- Controversy over PTI’s ticket for Balochistan forward of Senate elections has turn into much more difficult
- PTI’s parliamentary board first gave ticket to Abdul Qadir however reversed its transfer because of protests, deciding on Zahoor Agha as an alternative
- Agha’s PTI membership was suspended after he was served a show-cause discover following a sit-in at Bani Gala
ISLAMABAD: The controversy surrounding the ruling PTI’s ticket for Balochistan forward of the upcoming Senate elections has turn into much more difficult after it emerged Monday that the most recent candidate’s social gathering membership had been earlier suspended.
As reported by Geo Urdu, The PTI parliamentary board had first handed the ticket to Abdul Qadir however the social gathering’s determination obtained flak from its native leaders, main it to reverse its transfer and choose Syed Zahoor Agha as an alternative.
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A building enterprise tycoon, Abdul Qadir “wholeheartedly” accepted the PTI’s determination of retracting the Senate ticket from him and vowed that he would even “sacrifice his life” for Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The MPA revealed that he participated within the ruling social gathering’s rallies in 2012 and 2013 however refuted claims throughout an interview with Geo Information programme “Naya Pakistan” that he was a member of the Balochistan Awami Social gathering (BAP).
After the ticket was awarded to Agha, it now turned out that his membership within the PTI had been suspended earlier after he was served a show-cause discover following a sit-in at Bani Gala.
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Nonetheless, the PTI regime’s newest candidate has refused to discuss his stance on the matter however submitted his nomination papers for the Senate elections.
Then again, Qadir submitted his nomination papers for the Senate election as an impartial candidate after the PTI withdrew his ticket.