KARACIH: PTI Naz Baloch joins PPP

Evrard Martin
Juillet 17, 2017

"I disagree with the PTI's policies which focus only at Punjab and the centre's politics", she added.

A prominent female leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Naz Baloch on Sunday announced to leave her political party to join the Pakistan People's Party.

She said she felt as if she had come home as her father has been a staunch supporter of the ideology of the PPP's founder Shaheed Zulifqar Ali Bhutto.

She said that the workers were getting angry and leaving the party to join others.

She also said that PTI Chief Imran Khan is not the leader of the youths in the country.

She however said that she did not have any ill will against Imran Khan and continued to respect him.

"Bilawal Bhutto is truly representing the youth. Imran sb did not give time to Sindh nor the organization", Naz Baloch said.

She alleged that just male leaders of the party were taking administrative decisions of the PTI as women leaders were made to stay away from such party affairs.

She advised the PTI chief Imran Khan to save whatever party had been left with him.

She said that PTI's organisational structure in Karachi and Sindh has been damaged, as it appears that the PTI was playing musical chairs with only four people who have been consistently appointed president of Karachi and Sindh on a rotation basis. "My services being a daughter of Karachi under the leadership of Imran Khan are not a secret to anyone", she said. "I will continue their mission with the incumbent party leadership", she said. "The party, which championed the youth and called for change, has, itself, changed", Naz Baloch said. She ran for election to the national assembly from Karachi's Constituency NA-240 in May 2013.

"We will soon summon the assembly session and discuss issues on which the governor has raised objection (s), Shah said, adding, "The assembly is the supreme decision-making forum in the province", he said". "These people are responsible for the party's defeat in recent by-elections", she said.

Although her father is a high-ranking PPP member, she turned down the option of being a member of the family party to join the PTI - a move which surprised her father.

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