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Prominent leaders of political parties to join PTI: Pervez Khattak

04 June, 2017

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PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak revealed on Saturday that prominent leaders of other political parties would join Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf after Ramazan, which would further strengthen the party's position in the province for upcoming general election.

He was speaking to media men at his residence Nowsehra he claimed that the overall position of the PTI suggest that party would sweep the coming general election, adding that after the Ramadan consultation meetings across the province would be taken place and prominent leaders of the other political parties to join PTI. He said during the last four years the vision of the PTI chief Imran Khan has been aptly translated and workers and leaders of the opponent's parties disposing off their allegiance and joining their camp. Pervez Khattak said that almost all projects promised by the PTI government with the people of the province have been complete and utilized all available resources for public interest. He said that 2018 election would show more power of the PTI in the province as people have for the time experience the fruit of the reforms and good governance.

All successive governments in the province worked for their vested interest and never paid attention to reforms and investment of the provincial potentials therefore they remain obscure from the scene of politics he claimed. The vision of Imran Khan and hard work of the PTI team in the province has put complete debacle system on track and generation after generation would remember this outstanding performance of the party he added.

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