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Imran Khan’s woman leader Malika Bukhari resigns from PTI, 3 leaders leave the party

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Three leaders of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) announced on Thursday (May 25) that they will quit Imran Khan’s party. Many leaders have left the party after the May 9 riots. Malaika Bukhari said in a press conference in Islamabad, ‘I condemn the incidents that happened on 9th May. The incident of 9th May is very painful for every Pakistani. Announcing his separation from the PTI party, Bukhari said that he was not under any pressure and no one forced him to take this decision. She said that as a lawyer, I want to play a positive role in Pakistan. I also want to spend time with my family.

Malaika Bukhari left the party after being released from jail

Malaika Bukhari left the party hours after she was released from Adiala Jail, where she was arrested under Section 4 of the Maintenance of Public Order Act. Bukhari supported the decision of the authorities investigating the May 9 incidents and said those behind the violent incidents should be punished.

Bukhari said that he is not under any pressure

 

He said that when someone crosses the danger mark, action should be taken as per the law. In addition, Jamshed Cheema said in a separate press conference that he and his wife could not continue with the Khan-led party because of the violence that followed the PTI leader’s arrest. I myself was at the Corps Commander’s house. I was saddened to see what was happening there. Those involved in this should be punished.

Politics is in our blood – Jamshed Cheema

Jamshed Cheema said that if his workers are violent then it is the failure of the party. Politics is in our blood. The decision to leave was not an easy one. You serve the country in politics, but not at the cost of the army.

Former Finance Minister of Pakistan Asad Umar has resigned from the post of Secretary General of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Pakistan-based The Express Tribune newspaper reported that Umar Adiala made the announcement soon after his release from prison. Omar announced his decision on Wednesday during a press conference at the National Press Club in Islamabad.