ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has vowed to address reservations of party workers over distribution of party tickets for the forthcoming elections.
In his message to old party workers, Khan said, "If any of you feel you have been neglected or unfairly overlooked in allocation of party tickets, you should bring a petition to PTI central office."
The petition should be addressed to additional secretary general Arshad Dad, the PTI chief wrote on Twitter.
"I will personally review each petition and take action accordingly," he vowed.
"I would never knowingly treat any of our old workers and loyalists unjustly."
Earlier on Saturday, PTI workers staged a protest outside the Bani Gala residence of the PTI chief. The protest continued overnight with dozens of workers alleging that the party did not issue tickets on the basis of merit.
On the weekend, a protest was held on Ilford Lane, East London, by supporters of another PTI member Aatif Chaudhry. The protestors called on Imran Khan to review his decision and award ticket to Chaudhry.