Imran Khan: Another colleague of Imran Khan left his side in trouble, till now a total of 7 PTI leaders have left the party

Pakistan News: The difficulties of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan are not taking the name of abatement. On the one hand, while the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party is being declared as a banned organization, on the other hand Imran’s associates are leaving him one by one. Now senior PTI leader Jai Prakash has announced to leave the party. Addressing the media in Karachi, he condemned the violence in the country during the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. 

Addressing a press conference in Karachi, PTI leader Jai Prakash said, “I am deeply saddened by the violence that took place on May 9 in the name of peaceful protest. On that day, there were attacks in the name of protest, in which army installations were targeted. When asked about leaving the party, he said that there was no pressure on him to leave PTI. He said, “I have been crying for Pakistan since the May 9 incident and there is no pressure on me.” 

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7 senior leaders have quit PTI 

Please tell that till now a total of 7 senior leaders have left PTI. Former cabinet minister and Khan’s special advisor Malik Amin Aslam has also left the party. Aslam said during the press conference that it is impossible to walk with the agenda that breaks the country. Malik was the chairman of the PTI working committee. 

Why was there a ruckus? 

Significantly, after the arrest of Imran Khan, incidents of arson and sabotage were seen all over Pakistan. During that time there were attacks on Jinnah House, Army Headquarters and ISI Headquarters. It is believed that these attacks were carried out by PTI workers. Those involved in the violence are being arrested. 

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