Ex-PTI Women Leaders Accuse Hamid Khan Of ‘Unfair Treatment’
Following the suspension of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s member and lawyer Hamid Khan from the party, former women leaders of the PTI have accused Hamid Khan of unfair treatment during their time in the party.
The PTI on Sunday issued a show cause notice to Hamid Khan for maligning the party without justification. Hamid Khan’s membership was also suspended till a final decision was made in the inquiry against him.
Following Hamid Khan’s suspension, Fauzia Kasuri, who is also one of the founding members of the party, has said that she had been disqualified from contesting a party election in 2013 by Hamid Khan as a conspiracy to keep her out.
Fauzia Kasuri had been disqualified from contesting PTI’s intra-party elections in 2013 for having dual nationality.
She added that party chairman, incumbent Prime Minister Imran Khan, had told her that she had been treated unfairly, and had promised her justice.
I was disqualified fr contesting a party election in 2013 by Hamid Khan as a conspiracy 2 keep me out.I was devastated. IK agreed that it was injustice n promised me Insaf..never happened. I forgave HK for my peace n for the pleasure of Allah. Now this?Not ri8 for a founder mbr. https://t.co/rXeRvYoacW
— Fauzia Kasuri (@FauziaKasuri) December 1, 2019
Fauzia Kasuri added that she did not receive any justice but she forgave Hamid Khan.
Moreover, in response to Kasuri’s tweet, former PTI member Malaika Raza stated that the former was disqualified despite the fact that many other British nationals contested the party elections.
Many British Nationals contested party elections but you were disqualified by HK. His group was also behind the malicious propaganda against you and today one of his own group member expelled him from the party! #Karma
— S Malaika Raza (@MalaikaSRaza) December 1, 2019
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