Political Shuffle: PTI announces new Sindh president

Leghari is a former provincial minister of irrigation and power, who served during the PML-Q government.


Our Correspondent April 01, 2012

KARACHI:


The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Sindh executive council has been dissolved and the new president of the party’s Sindh chapter is Nadir Khan Leghari, confirmed adviser to party chief Imran Khan, Imran Ismail.


Leghari is a former provincial minister of irrigation and power, who served during the Pakistan Muslim League- Quaid government in 2002. He lost his seat (PS-7 Ghotki-III) in the 2008 general elections. The PTI Sindh information secretary, Sarwar Rajput, was however clueless about the development and said that the party workers will hold an emergency meeting at 9 pm on Saturday. He said that they would call Naeemul Haque, who was the head of the PTI in Sindh till Saturday.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 1st, 2012.

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