Marvi Memon is one of the most vocal members of Pakistan parliament and she is known for raising voice for the rights of the people of Pakistan at every platform. Whether it's matter of target killing in Karachi, Doctors Strike in Punjab or Drone attacks in FATA, Marvi Memon has raised her voice strongly for the rights of the people of Pakistan. Marvi Memon is always quick and vigilant in reaching every protest despite the security risks.
When Imran Khan announced a sit in (Dharna) in Peshawar on 23rd April against Drone attacks inside Pakistan's territory, people from all walks of life and from different political and religious backgrounds welcomed Imran's call and joined hands with him in two days successful Dharna. According to sources, more than 50 thousands people gathered in Naran Chowk Peshawar where they sat for two days, passed night under the sky and chanted slogans against corrupt rulers of Pakistan and unjust policies of USA. Marvi Memon of PML-Q, Javed Hashmi of PML-N, Khwaja Khan Muhammad Hoti (who left ANP a few months back), Akhonzada Chitan who is MNA from FATA and Ajmal Wazir who is also a parliamentarian from FATA joined hands with Imran Khan in this Dharna. JUI-S and Jamat e Islami also supported this Dharna.
Imran Khan invited Marvi Memon to join Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and people raised heavy slogans in the favor of Imran's request. Marvi Memon is a talented and honest politician whose politices, mindset and political style doesn't match with a party like PML-Q and according to many analysts, PTI can be the best platform for Marvi Memon for her political career. Imran Khan and Marvi Memon, both struggle for the rights of the people of Pakistan and both strive for a just and peaceful society. If we look into the recent Tweets of Marvi Memon in Twitter, it seems that she is unhappy with the alliance of PML-Q and PPP and it's expected that she will raise a solid voice against it. In such a scenario, it's possible that she may separate from PML-Q and find her own way which might be PTI.