Workers of various parties from Chitral join PTI

SWAT, (MANEND NEWS): Prominent Chitrali personalities belonging to opposition
political parties have joined the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).  Among
the prominent personalities who joined were Hina Rehman President Women
Wing PPP Chitral, Haji Abdul Rehman President MQM Chitral, Jawad Karim
PPP Chamarkan, Nisar Ahmad Khan UC President Ayun, Mohammad Rahim Vice
President ANP Chitral, Mohammad Zia  Shah Tehsil President PPP,
Atiq-ur-Rehman Worker JUI Chitral, Haider Baig PML-N Chitral and Jaffar
Ali Social Worker are worth mentioning. President Pakistan
Tehreek-e-Insaf Malakand Region Fazal Hakeem Khan Yousafzai, Advisor on
Minority Affairs Wazirzada, Leader Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chitral
Abdul Latif, President Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Lower Chitral Sajjad
Ahmed, Chairman Zakat Committee Chitral Muhammad Qasim and  President
Justice Youth Wing Lower Chitral Shafiq ur Rehman welcomed newcomers to
the party.  Speaking on the occasion, PTI Malakand Division President
and Chairman DDAC Fazal Hakeem Khan Yousafzai said that the opposition
parties had disappointed the people with their earlier performance and
now their childish politics was coming to an end due to
misrepresentation.  He said that the enthusiastic manner in which the
political people are joining the PTI and the transparency with which the
new development era has begun, it is not difficult to guess that the
future of Pakistan is connected with the PTI.  He said that the year
2023 will also dawn with the full success of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. 
Chairman DDAC further said that due to the vision of Prime Minister
Imran Khan and full dedication of Chief Minister Mahmood Khan, the
province is setting the best milestones of development.  The newly
joined political figures thanked PTI Malakand Division President Fazal
Hakeem Khan Yousafzai and vowed to further organize the party in Chitral
under his leadership.

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