PTI faces another big setback

PTI faces another big setback

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) faced another setback as approximately 32 members from Sindh declared their intention to join the Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP).

This decision to switch party allegiance was formally announced during a meeting held at the residence of Mahmood Maulvi, the IPP Sindh President. Among the members making this move were notable figures such as Asad Aman and 31 other Union Council chairmen.

In a separate context, Imran Ismail, a senior leader of IPP, expressed deep emotions, conveying his disappointment despite unwavering dedication.

Ismail conveyed his belief that his extensive efforts for the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had not yielded the expected results.

A press conference in Karachi provided the platform for Imran Ismail, accompanied by Mehmood Maulvi, to reflect on the initial motivations that inspired them to establish the PTI. They shared their vision for creating a 'Naya Pakistan' during this event.