Aleem Khan, a senior leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has stated his intention to join the Jahangir Tareen Khan group, marking a significant move in the current political landscape.
A meeting of the Aleem Khan and like-minded members at the residence of the Jahangir Tareen group to discuss the evolving political scenario took place after the announcement was made, according to the organization’s spokesperson.
Recently, a number of PTI leaders, including former Punjab senior minister Abdul Aleem Khan, were seen arriving at the residence of Jahangir Khan Tareen, according to news sources.
Punjab’s former senior minister, speaking at a press conference alongside Tareen’s Group Noman Langrial, said Jahangir Tareen has put in a lot of effort for the PTI over the previous few years.
Khan claimed that they were with Prime Minister Imran Khan, but that they were forgotten after the PTI came to power. He was perplexed as to why Jahangir Tareen’s expertise had not been put to use since he had assumed power and so he inquired.
Punjab, a former senior minister, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the Buzdar administration. The Punjab administration was unable to provide for the needs of the people. In response to a question, he stated that he has become more engaged as a result of his meetings with more than 40 Punjab Members of Parliament.
He made it clear that he will remain a member of the PTI and went on to add that he had joined Imran Khan’s movement for Naya Pakistan in order to avoid becoming Punjab’s chief minister.
On Monday, Prime Minister Imran Khan directed Sindh Governor Imran Ismail to reassure estranged Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders Aleem Khan and Jahangir Tareen amid the opposition’s no-trust motion plan, which was announced earlier in the day.