Gilgit, 13th November: The PML-N has suffered another setback before the Gilgit-Baltistan elections.
According to sources in the Muslim Conference from Muzaffarabad, Raja Naeem Munsif Dad, son of former minister Munsif Dad, left PML-N and joined the Muslim Conference.
On the other hand, experts and analysts monitoring the Gilgit-Baltistan elections say that the PML-N is suffering a great loss and it is possible that the PML-N will not get any seat in Gilgit.
According to sources, Naeem Munsif Dad, while formally announcing his participation in the presence of Sardar Atiq, said that he would strengthen the Muslim Conference in Charhoi constituency and Charhoi constituency would become a stronghold of the Muslim Conference.
On the occasion, All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference leader Sardad Atiq said that the effects of change would be felt in the politics of Azad Kashmir, adding that the experience of PPP and PML-N in Azad Kashmir had failed.
Sardar Atiq said that Nawaz Sharif had broken the Muslim Conference by force.