ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MNA Ayesha Gulalai announced her exit from the party apparently over the grounds of ‘immoral’ behavior of Imran Khan; however, sources say, real story behind the allegation is different.
According to our correspondent, Gulalai was convinced by PML-N senior leader Amir Muqam to quit the party following their meeting at Governor House Peshawar where the PTI MNA had decided to leave the party. Her grievances were apparently exploited by Amir Muqam.
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The issue of refusal of party ticket to her by Imran Khan is also a reason behind her decision to party ways with PTI.
The third motive, according to sources, is the fundraising issue. “She had been collecting party funds in Dubai for last one year, but when Imran Khan asked her to provide its details, she got angry,” a source said.
Both the issues of ticket and the fundraising led her to launch tirade against party chairman Imran Khan and other top party members at a press conference.
She demanded Imran Khan’s disqualification under Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution, saying that the PTI chief is ‘dishonest’ and this fact should be considered by the Supreme Court during proceedings of a case seeking the PTI leader’s disqualification.
She said Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak is involved in massive corruption and distributing jobs illegally among his relatives. – Samaa
Story first published: 2nd August 2017