70 PML-N MNA on diverging path with party leadership after Panama verdict

70 PML-N MNA on diverging path with party leadership after Panama verdict
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ISLAMABAD: The crisis in the ruling PML-N is said to be worsening as number of MNAs are set to quit the party if the Party leadership refused to obey the Supreme Court verdict.
PML-N dissident Zulfiqar Khosa said on Wednesday that he was in contact with scores of MNAs from the party who were ready to desert their leadership after the recent JIT report fiasco. Khosa said that the situation of PML-N and PPP was the same, with its members both quitting their parties.


"You see now how PPP members are breaking away and joining PTI," he said. "The same situation exists within the PML-N at the moment," he added.

Khosa said that these MNAs would never sink with the party's leadership. He stated that they would leave PML-N leadership and not even hesitate to remember the promises they had made to the Sharifs in case Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is disqualified.

In response to a question of how many MNAs were in contact with him, Khosa said that there were more than 70.

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