Naz Baloch of PTI joins PPP

Naz Baloch explains why she left PTI to join PPP

Naz Baloch explains why she left PTI to join PPP

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) former leader Naz Baloch joined Pakistan People's Party (PPP) officially in a press briefing on Sunday. "Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the chairman of the PPP, was a true leader of the youth", she added. "I feel as if I have returned to my home", Baloch said. "This is because that Imran Khan used to visit Karachi for a span of a few hours and even during this time, workers of the party were made to stay away from him. Imran sb did not give time to Sindh nor the organization", Naz Baloch said.

The new entrant to the PPP said that she had spent good time with Tehreek-e-Insaf but now she had chose to part ways with her parent political party as the PTI had deviated from its manifesto and objectives.

She said that the workers were getting angry and leaving the party to join others.

Regarding youth she said, "There is no youth representation, which was also promised during elections".

"I ask Imran to please rescue his remaining party, otherwise the situation will spiral out of control and these people who have their own vested interests will spoil the party mission", she warned. "This is done by the Karachi party leadership, and I raised my voice about it prominently while I was with PTI", she added. "This is no secret", she told a questioner. "Unfortunately they did not bring change in the country but in the party". She ran for election to the national assembly from Karachi's Constituency NA-240 in May 2013.

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Baloch blamed a group of four people who she alleged were eyeing the coveted post of Karachi division's president rather than working for the grassroots.

She said that she would continue doing the same under the leadership of the PPP.

Alluding to recent defections to the PTI in Punjab province, she said the ideological workers were upset because the people joining the party were neither the youth, nor care about the policies of Sindh.

Although her father is a high-ranking PPP member, she turned down the option of being a member of the family party to join the PTI - a move which surprised her father.

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