Pervez Khattak, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Parliamentarians, made a significant announcement during his address at election rallies in Nowshera. He revealed that he was aware of conspiracies orchestrated by Imran Khan and, in response, decided to part ways. Khattak further suggested that had he remained with Imran Khan, PTI could have benefited both politically and in the interest of Pakistan.
Addressing the crowds gathered for electoral campaigns, Pervez Khattak stated that the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) are now well aware of the true objectives of the PTI. He declared that the mission to end PTI in the province would conclude on February 8.
Khattak asserted that the popularity of PTI parliamentarians has disrupted the sleep of all religious and political parties. He claimed that the anticipation for February 8, eagerly awaited by the people to mark the end of PTI, is a sign that various factions are prepared to put their stamp on the political landscape.
Expressing his view on the future of Pakistani politics, Khattak remarked that the prospects for PTI in the political arena are bleak. He predicted that the remnants of the PTI would be wiped out on February 8, signifying the end of PTI’s turbulent journey in Pakistani politics.
Pervez Khattak’s announcement and critique of Imran Khan’s alleged conspiracies add a new dimension to the political landscape in Pakistan. The decision to separate from PTI suggests internal rifts and challenges within the party, and Khattak’s comments shed light on the perceived decline of PTI’s influence in the country’s political landscape.