Member of National Assembly (MNA) Mohsin Dawar announced the formation of a new political party National Democratic Movement (NDM) on Wednesday.
Speaking to the media in Peshawar, Dawar said the agenda of his party was to ensure the rights of all the people living in the country and provide them with all basic facilities.
He added that he was the chief organizer of the new party and the constitution of the NDM was aimed at providing rights to all Pakistanis including those living along the tribal belt.
Dawar said he would support Qaumi Tahufiz Movement.
“There is a great need of a national party which is democratic in nature because all other parties in the past have taken dictations. Our party is a democratic one and we will give all organizations in the country their due rights,” he said, adding that fresh blood was part of the party apart from Afrasiab Khattak, Abdul Latif Afridi Advocate, Bushra Gohar and other senior politicians.
Dawar maintained that his party agenda was to educate children in their mother tongue, advocating a free foreign policy for the country, economic self-sufficiency and other matters.
Published in The Express Tribune, September 2nd, 2021.
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