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    "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response





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    What Rubbish! A Very Evelish Wickedly Thought of Article by Someone who is not a Well Wisher of PTI !

    Sardar Jamal Leghari ‏@JamalLeghari
    RUBBISH ! Many Narrations, Quotes of this Article are Rubbish! Extremely Malicious & Wicked is My Description!




    ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) is staring at a major dent in its ranks as the powerful Leghari clan from Dera Ghazi Khan has decided to leave the party, a move that could be potentially followed by another half a dozen former ministers and legislators, known as “elect-ables”.

    These elect-able leaders have been waiting to part ways with Imran Khan in utter desperation and frustration for being ignored time and again by the party chief and his preference for non-elect-ables and technocrats, Pakistan Today has learnt reliably.
    More than two PTI leaders told Pakistan Today that since there was no more a visible support of the establishment to the PTI, traditional politicians who were in a habit of changing their political affiliations with a hope of gaining power within days and weeks, are now weighing their options due to Imran’s unfriendly attitude and his preference for experts.
    Although PTI Information Secretary Shafqat Mahmood expressed ignorance about any such development taking place within the party ranks, internal bickering and frustration within the PTI has reached an all time high and traditional politicians are openly expressing their anger against “technocrats”, who according to them “had no constituency” but were being given much importance by Imran, while they were being totally ignored in the party’s decision-making process and press interactions.
    “Among those who had joined the PTI only a few months back dreaming for acquiring power within days and weeks are now repenting their bad decision-making. Among the upset leaders are the Hotis of Mardan, Awans of Chakwal and several others,” a well-placed source in the PTI said, requesting not to be named.
    “Imran Khan used to take pride in claiming before the media that he would soon get more wickets of opponents. But this time around he is going down, as his own wickets are ready to fall with around half a dozen party leaders set to leave the party once the Legharis make their decision public,” the source said. The source added that disappointed politicians who had decided to leave the party included Sardar Jamal Khan Leghari and Sardar Owais Khan Leghari of DG Khan, Malik Ghulam Abbas of Chakwal, Malik Amin Aslam from Khushab and Khawaja Khan Hoti of Mardan.
    “Legharis are also angry over being ignored in the party’s recent nominations when Ishaq Khan Khakwani was appointed the central vice president in place of Owais Leghari, who had requested for the same slot. However, Imran Khan preferred Khakwani over Leghari junior which infuriated him. After making up his mind, Sardar Owais Leghari recently informed Imran Khan of his decision to leave the PTI. He also informed him the reasons of his decision to leave the party, contending that he wanted to keep his Leghari tribe intact as his uncles Maqsood Leghari and Jaffer Leghari were unhappy with his decision of joining the PTI. However, Leghari assured Imran Khan that his family would contest next elections independently and would not join any other party,” the source added.
    He said Owais Leghari also informed Imran that if his family did not contest the next election together, it might lose all seats in DG Khan and any split within the family might cost them heavily.
    The source said the disappointed politicians were unhappy with the assertion that the PTI had been “hijacked” by technocrats who had no constituency but they were dictating terms to politicians who had been elected by their people.
    However, the insider said the Legharis were in fact unhappy for being ignored by Imran Khan, as they were never consulted on major decisions, which were being made solely by technocrats and Imran.
    “The PTI has become a party run by technocrats and the Niazi family who have no understanding of politics. Today, the PTI is being run by Imran Khan Niazi, Hafeezullah Niazi, Saifullah Niazi, Inamullah Niazi, Asad Umar, etc. Politicians like Javed Hashmi, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Owais Leghari and others have either been sidelined or have simply been ignored,” the source quoted an angry politician as saying during a recent party meeting held at Lahore.
    Another source in the PTI confirmed that the Legharis had decided to leave the party, adding that Khawaja Khan Hoti had also decided to leave.
    “Actually, too much influence of Niazis has virtually sidelined all political heavyweights. Moreover, the Niazis have also been urging old party workers to harass newcomers and the party is fast turning into a liberal fascist group,” the source added.
    The source said Imran Khan tried to impress seasoned politicians in private meetings by claiming that the Goldsmith family was supporting his political career and Zac and Ben Goldsmith, both brothers of Jemima Khan, referred to him as the next prime minister of Pakistan.
    “This might be a major reason behind the establishment backing out from supporting the PTI due to Goldsmith family’s influence on Imran.”
    The source added that the politicians were realizing that they had joined an inexperienced politician who had no knowledge of ground realities and the tricks of trade necessary to win elections in Pakistan.
    “Even Shah Mahmood Qureshi is facing a tough time from his family for joining the PTI and is facing family disputes of one or the other kind,” the source added.
    “After facing a jolt due to departure of his younger brother Murid Qureshi, Shah Qureshi was left red-faced at a recent family get together when his brother-in-law Pir Shujaat Hasnain Qureshi, a former MPA, stunned the gathering by complaining that he was being harassed in the PTI by old workers. He also complained that they were happy in the PPP, but Qureshi’s decision had landed them in trouble with no hopes of winning the next election,” the source added.
    He said on the other hand, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi had also been sidelined and he had been working in isolation. However, the source added that Hashmi had exhausted all his options and was forced to stick with the PTI.
    PTI leader Shafqat Mahmood neither contradicted nor confirmed the development, saying, “I have no knowledge about any such development.”
    However, when asked if he was not contradicting Pakistan Today’s information it would mean that he was confirming it, Mahmood took cognizance of the situation and said he would contradict.
    But former PTI secretary information Umar Sarfraz Cheema came up with a bold stance and said people would come and go but the PTI would stick to its ideology and policies.
    “It is the democratic right of a politician to join or leave a party per his ideology. However, it appears such people could not get what they were dreaming of from the PTI,” he added. Cheema said perhaps such people thought they would be given party tickets upon joining the PTI, adding that the PTI had a laid down criteria and procedure under which tickets and offices would be given.
    Asked about the withdrawal of support by establishment to the PTI, Cheema said the PTI never sought support from the establishment.
    “We neither sought the establishment’s support ever nor do we have intentions of doing so. We have always focused on mass mobilization and today the PTI is the only party having registered ten million workers,” he added.
    Cheema also rubbished the claim of hijacking of the party by technocrats.
    Owais and Jamal Khan Leghari and 30 other top politicians had joined the PTI on December 20, 2011, including 10 sitting and former parliamentarians and federal ministers such as Jahangir Khan Tareen, Ghulam Sarwar Khan and Sikandar Bosan.

    http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2012...o-fall-in-pti/

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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    This is pathetic paid article of noora league.


    Noora league is crumbling in kpk, aall their leaders are fighting each other and express news posted a front page news about that but nooras are busy publishing sponsorerd articles to malign Pti. Our young supporters are naive and don't understand the games of Noora league so they believe this false propaganda .


    Lagharis, hotis, etc are not going anywhere!

    Each and every leader of Pti was leaving Pti as per the propaganda of noora league but no one left ie SMQ, Bosan, lagharis, Javed Hashmi Tareen, hoti etc!


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    I hope so brother, Allah kare aapp ki baat sach ho. otherwise it will be big big loss for PTI.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThoughtFelon View Post
    This is pathetic paid article of noora league.


    Noora league is crumbling in kpk, aall their leaders are fighting each other and express news posted a front page news about that but nooras are busy publishing sponsorerd articles to malign Pti. Our young supporters are naive and don't understand the games of Noora league so they believe this false propaganda .


    Lagharis, hotis, etc are not going anywhere!

    Each and every leader of Pti was leaving Pti as per the propaganda of noora league but no one left ie SMQ, Bosan, lagharis, Javed Hashmi Tareen, hoti etc!


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    What a pathetic paid article. Noora League is a most dirty and corrupt party of Pakistan. We must do everything in our power to get these corrupts and criminals and their paid journalists behind bars.

    This is the same onslaught they started after 25 Dec Karachi Jalsa. So this propaganda will die out too and PTI will keep on with its struggle.


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    How to tackle MEDIA GHARDI against PTI

    These days media GHARDI is on top against PTI as media owners worried by tax and no Govt Adds as they got now from ppp and PMLN Govts . So it will not easy to tackle this because IK is not giving under carpet deals for future to owners but we can suggest best ways to tackle Media GHARDI


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    No one will leave PTI IA. Its all propaganda to dis-heart confused youth.

    Quote Originally Posted by knower View Post
    I hope so brother, Allah kare aapp ki baat sach ho. otherwise it will be big big loss for PTI.


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    Re: How to tackle MEDIA GHARDI against PTI

    Down to corruption and doom to biased and sold out media


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    Seems to be clear propaganda.Reference to Goldsmith support is ridiculous! Then links with ISI support? Very far fetched. It's not good quality propaganda...


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    Re: How to tackle MEDIA GHARDI against PTI

    This is a very important problem. Many political pandits and our own leader has said that the future elections will be contested largely on media.

    My suggestion for this obvious problem:

    PTI should directly talk to media houses and tell them of their reservations. They should outline in detail their issues and talk with the media owners on these issues. (No deals, just telling the media that they are not doing their job in the right spirit and PTI knows everything about it).

    Geo is the leading tout of PMLN and it has directly indulged in propaganda against PTI. There are others like Express too. PTI should engage with them.

    If engagement does not result in a resolution, and their behaviour remains the same with PTI, then PTI should launch an official onslaught against these media houses in their speeches and press releases. Let the people know that these media houses are touts of status quo.

    However, PTI should spare certain channels like Duniya News and some small channels who are not against PTI. This will act as a block in the future media war. This way PTI will at least have a few channels sympathetic to it.

    PTI should stop being at the defensive. Just look at the behaviour of Munafiq League. Even though they are spending Punjab taxpayer money on media and social media, how shamelessly they have accused the same media of taking money from Zardari!

    PTi needs to come out and be on the offensive.


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    Re: How to tackle MEDIA GHARDI against PTI

    There is no media GARDI against PTI. Anyway, Though PTI economic program appears satisfactory and ASAD UMAR is professional but Mr Imran Khan and Asad Umar are pygmies or a highly mini version of General Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz. IK does not have more sincerity for Pakistan ( and certainly has no work experience) than Musharraf, and Asad Umar is no bigger professional than Shaukat Aziz, neither he compares with the multi national standing and experience of Shaukat Aziz. WHY SHOULD WE TRUST THEM FOR FATE OF OUR COUNTRY??? ONLY BECAUSE THEY ARE BAD AMONG THE WORSE??? WHY NOT VOTE FOR MUSHARRAF AGAIN??????? I want a logical reply and no criticism or unnecessary ranting. This is a serious issue.


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    lolz, fuuny and stupid!! Hotis son is the most active PTI person in whole mardan!! anyway, anyone who will jump from PTI at this moment will have to face the heat of media as well as youth of Pakistan for long persiod of time.. Secondly, when PTI is all set for internal elections, waziristan march, to reveal health and educational policies, 14th october ISF youth convention etc!! All these points will raise the popularity of PTI all over pakistan and will become positive discussion topics on media, so it is stupid to leave PTI right now when PPP and PML n are clealry looking like sinking ships!!


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    Noora.......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Just_one View Post
    What a pathetic paid article. Noora League is a most dirty and corrupt party of Pakistan. We must do everything in our power to get these corrupts and criminals and their paid journalists behind bars.

    This is the same onslaught they started after 25 Dec Karachi Jalsa. So this propaganda will die out too and PTI will keep on with its struggle.
    Brother kia twitter par koi jhoot nahi likh sakta.? ya aap ka khyaal mai legharis switch karnay say pehlay hee ailanaat karna shuro kar dain gay.? Bhai in siasatdano nay kitni baar jhoot bola hai..

    haan agar aap nay aisi technology invent kar li hai jis say diloo ka bhaid aap jaan saktay hain tu kindly yea bata saktay hain k Imran Khan Khwaja Asif k khilaaf kab case file kar rahay hain??? Thanks..


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    Quote Originally Posted by romeojuliet View Post
    There is no media GARDI against PTI. Anyway, Though PTI economic program appears satisfactory and ASAD UMAR is professional but Mr Imran Khan and Asad Umar are pygmies or a highly mini version of General Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz. IK does not have more sincerity for Pakistan ( and certainly has no work experience) than Musharraf, and Asad Umar is no bigger professional than Shaukat Aziz, neither he compares with the multi national standing and experience of Shaukat Aziz. WHY SHOULD WE TRUST THEM FOR FATE OF OUR COUNTRY??? ONLY BECAUSE THEY ARE BAD AMONG THE WORSE??? WHY NOT VOTE FOR MUSHARRAF AGAIN??????? I want a logical reply and no criticism or unnecessary ranting. This is a serious issue.

    Though I shouldn't reply to such a person who considers Musharaf a "Sincere" person to Pakistan......... I am not comparing IK's sincerity with Mushis', but ask you few questions that if:

    1) He wouldn't take a complete U-Turn on a one phone call...He might take this step for "so called larger interest" of the country but on what cost to the country...? Today if you see any kind of destruction, it is due to his stupid decisions in the favour of America.

    2) Mushi was sincere with this country he wouldn't resign and wouldn't leave this country to Zardar & Co.-all time big looters...and wouldn't guaranteed his rest of life with the help of World Guarantors The US, UK, UAEs and Saudis.


    The same applies with Shaukat Aziz...all his economics policies were just Waters Bubbles which burst out after his departure from the country.

    Whereas IK and Asad Umar are in Pakistan in all weathers....... Pakistan doesn't need very intelligent people, rather it needs sincere and loyal people like IK and Asad Umar who would run from country in any hard timings.

    For you it might be a "Serious" issue but for me Mushi and Shaukat are just jokers of Pakistani politics and Mushi has no future in Pakistans politics but might be in Jail or death if some bold person come in power.
    Last edited by Nice2MU; 02-Sep-2012 at 04:52 PM.


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    I am PTI Supporter .. Lekin Bhai Jahan Aag Ho Dhua B Wahan Sey He Uthta Hai ... Kuch To GarBar Zaror Ho Gi . So Imran Khan Ko Chahiey K In Sey Khud Zati Tor Pe Mulaqat Karey ! Or In Ko Jo Ikhtalaf Hai Wo Hal Karey !


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    noora leag


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    Every other week, they come with articles saying that Ppl are leaving PTI. Ironically, no big name has left PTI after joining it.


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    This article might be a exaggeration but lagharis are definitely leaving.


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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    @ All the PTI supporters, brothers trust Imran Khan and follow his decisions;
    Imaran Khan is the best.Why? He never did any corruption.He never supported
    PPP or MQM any time. He is the best available choice for us.We must be the
    voters of Imran Khan and be honest in our dealings and not be Muhajirs,Sindhis,
    Punjabis, Pathans, Baluchis but be Muslims and the truth loving Pakistanis.

    Imran Khan Zindabad! PTI Zindabad! Pakistani Media is corrupt and I am not fool
    to believe in Media any more. Vote for PTI is the only solution to our problems.



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    Re: "Wickets begin to fall in PTI" Article and Jamal Leghari Response

    let us be very very clear whether someone joins or whether leaves, we must know that it is PTI ideology and its war against corruption and vision of better Pakistan that we should use as yardstick to check who is good and who is bad. Who so ever is coming must come on this ideology on which so far there has not been seen any compromise. further who so ever leaves party must know that PTI knows it already that some beneficial will come and go.

    lastly let me add that i read in news paper in Ramadan that Pervaiz Khattak is leaving PTI. But few days back i watched him saying this all is rubbish and he called PPP and PMLN corrupt parties. He said he cannot think of leaving PTI. Rather he has started to participate in Presidential Election for PTI KPK chapter. So we must know that yes some articles are extremely full of lies God knows whether they are written on behalf of someone or without any prejudice based on mis and dis information.


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