KP PML-Q head denies leaving party


Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid (PML-Q) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa head Amir Muqam on Sunday dispelled the rumours that he had joined another political party. Addressing a public gathering at Sakhra Matta, Mingora, he said that some news channels had been airing false news of Amir’s having changed his party. He admitted that he had been in consultation with other political parties that had approached him to form alliance with him, however he had no intention of leaving the PML-Q. At the occasion, Sher Shah Khan and his workers announced to join the PML-Q.
Amir Muqam criticised the Awami National Party (ANP) led government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, saying that the wrong policies of the government had led to paucity of funds that hindered the welfare activities for the people. He said that the development projects being conducted now had been initiated by the PML-Q regime, however the ANP government was receiving undue credit for them. He said further that the PML-Q government’s efforts had led to peace in Swat, alleging that the ANP leadership was the first to flee Swat in troubled times.


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