Prime Minister Imran Khan has cancelled all of his official engagements and has summoned an important meeting of the PTI’s Parliamentary Board today.
According to the details, the meeting is scheduled to review the award of tickets which have created rifts among the party leaders.
Moreover, the meeting will also discuss the objections on the Senate tickets raised by the local party chapters.
Imran Khan, the previous day; held a consultative meeting with the senior party leaders on the issue and indicated that some decision might be changed.
PM Imran Khan had stressed that all tickets will be issued on the basis of merit, adding that he respects the wishes of his party’s members and that parachuters will not be made senators, sources added.
The central PTI leadership is under fire over the selection of candidates for the upcoming Senate polls.
PTI’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chapter raised objections over the nomination of Najibullah Khattak, while PTI Sindh said they had a problem with the selection of Federal Minister Faisal Vawda and construction tycoon Saifullah Abro.
The key party leaders from three zones of rural Sindh approached the governor on Sunday to show their anger and demand the party’s high command to take back tickets from Faisal Vawda and Saifullah Abro.
In the letter, PTI office-bearers from the three regions said they were “extremely disappointed with the entire process” of selecting PTI’s candidates for the Senate polls.
The PTI leaders from rural Sindh asked to review the allocation of the Senate tickets from Sindh and said the decision will harm the party in the upcoming local government polls.