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Liaquat Jatoi quits PML-N posts

29 January, 2014

KARACHI: Former chief minister Sindh, Liaquat Jatoi on Tuesday announced to quit all post of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz).

During a press conference here, annoyed Jatoi said he had been requesting for a meeting with Prime Minister since nine months but Nawaz Sharif did not give time to him and other party leaders from Sindh.

He said party leaders in Sindh were being ignored by the main leadership of PML-N for a long time.

Jatoi said he did not want any ministry post but wanted to inform Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif about the problems the party is facing in the province.

He said people of Sindh supported PML-N and voted it to power but Nawaz Sharif never looked back to them after taking charge of top post of the country.

Ex-CM said he has no personal enmity with anybody in PML-N but provincial leadership was being ignored for a long time.

On query, Jatoi said he has stepped down from all posts of PML-N including Election Committee of Sindh chapter and Chief coordinator but did not quit the party so far.

However, Jatoi said he can join Pakistan Peoples Party or any other political party after consultation with his mates.

He said various political parties have contacted him but he did not decide future plan yet.


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