LANDI KOTAL: Rift in the neighborhood bankruptcy of ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf deepened on Tuesday whilst the birthday party’s candidate for PK-one zero five and his supporters demanded of prime Minister Imran Khan to eliminate Federal Minister for non secular Affairs Noorul Haq Qadri from the cupboard and expel him from the celebration.

Addressing a press convention right here, Shahid Hussain, PTI candidate for PK-one hundred and five, accused the minister of supporting independent candidate Sher Mat Khan towards him all through the continued election campaign for July 20 polls for the provincial meeting seats.

He alleged that Noorul Haq Qadri and his family participants commenced his opposition while he become offered party ticket despite the fact that the federal minister too became a member of the parliamentary board, which offered tickets to applicants in the course of tribal districts.


Mr Hussain stated that Ahle Sunnath wal Jamaat, a religious agency headed through the federal minister, also overtly introduced complete help to his rival impartial candidate Sher Mat Khan, who had additionally carried out for birthday celebration ticket but became denied by the parliamentary board.

“The mind-set of Noorul Haq Qadri is in opposition to the celebration’s constitution and ideas and consequently the top minister is requested to put off him from the cabinet and also droop his party simple club as he's brazenly assisting someone towards the party’s nominee,” said Mr Hussain.

He demanded of the federal minister to explain the reasons why he and his employer became towards his personal birthday party while he become absolutely backed and supported by means of birthday celebration workers at some stage in the July 2018 fashionable elections. He said that the minister received the national assembly seat with the aid of birthday party workers.

Mr Hussain threatened to stage a protest demonstration at chief Minister’s residence in Peshawar and Banigala in Islamabad if disciplinary motion become now not taken towards Noorul Haq Qadri.

published in sunrise, July tenth, 2019