ISLAMABAD, Nov 6: With a huge smile on her face, wrapped in a clourful attire, shining hopeful eyes, sitting in front of the man – Imran Khan – bound to be the torchbearer of change, is none other than Falak Naz – PPP Chitral women wing president.
Falak Naz, an old party guard who had immense contribution in strengthening the PPP in the district, finally called it a day after her long sojourn with the party along with other old comrades and announced to join PTI here on Wednesday. Sources said that former Chitral tehsil nazim Sartaj Ahmed of the PPP was also present in the meeting but he did not announce his decision to switch the party. The sources said he was planning to hold a press conference and announce to join the PTI in a few days.
Falak Naz along with general secretary Amina Bibi and scores of other office-bearers formally announced to join the bandwagon of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in a meeting with Imran Khan at his Bani Gala residence on Wednesday morning.
Imran welcomed the new entrants and said his party is striving hard for a healthy change by revamping the centuries old corrupt system which has eroded the sanctity of the institutions, putting it back on the right track.
He reiterated that his party would make Pakistan an ideal state, breaking the begging bowl once for all, turning Pakistan into a corruption free and tolerant society as envisioned by Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal.
The PTI chairman stressed the need to promote tourism industry of Chitral and Gilgit, adding the uplift of this beautiful valley – rich in mineral resources – will usher in a new era of development, if little attention is paid to tap the hidden resources.
The new entrants headed by Falak Naz expressed full confidence in the sincere leadership of Imran Khan and assured their full support to stand shoulder-to-shoulder by the party in its struggle for change and elimination of decade-old corrupt mafias.
Watch video of this meeting at this link: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1700na_falak-naz-fakhar-e-chitral-meeting-with-imran-khan_news#.Un4es5pZF20]]>