Naz Baloch of PTI joins PPP

Naz Baloch of PTI joins PPP

Naz Baloch of PTI joins PPP

"They are focused on the centre", she asserted.

In an untoward development, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Karachi stalwart Naz Baloch ditched the party to join Pakistan Peoples Party on Sunday.

Ms. Naz Baloch said she considered PTI a symbol of change but with the passage of time the party itself changed for the worst.

Baloch said she worked hard for party on social media and dedicated herself for the party, but Khan totally neglected her.

Baloch said that she had repeatedly told PTI chief Imran Khan that the party's workers from Sindh were unhappy and needed their issues to be addressed as well and that Khan's focus was only Punjab. "This is done by the Karachi party leadership, and I raised my voice about it prominently while I was with PTI", she added. She said it was certainly an unusual political phenomenon, which could astonish the people that someone who had been associated with Imran Khan had now chose to join the PPP. "I don't wish to defame a party with whom I have had a good run", she said.

She claimed that only PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is representing youth at present.

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She alleged that just male leaders of the party were taking administrative decisions of the PTI as women leaders were made to stay away from such party affairs.

"Faryal Talpur has given the women respect, brought them into the decision-making process and kept them in the loop". "No one comes forward apart from four faces, it's like musical chairs in intra-party elections".

She said that owing to lack of attention by the leadership of PTI, the party had lost whatever mandate it had earned in Karachi in the last general elections. "Our doors are open for everyone as Naz Baloch has rejoined her own family", she said.

She said that she would continue doing the same under the leadership of the PPP.

On the occasion, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said Naz Baloch and her father had started off their political career under the guidance of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and added "Baloch's re-joining the party will strengthen the party's Karachi chapter".

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