of Roti, Kapra and Makan and rights of Pakhtuns, had failed delivered the masses during last five years.

He claimed the PTI will gain majority of seats in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and form a government in the province.