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N-League claims cracks in PTI

Lahore: Pakistan Muslim League sources have claimed that the wickets of Tehreek-e-Insaaf have started falling even before the elections and Leghari family has decided to quit the party due to being ignored. Similarly, about a dozen other former ministers and jurists are also expected to leave the party which were sure to win elections

According to PML-N, many leaders of PTI are disappointed and frustrated due to being continuously ignored by party leadership and are waiting to part ways with Imran Khan and contacting them.

Those politicians include Hotis from Mardan, Awans from Chakwal ,Sardar Jamal Khan Laghari and Sardar Awais Leghari of Dera Ghazi Khan, Malik Ghulam Abbas from Chakwal, Malik Amin Aslam from Khushab and Khawaja Khan Hoti of Mardan.

Leghari family is also angry over being ignored in the recent party nominations when Ashaq Khan Khakwani was appointed central vice president of the party in place of Awais Leghari who had applied for the post but Imran Khan preferred Khakwani over Leghari junior.

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