EX-PM Imran Khan, the former prime minister, and party chairman has received resignation letters from all 26 of Pakistan Tehreek-e-(PTI) Insaf’s legislators in the Sindh Assembly.
Details indicate that a group of PTI Sindh MPAs, led by Ali Zaidi, paid a visit to the former premier at his home in Lahore’s Zaman Park. On this occasion, members Haleem Adil Sheikh, Khurram Sher Zaman, and others were present.
All 26 of Pakistan Tehreek-e-(PTI) Insaf members of the Sindh Assembly presented their resignations to Imran Khan during the meeting.
The parliamentary party reiterated its support for PTI Chairman Haqeeqi Azadi, claiming that Imran was the rightful owner of the seats in the provincial assemblies. We will back any choice Imran makes, he continued.
It is important to note that Imran Khan, the previous prime minister, had declared that his party would leave all of the assemblies.
“We won’t participate in this nation’s political system. Speaking to party members and supporters at Rawalpindi Jalsa, the former premier declared, “We have decided to resign from all assemblies.
According to Imran Khan, his party opted against traveling to Islamabad in order to prevent any turmoil or devastation. After conferring with the chief ministers and the parliamentary party, he said, “I would announce the date of resignations.”
Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), declared earlier in the day that he will dissolve the assembly of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa this month.
Addressing PTI KP lawmakers via video link from his Zaman Town mansion in Lahore, Imran Khan said that his dialogue offer to PDM was just meant to emphasize the gravity of the situation.
The former premier complained that the ruling coalition had rejected his offer of negotiations and added that the PTI would dissolve the assemblies of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa this month and hold elections.
He emphasized once more that both CMs of Punjab, Chaudhry Pervez Elahi and KP Mahmood Khan, fully support PTI and will dissolve the provincial parliament at his first instruction. Imran stated, “My offer was in good faith for the benefit of the nation.”