Wednesday, October 5, 2022

PM Imran Khan’s former spokesperson Nadeem Afzal Chan left PTI to rejoin PPP

Nadeem Afzal Chan, a former spokesperson for Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, has decided to leave PTI and rejoin the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).

Nadeem Afzal Chan, the former spokesperson for Prime Minister Imran Khan, has opted to return to the PPP as a member. PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is scheduled to pay a visit to Chan’s apartment in Lahore on Tuesday.


Chan will formally proclaim his affiliation with the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), according to reports.

Nadeem Afzal Chan resigned from his position as spokesperson for Prime Minister Imran Khan on January 13, 2017, citing personal issues with the Pakistani leader. After joining the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in 2018, he was designated as a special assistant by Prime Minister Imran Khan in January 2019.

Nadeem Afzal Chan stated yesterday that he is in contact with Prime Minister Imran Khan, but that he is not interested in holding any public positions.

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After resigning from the government, Nadeem Afzal Chan stated that he has not yet chosen from which political party he will contest the upcoming general elections.

The establishment, he claimed, must have been neutral today since everyone is claiming that it is so. “When the institution performs a neutral position, a variety of events might take place.”


In response to a question, Nadeem Afzal Chan stated that only powerful people are remembered in history, and that weak person are not remembered at all.


He had urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to make “big decisions” with courage in order to be regarded as a significant figure in the country’s history.

Chan has stated that he communicates with the premier through text messages, but that he is unwilling to pursue any public office because he believes he will be unable to deliver under this system.

The politician had stated that only people who speak “excellent English” can fit into the current model, and he went on to say that he is an open-minded individual who only understands “political English.”

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