Pakistan

Chaudhry Nisar Will Be Joining PTI

Many senior and veteran politicians from Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) are not very happy with the expected appointment of Maryam Nawaz as the new party leader. Veteran and experienced politicians like Chaudhry Nisar said in a press conference that he will be more than happy to work under Nawaz Sharif & Shahbaz Sharif, but he will not work under Maryam Nawaz as party leader because she is just an amateur. And many senior politicians from every party thinks that there is no comparison between Ch Nisar & Maryam Nawaz in the political field, he is a very senior, experienced, and veteran politician with more than 25 years of practical & professional politics, ad she is just amateur in the field of politics, and don’t understand politics as Ch Nisar does.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chairman Imran Khan invites Chaudhry Nisar to Join his party (PTI). He was addressing to a press conference and said it would be very nice for Pakistani politics if Ch Nisar joins PTI and PTI will be supporting Ch Nisar in the upcoming 2018 elections if he decides to contest as an independent candidate instead of on PML(N) ticket. Imran Khan said Ch Nisar is a vigilant and very senior and experienced politician with a vision for greater and stronger Pakistan, and he is not a corrupt politician but unfortunately, he has been supporting the wrong company of fellow politicians like Khawaja Saad Rafique, Ahsan Iqbal & PML(N) leaders Sharif brothers.

On the other hand, Imran Khan further said in that press conference that the possibility of making an alliance with young PPP leader Bilawal Zardari is totally out of questions. He further said Bilawal Zardari is just an inexperienced Kid in Pakistani politics and making an alliance with him means joining hands with Asif Ali Zardari, which is not possible unless they bring all the looted money from abroad back to Pakistan. Imran Khan further said right after the announcement of General Election Schedule many of PML(N) candidates will leave the party and join other parties or simply run the election on Independent seats.

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