Ayseha Gulalai Tramples The Fight For Justice In Pakistan By Heading Towards PMLN

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Ayseha Gulalai Bik Gayee Ya Goondou Mai Phans Gayee?

Pakistan’s politics is an interesting drama which releases an episode on daily basis, sometimes even on hourly basis. The political scenario of Pakistan has turned more interesting after Panama verdict. Then people leaving and joining other parties, is another topic to elaborate on. After Naz Baloch, another member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf part ways with the party. MNA Ayesha Gulalai departs from the party after announcing her imminent decision during a press conference yesterday.

Speaking to the media, Gulalai said that the reason for her leaving the party was that the honor of women was not safe. Gulalai stressed that she belonged to a Pashtun family and honor was the most important thing. The MNA said that Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution should also be applicable to morally corrupt people. According to Gulalai, the party chairman was acting like he was in England. “PTI is trying to introduce a western culture in the country.

“Party chairman Imran Khan is the reason that the honor of mothers and sisters of Pakistan is not safe. A respectable female worker cannot remain in the party.”

She added that workers in the party had been protesting on several issues including corruption and the honor of women [not being safe in the party]. “The atmosphere in the party does not support these things.

After this, Twitter was bombarded with positive, negative and funny reactions on Gulalai’s departure from PTI.

 

Finally We got the conversation between Khan Sahab and Ayesha Gulalai.

However, whatever the problem is, one does not joins PMLN for no reason! #GulalaiBikGaye kiya? Let us know what you think about it?


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