KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League’s leader Mumtaz Bhutto has decided to part ways with its parent party for continuously being ignored by top leadership.
Mumtaz Bhutto, who was not invited in Sindh leadership meeting called by Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad, decided to say good bye to PML-N.
He will announce to revive Sindh National Front and will also consider joining Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf on invitation of Imran Khan.
However, as per sources, there is high chance that Mumtaz Bhutto will join PTI and will play an active role in Sindh’s politics from PTI’s platform.
It is pertinent to mention that Mumtaz Bhutto had merged his party Sindh National Front in PML-N after the government was formed in 2013.