Stories about Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)

Don’t blame Imran Khan for your own mistakes!

Imran Khan seems to have become a lightning rod for mass criticism. Aisha Ghumman’s recent blog is yet another addition to an already overflowing list of complaints against Imran Khan. In a nutshell, she questions his promises spouted during the May 2013 elections, labels him and his tactics a failure, and demands his resignation from the party. Ironically, it is the attitude of the author and not that of Imran Khan which is more reflective of why we have refused to see meaningful political change in the country. Students of philosophy and Greek mythology are familiar with Sisyphus. He was a king but his actions ...

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Is Imran Khan’s visit to the UK worthy of criticism?

I find it ridiculous that some media anchors and members of the civil society have the nerve to criticise Imran Khan’s visit to the UK, especially to the royal gathering hosted by Prince Charles.  It is believed that the scheduled ‘All Parties Conference’ (APC) has been postponed due to Khan’s absence. However, this is nothing but a baseless allegation. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had made it clear much before Khan’s departure, that Khan will be travelling to the UK for his medical treatment and to meet his children. Moreover, if an APC was to even be carried out while Khan was away, PTI had nominated ...

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Fauzia Kasuri: Fight for PTI’s interests, not your own!

Dear Ms Fauzia Kasuri, You have been affiliated with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for a long period of time, and you have been a valuable addition to the party. However, the past six months have been another story altogether. You had several grievances against PTI, ranging from feeling overlooked to not being allotted a post or a party ticket. Honestly, we Insafians are tired of your forever-changing statements. You joined the party only to take credit for all it does. Later, you left it because your own demands were unsatisfied. Even worse, you abused the party before the media at a very sensitive point. ...

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