Monday, April 30, 2012

PTI Khyber Agency Jalsa in Village Katakushta, Tehsil Landi Kotal. Tribal elders join PTI

PTI Khyber Organizer Iqbal Afridi & organizing committee members attended a "Joining meeting" at Village Katakushta, Tehsil Landi Kotal, Khyber Agency.
Haji Iqbal Afridi & other PTI leaders highlighted the political philosophy of PTI & Imran Khan in their speeches.
It was stressed by sopeakers that PTI is the only party that is not tainted by corruption & has given a genuine hope to Pakistanis especially the FATA tribesmen.A number of tribal elders announced joining PTI at the moment and reposed complete trust in the leadership of Chairman Imran Khan.
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With Regards,
"Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf FATA Volunteers" Team.

1 comment:

  1. My question for Imran, why could you not appoint Dr. Shoaib suddle for NWFP Accountability Commission? Is it not true that Tareen and Khattak forced you to include an article in the law which said that only people who are resident of NWFP may be eligible for this position! This was a clear case of conspiracy and influence of these 2 on PTI. Why
    cant we hire eligible and competent candidates from all over the world!

    Oh great, no political interference in Police, does it mean NWFP police transformed into a pakistani version of "Scotland yard" without training, education and equipment! Come on PTI Imran, you can do better than this! NWFP accountability commission has not performed yet, moulana diesel is still on the loose! Wished you could have hired Shoaib Suddle for this job, but i know tareen and khattak conspired against him!

    Imran needs to answer if courts in NWFP are passing judgments in not more than 3-6 months span! I guess not, but Nitesh Kumar in India got it done. Khattak and Tareen conspiring against PTI.

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