PTI Minority Wing President Quits Party Over May 9 Protest Chaos

Islamabad: Jai Parkash Ukrani, the president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) minority wing, has announced his departure from the party following the May 9 protests.

According to media reports, Parkash criticized the protests, stating that they turned violent and even targeted military installations. During a press conference, he emphasized the importance of the army in Pakistan’s existence and expressed his deep concern over the events that unfolded.

He highlighted that he had no knowledge or involvement in the directions given regarding the May 9 protests. He stated that his decision to leave the PTI was made with a heavy heart and without any external pressure. This development comes after Imran Ismail, former Sindh Governor of PTI, alleged that Prakash was forcibly taken from his house by masked individuals.

Additionally, Iqbal, the head of PTI’s South Waziristan unit, has also chosen to part ways with the party. Iqbal expressed his disappointment over the violence during the May 9 protests and conveyed his decision to leave PTI without any influence or coercion.

Several other PTI leaders have followed suit, including Malik Amin Aslam, Muhammad Amjad, Imran Ali Shah, Aamer Mehmood Kiani, Muhammad Baki Moulvi, and Sanjay Gangwani.

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