After a historic jalsa of PTI in Lahore and then another historic rally in Karachi, PTI has caught attention of politicians and public from all over the country and hundreds of notables from different parties have switched towards PTI and PTI has become a major political force of the country.
Like all other parts of the country, PTI has also gained a good momentum in Rawalpindi district and many key political figures of Rawalpindi have joined PTI. Sadaqat Ali Abbasi who is Organizer of PTI for Northern Punjab is doing a great work in this regard and he has worked day and night for last several years to strengthen the party at grass root level in all Tehsils of District Rawalpindi. Recently Rashid Hafeez Ex MPA has joined PTI who is a well known political figure of Rawalpindi. Joining of Rashid Hafeez in PTI has given a great boost to PTI in Rawalpindi. Rashid Hafeez was elected an MPA on PML-Q ticket in 2002 elections.
Apart from Rashid Hafeez, Raja Tariq Mahboob Kiyani has also joined PTI from Rawalpindi. Tariq Mahboob Kyani is Ex District Nazim and is a well known political figure of the Rawalpindi region. After joining of Tariq Kiyani, political activities of PTI in district Rawalpindi have significantly increased.
Another well known politician of Rawalpindi who recently joined PTI is Rahat Masood Qudoosi who joined PTI after meeting party Chairman Imran Khan. Pirzada Rahat Masood Qudoosi runs a well known School System in Rawalpindi and he was advisor of Ex-Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Parvez Elahi.
It's important to mention here that Fiaz Ul Hasan Chohan joined PTI about a year back and he is also a very active politician of Rawalpindi. Fiaz Ul Hasan Chohan remained MPA of PML-Q by winning PP-14 elections in 2002. Fiaz Ul Hasan Chohan is very active in mobilizing PTI workers and is working hard at grass root level.
After joining of these notable politicians and with the constant work of PTI workers especially ISF youth, it's expected that PTI will be able to achieve some major milestones in Rawalpindi as well like other parts of the country.