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Sunday, February 19, 2012

PTI Popularity in Khyber Pakhtunkhwah and Expected Seats in Next General Elections

 After a historic jalsa in Lahore on October 30 and then another historic jalsa in Karachi, PTI has managed to get a huge attention of political stalwarts from all parts of the country including Khyber Pakhtunkhwah and hundreds of notables from different constituencies of Pakistan from all four provinces have joined PTI. Party was already enjoying a good popularity in general public due to it's clear and just stance on all issues of national and international levels including war on terror, corruption, judiciary and FATA. 
 Looking at the current situation, PTI is the most popular party in Khyber Pakhtunkhwah where the graph of PTI has risen very high. In different districts of KPK, huge number of electables have joined PTI. Most prominent politicians from Khyber Pakhtunkhwah who have joined PTI in recent past include Khwaja Khan Muhammad Khan Hoti from Mardan who is ex-Federal Minister and was previously affiliated with ANP, Pervez Khattak who was affiliated from PPP Sherpao and has recently resigned from national assembly to join PTI, Azam Swati who was senator of JUI from Mansehra, Sardar Yaqoob Khan who was associated with PML-Q and is ex-deputy speaker of National Assembly, Aman Ullah Khan Jadoon who was from PML-Q and remained Federal Minister for Petroleum and belongs to district Abbottabad, Sardar Idrees who  served as provincial minister in MMA era and also belongs to District Abbottabad, Raja Amir Zaman who belongs to Haripur and was ex-Tehsil Nazim, Iftikhar Jhagra ex minister from Peshawar, Masood Shareef Khatak ex-IB chief who was earlier in PPP and belongs to Karak. 
The list of political leaders who have joined PTI doesn't end here and it's too long but this post covers only the key leaders who became part of PTI recently.  From all this, it's expected that PTI will be able to grab majority seats of both national and provincial assembly from Khyber Pakhtunkhwah in next general elections.