PTI makes inroads into Chaudhrys’ den


    By: Jawad R Awan | May 17, 2012

    LAHORE - The PTI successfully making inroads in the ‘House of Chaudhrys of Gujrat’ has taken into its folds Chaudhry Mubashar Hussain, a close relative of Chaudhrys, besides former PML-Q MPA from Depalpur, Malik Nazar Fareed Khokhar along with several former nazims and local leaders.

    The fresh joining in PTI took place at the residence of party Chief Imran Khan on Wednesday, while the baptism of the newcomers was performed by PTI Chief with a welcome note.

    Chaudhry Mubashar Hussain, who was a former MNA joined the PTI after parting ways with PML-N, however political factor of Mubashar’s blood relation PML-Q Chief Chaudhary Shujaat Hussain and senior leader Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi was more important than his former political affiliation with the ruling party of Punjab.

    The joining of Chaudhry Mubashar is being seen in the political circles of Gujrat with serious blow to the traditional grip of Chaudhrys of PML-Q on Gujrat.

    The inclusion of Nazar Fareed Khokhar along with several former nazims into PTI from Depalpur depicts the picture of shaking base of the PML-Q.

    The others who joined the PTI include Chaudhry Asad Nawaz Khan, Malik Mobeen Khokar, Malik Azhar Hussain Khokar, Haji Sardar Majeed Dogar, Chaudhry Ahmed Nawaz, Muhammad Iqbal Mahar, Chaudhry Tariq Irshad Ali Khan, Rao Zaeem Haider, Imran Chaudhry, Malik Aftab Aslam, Mian Muhammad Akram, Sardar Faiz Ahmed, Muhammad Ahmed and a prominent businessman Nayyar Hussain.

    Imran Khan speaking on this occasion said that Parliament’s resolutions were being blatantly ignored to reopen Nato Supply routes. He warned the ruling coalition of public wrath if any decision in contradiction to the sentiments and aspirations of the people of Pakistan was taken.

    He while claiming that it has become clear that the Nato supply routes were not closed on principles alleged that rulers closed down the supply routes to bargain a high price for cutting the supply line.

    Imran claimed that both federal and provincial governments were spending public funds on their own luxuries, while the people were dejected in face of unprecedented price hikes, unemployment and load shedding. Imran said that that people have lost all hope in PML-N and parties of PPP-led coalition and were joining PTI, as it would bring a real change if voted to power, adding that PTI would get a sizeable number of seats in the Parliament and provincial assemblies if the next polls would be held in a transparent manner.

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