PTI lawmakers ‘unhappy’, likely to resign over ‘injustices’ to Jahangir Tareen


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Some of the legislators of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) offered to quit the assemblies to show their solidarity in support of party stalwart Jahangir Tareen.

As per the report of Geo News, these discussions were held during a meeting at Tareen’s residence in Lahore on Saturday.

More than 30 members of both the national and provincial assemblies attended the meeting and discussed various ways of how to go ahead with the part in future, most of them were also ready to tender their resignations, Geo News report said.

As per the sources, the lawmakers opined if “injustices” not stop against Tareen, then the option of resignations would be selected.

Moreover, another meeting has been called on April 21 at the same venue to discuss Prime Minister Imran Khan’s silence over a letter sent by party members expressing dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs and the Tareen’s issue as well.


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