PMLN activist join QWP in Peshawar

Peshawar: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Joint Secretary Peshawar division, Fazal Hussain Orakzai along with family member and friends announced to join Qaumi Watan Party by quitting his party. The announcement was made during a press conference here at press club on Wednesday.

Accompanied by the Party youth wing, district president Amanat Ali along with other activists and workers, Mr Hussain said that he was greatly disappointed from the performance of the party during last five years. He said party had failed to deliver the poor masses and raised voice of Pakhtuns.

He accused the PMLN had totally ignored ideological workers in distribution of ticket. He informed the party Central Senior Vice President, Amir Muqam had nominated him for ticket, but later on, awarded to other candidate Mohammad Tufail from constituency NA 37.

After the indifferent attitude of the party provincial leadership, he decided to join a party which is really working for right and welfare of the Pakhtuns. He said the Qaumi Watan Party is only political party to address their issues on priority basis. He, therefore, decided to join the QWP. He expressed complete satisfaction over the leadership of QWP chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao and assured that he will fully support the part candidate Malik Nadeem from constituency PKI.

On the occasion, the party president youth wing, Amanat Ali welcomed the joining of PMLN activist along with his family member and friends. He assured the party will give him due respect and status.

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