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ISLAMABAD: PTI stalwart and senior leader Jahangir Tareen on Wednesday termed all reports false and fabricated pertaining to his exit from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.
Speaking to the journalists at the banking court where he came to attend his bail hearing, Tareen said that neither he is meeting former president Asif Ali Zardari nor joining the PPP.
In the light of the case hearings, PTL leader told media persons that “Not one, not two but three FIRs have been registered against me.”
He questioned the authorities that why he was being subjected to political revenge as “Out of the 80 sugar mill owners, all they could see was Jahangir Tareen.”
“My loyalty is being tested”, said Tareen and added that an inquiry against him, relating to the sugar crisis, has been going on since the last year.
He furthered questioned that under what circumstances his accounts and his son Ali Tareen’s had been frozen? Who is doing this? Who benefits from this?”
PTI leader also said that he was “asking for justice from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.”
Despite his grievances against the ruling party, Tareen said he was not parting ways with the PTI. “I am a member of the PTI and will remain so,” he said.