Jahangir Tareen forms political party.
The decision to create a political party is made by Jahangir Tareen.
According to our sources, Tareen will take on the role of patron-in-chief of the party.Jahangir Khan Tareen, the estranged head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, has decided to start a new national-level political party, according to individuals familiar with the issue who spoke with Geo News on Friday. Tareen has been absent from the scene for some time.PTI leaders who are dissatisfied with the party are said to be considering joining the new establishment, according to the sources. In addition to them, it is anticipated that a large number of political families from Dera Ghazi Khan, Rajanpur, Muzzafargarh, Lodhran, and Multan will join forces with Tareen.
2.former head of the PTI
According to the reports, the former head of the PTI has also been in communication with a large number of “important leaders” hailing from Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan.According to our sources, Tareen will take on the role of patron-in-chief of the party.Tareen was the secretary general of the PTI until the Supreme Court of Pakistan disqualified him in 2017 for being “dishonest” in response to a plea submitted by the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Hanif Abbasi. After that, Tareen was removed from politics entirely.Abbasi had initiated contact with the.
the Supreme Court in an effort to have PTI Chairman Imran Khan and Tareen removed from their positions.Nevertheless, despite being disqualified, Tareen continued to be a member of the PTI and played a vital role in convincing independent lawmakers to join the party led by Imran Khan following the elections in 2018. The results of his efforts were decisive, as Khan was able to obtain the position of prime minister in 2018.The relationship between Tareen and Aleem Khan, the leader of the PTI, and the PTI deteriorated after Tareen and Aleem Khan came to power.
In May 2022, the former prime minister revealed the reason behind his conflicts with both leaders and said that both were seeking “illegal benefits from him.” He said that the basis for their disagreements stemmed from their desire to obtain “illegal benefits from him.”Khan stated his contentions regarding the rifts that have developed between him and the two estranged leaders while participating in a podcast. He said that the rifts began when he rejected their requests.Khan stated that Aleem Khan expected him to legalise his 300-acre land near Ravi, and added, “from that point onwards, I developed differences with him.”
5.Aleem and Tareen
Khan made the following statement as he was talking about Tareen: “Tareen stood with those who are the biggest dacoits in the country.” As a result of my decision to have an investigation conducted into the topic [sugar scandal], tensions emerged with Tareen.Both Aleem and Tareen remained silent after being demoted, but they were thrust into the public eye when the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) brought a vote of no confidence against Imran Khan in April of the previous year. Khan was ultimately removed from his position as prime minister as a direct result of this move.Despite this, a handful of PTI dissenters who supported Tareen came forward when the motion of no confidence was being debated. Raja Riaz, the leader of the opposition in the National Assembly, is one of them people.
6. persistent rumours
It is interesting to note that since the previous year, there have been persistent rumours that Tareen will establish a new political party. In January of this year, it was claimed that Aleem and Tareen, together with other PTI dissidents, were plotting to create a new party. They were reportedly joined in their endeavour by other PTI members.It was rumoured back in March of this year that a breakaway faction calling itself “Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Nazriyati (PTIN) or Haqeeqi Tehreek-e-Insaf (HTI)” will be created in order to run in the next elections.
7. PTI Haqiqi.
During an Iftar dinner that was attended by various members of the dissident PTI groups and leaders, including Raja Riaz and Awn Chaudhry, members of the Jahangir Khan Tareen (JKT) Group put forward a proposition.In addition, several leaders have left the PTI ever since the government began cracking down on the party after the demonstrations on May 9 in response to Imran Khan’s imprisonment. These demonstrations were staged after Khan was arrested. A day earlier, Rao Yasir, who had previously served as the head of the PTI Multan district Youth Wing, established a group that would later be known as the PTI Haqiqi.