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Former PPP nazim joins PTI in Peshawar

July 6, 2022 01:52 PM


Former PPP Nazim Gulbahar Tariq Muhammad in Peshawar joined the PTI on Wednesday, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

KP Education Minister Kamran Bangash presented PTI’s caps and mufflers to the PPP members and former Nazim who joined Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf. 

Addressing on the occasion, Mr Bangash called upon people to support the PTI in its struggle to give real freedom to country.

He boasted that due to the efforts of party workers in PK 77, the PTI caravan is rising in numbers. 

 

Reporter Syed Azmat 



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