Islamabad: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said Pakistani government Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) of PM Imran Khan would be dispatched in January next year.
He made the comment at a time when the PTI is preparing to form government in the Gilgit-Baltistan region with the inclusion of five independents in the party.
The poll was seen as close competition, with opposition parties even claiming that the election was “rigged”.
“We have to send Imran Khan packing because he has failed on all fronts, whether for the cause of Kashmir or for Covid-19. This PTI government doesn’t have the capacity, ”said Bhutto, quoted by Dawn News, as he spoke to reporters on Thursday.
“Don’t become a minister for two to three months,” he said, calling on independent candidates to protect the rights of the British.
Meanwhile, the PTI now has the support of 16 members of the 33-member GBLA as five independent winners announced their decision to join the party on Thursday, Dawn News.
All of these independents were contenders for PTI tickets and contested the election despite being denied the ticket.
Those who joined the PTI are Wazir Muhammad Saleem, Raja Nasir Ali Khan, Mushtaq Hussain, Abdul Hameed and Javed Ali Manwa, the newspaper said.
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