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Several leaders, including Wasim Akram Plus, resign from PTI politics and party.

LAHORE: The exodus of leaders from Pakistan to Tehreek-e-Insaf continued as former Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar among other leaders announced exit from party And politics on Friday.

Speech at a press conference in Lahore, Buzdar, who did not specify whether he also Leaving the party said, “Keep in view situation in country – we have always done politics of virtue and encourage it. But in current political situation, I decided to leave politics”.

Condemnation of violent incidents of May 9 – when civil and military the installations were vandalized by angry protesters – he claimed he always stood with pakistani army and will keep on doing so.

Commenting on ongoing political crisis in countries, Bazdar said: “I want ask all interested parties set apart from your ego [think beyond] their parties and work for better future of Pakistan.”

“I also expand my best wishes to all, former main minister added.

Citing arrests across the country made against those who are allegedly involved in May 9 incidents, Bazdar said help should be given to all “innocent citizens” who were in prison is called for their immediate release.

Bazdar decision quit politics came a day after Khattak, former head of KP minister resigned from his job party positions.

Usman Dara brother leaves politics

On the other hand, Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Usman Dar brother Amir Dar decided to leave the fighting party and quit politics.

Speaking at a press conference, Mr. Dar condemned events what unfolded on May 9, adding that he decides to leave politics because of business obligations.

“I have suffered losses in business because of politics. I have no conflict with any institution,” he said. added”.

Speaking of political future of his brothers, Mr. Dar said, “This up Usman Dar and Assad Dar stay or leave party”.

Earlier today, PTI Sindh Vice President Amir Bakhsh Bhutto stepped down from his post. post. Speaking at a press conference with with PTI Sindh Vice President Allah Bakhsh Unar Mr. Bhutto said: “I am not interested in that right now. in politics. I am ready to donate for for the sake of of country and my companions.

He added”I will decide the political future after consultation with my companions.”

Speaking of events what happened on On May 9, Mr. Bhutto said: “Vandalism on May 9 is condemned.”

Taking a taunt at the fighting party, Mr. Bhutto said, “Why military objects attacked?

Meanwhile Mr. Unar also left his posts after the events of May 9th. mayhem.

Former MPA Mian Shafi from South Punjab leaves PTI

Meanwhile, the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) received another blow from the southern Punjab. former MPA Mian Shafi Muhammad announced leaving party on Friday.

“I strongly condemn the May 9 incident,” said Mian Shafi Mohammed. in his video message.

“I am standing with Khusro Bakhtiyar and Hashim Javan Bakht. added.

It should be noted here that office-bearers and legislators of PTI leaves party after the May 9 protests.

Meanwhile, former provincial minister Pir Ghulam Mohiuddin Chishti on Friday announced farewell ways with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) says it has nothing to do with V party more.

Speaking at news conference here, he said those who attacked military and civil installations on On May 9, there were no Pakistanis.

He said that no Pakistani could even think of attacks on the armed forces.

“I had joined PTI is due to some close friends and has now decided to leave,” he said.

announcement came after several PTI leaders, including Shirin Mazari and Ali Haider Zaidi, resigned from politics for now also farewell ways with PTI over May 9 events.

Other Leaders Aamer Mehmood Kiani, Barrister Malika Bokhari, Imran Ismail, Murad Raas and Malik Amin Aslam also quit party while Assad Umar and Pervez Khattak resigned party positions, but remained in V party.

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