Basic membership of PTI deserters terminated on Imran Khan’s orders
- The PTI termed the defection as “forced divorce”.
- Imran Khan says that the party is facing state terrorism with full force.
- Youth will thwart efforts to “enslave us”, Khan tweets.
Following the mass defection of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders – the latest being Jamshed Cheema and his wife Musarat – party chairman Imran Khan has ordered the termination of core membership of all defectors. should be given and they should be expelled from the party. The party’s WhatsApp groups, sources confirmed on Friday.
Sources added that Cheema and his wife were among those to be kicked out of the WhatsApp groups.
References to Deflectors Will update on social media accounts.
While no reference has been shared yet, PTI’s official Twitter account has shared and retweeted posts describing the defections as “forced divorce”.
Additionally, in a separate tweet, Khan said his party was facing the “full force of state terrorism”.
“Our descent into fascism began on May 25 last year. During the 3.5 years of the PTI government, three long marches of the PDM were allowed unhindered, we faced state terrorism in full force. .
In the middle of the night, houses were broken into and PTI officials and workers were abducted. And then whoever reached Islamabad faced tear gas, rubber bullets and police brutality.
“Some of us thought it was an era but it was just the beginning.
“Today the largest and only federal party is facing the full wrath of state power without any accountability. More than 10,000 PTI workers and supporters are in jail, including senior leadership and some are facing torture in custody,” he said. Khan tweeted.
He added: “On the pretext of the May 9 fire (condemned by the entire PTI leadership), the state is trying to wipe out the party, including “forced divorce” and military action against PTI members. Courts are also involved.PDM and people in the journalist community who are cheerleaders for it. Yazidism It should be known that this is not PTI but our democracy ie our freedom is ending.
“However, this attempt to enslave us will fail because we have a politically savvy young population that gets its information from social media despite being media addicted.”
Following his arrest on May 9 – a day the army declared a “black day”, party activists torched and vandalized military installations, including the general headquarters in Rawalpindi. Feeling the heat of power.
Several party leaders and thousands of activists have been arrested in connection with the violent protests, and the military has insisted that those involved in attacks on military installations be prosecuted under the Pakistan Army Act and the Official Secrets Act.
Khan’s close aide Asad Umar has resigned from the posts of secretary general and core committee member citing the current situation.
Fawad Chaudhary, Shireen Mazari, Amir Mehmood Kayani, Malik Amin Aslam, Mehmood Maulvi, Aftab Siddiqui, Fayyazul Hasan Chauhan and many other party leaders and legislators. Malika Bukhari among others—has publicly condemned attacks on state facilities and announced its departure from the former ruling party since the May 9 vandalism.