PPP leader Uzma Bukhari resigns from party, Punjab Assembly

Bukhari resigns because of differences with the party.

Web Desk February 15, 2013
A file photo of Uzma Bukhari. PHOTO: EXPRESS

LAHORE: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) member Uzma Bukhari has resigned from the Punjab Assembly and the party, Express News reported on Friday.

She has resigned because of differences with the party.

While speaking to Express News, Bukhari said the “current PPP is not the one she joined under the leadership of Benazir Bhutto.”

“I had expressed my concerns but to no avail,” she said.

Bukhari said the party failed to provide relief to the common man.

Earlier in December 2012, three PPP MPAs submitted their resignations in the assembly secretariat and announced their decision to join Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N).


AZ | 10 years ago | Reply

you are right. they will sweep government revenues into their personal bank accounts. @DevilHunterX:

DevilHunterX | 10 years ago | Reply

Everyone knows that PML (N) will sweep up after the elections.

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