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Election 2018: Displeased Nisar in chaos of Pindi and Party tickets Politics

Election 2018: Displeased Nisar in chaos of Pindi and Party tickets Politics

Once considered the PMLN’s heavyweight, Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan, at last on Monday parted ways with Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) as he has decided not to contest general elections 2018 on ticket of Nawaz Sharif-led party. The widen rift between PMLN and once its firm devotee turn into ascetic critic, finally concluded into an expected end.

Chaudhary Nisar  who has began his political career as an independent in 1980s, joined PMLN during General Zia’s era, and remains associated with the party till to date. He was considered one among the pillars of the PMLN and frequently supported party through all thick and thin.

Almost in every political circle, he is seen as a respectable senior echelon. He is one among those few politicians who overtly claimed to have good relationship with civil as well as military hegemony.

Nisar on multiple occasions expressed his extreme upset over the internal politics of PMLN, the alleged acquisitive puissance of Maryam Nawaz in party matters, the altering ideological standards and the new attire of PMLN politics.

In his latest blew out, Nisar announced to contest election as an independent. Disgruntled Nisar grilled over Nawaz Sharif and added that the person who opposed ‘women rule’ has handed over party to his daughter, Maryam Nawaz.

Earlier the annoyed former PMLN leader alleged that the PMLN leadership staged a ‘comical drama’ for not issuing him party ticket. He in his statement warned the ‘Jati Umrah’ to refrain from such immature act of mocking him.

Chaudhary Nisar was infuriated over the process asking the multiple times elected senior party members to appear before the parliamentary board for allocating them a party ticket.

On the other hand most of the media sources said that Nawaz Sharif was himself obstinate in allocating Nisar the party tickets to contest elections.

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