KARACHI: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh leader and finance secretary, Farah Naz, has announced to join the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Sunday over occurrence of severe differences with the former party’s leadership.
Ex-leader of PTI, Farah Naz made the announcement for her joining the largest mandate holder political party via press conference conducted in Karachi while the MQM’s prominent leader Nasreen Jalil was also present on the event.
Farah Naz provided the reasons for the decision by saying that she joined PTI for a change; but after spending such a long time with the party the results become null.
Naz vowed to spread the theory of MQM’s chief Altaf Hussain as now she selected the best platform for her political activities.
Syeda Farah Naz alleged that the PTI is completely under control of old faces as the locals of the country observed the same personalities came infront each time despite empowering and introducing fresh leaders.