On Monday, the Jahangir Tareen group of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) agreed to replace Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar.
An insider has revealed that a decision has been reached during a meeting held at Jahangir Tareen’s residence to nominate a new chief minister for the Province of Punjab.
According to sources, since Aleem Khan joined the Jahangir Tareen group, Tareen-Aleem has grown into a significant opposition force to Punjab chief minister Usman Buzdar.
According to sources, those of the conference who shared Usman Buzdar’s political views refused to acknowledge him as Punjab’s chief minister and instead presented a charge sheet against him.
The members of the Tareen Group agreed at the meeting that the group will select its own candidate for the position of Punjab chief minister.
According to sources, Jahangir will make his key decision on whether to remain with the administration or with the opposition within 24 hours of receiving the information.
A decision was also made at the meeting to organize an early supper by the like-minded group, to which all members who shared the same values would be invited.
Earlier in the day, Aleem Khan, a key leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), stated his intention to join the Tareen group.
A summit 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.