PTI Balochistan spokesman Babar Yousafzai has accused Senator Abdul Qadir, who joined the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) after winning the Senate election as an independent candidate, of horse-trading.
According to details, PTI Balochistan spokesperson Babar Yousafzai, while talking on a BOL News program, said that the party have never supported Abdul Qadir.
Abdul Qadir has no political struggle and has no tribal affiliation. The Prime Minister may have some compulsions so he is ignoring these things, he added
It should be noted that the PTI had issued a ticket to Abdul Qadir for the Senate elections on which the party leaders expressed serious reservations and the ticket was withdrawn from him.
We conveyed all our concerns to Prime Minister Imran Khan but our concerns were not taken seriously, the spokesman said.
Abdul Qadir became a senator by spending Rs 70 crore and will recover this money by taking big projects and will earn Rs 140 crore from these projects, said Babar Yousafzai.
On the controversy, Faisal Javed also gave his opinion and said that Abdul Qadir joined PTI after contesting elections as an independent candidate and he proved the reservations of PTI wrong by winning the Senate elections.
On the other hand, Senator Abdul Qadir, who joined the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) after winning the Senate election, denied the allegation of becoming a senator by paying money.
Senator Abdul Qadir, elected from Balochistan, called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in which he announced his joining the PTI.
Independently elected Senator Abdul Qadir expressed full confidence in Prime Minister Imran Khan while the Prime Minister welcomed the joining of Senator Abdul Qadir in PTI.
Abdul Qadir said that PTI’s agenda is for the betterment of the country and in the current situation only under the leadership of Imran Khan the country can move forward, only Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf will take the country out of difficulties, he said.