Quetta, 8th November: Not 2 but 2000 officials have parted ways with the PML-N. According to reports, the PML-N is facing a setback in Balochistan.
According to sources, after the announcement of the separation of former senior leader Abdul Qadir Baloch and Nawab Sanaullah Zehri from the party, the presidents of different districts of Balochistan also resigned from the party.
Abdul Qadir Baloch and Sanaullah Zehri split from PML-N. Addressing a meeting of like-minded colleagues in Quetta, Abdul Qadir Baloch said that there were some incidents in the PDM meeting on which he thought of parting ways with PML-N. We joined PML-N in 2010.
He said that despite 22 members, the party did not allow our Chief Minister to come, we still sacrificed Nawab Zehri gave two and a half years of government to the National Party.
Former Chief Minister of Balochistan Sanaullah Zehri said that Nawaz Sharif is working on Modi’s agenda, we live on the land of Balochistan and do not ask for charity but respect.
According to sources, PML-N presidents of three other districts including Makran, Kalat and Naseerabad have left the party. Along with these former district presidents, more than 2000 subordinate workers of these districts have also left the party.