Ch Shujat Hussain appoints Ajmal Khan Wazir as Chief Organizer for Khyber Pukhtoonkhwah and FATA
Those standing with us in difficult time are real Muslim Leaguers, new and old workers will be included in reorganization, Tariq Bashir Cheema and Ajmal Wazir also address
Lahore/Islamabad: 20-02-2017: Pakistan Muslim League (PML) President and former Prime Minister Ch Shujat Hussain has disbanded PML body of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwah and FATA and appointed Central Vice-President Ajmal Khan Wazir as the Chief Organizer for these areas. .
This decision has been taken in a high level meeting which was participated by Central Secretary General Tariq Bashir Cheema, Senior Central Vice-President Ajmal Khan Wazir, Muhammad Yousuf Khan Hoti, Imtiaz Ahmad Ranjha and party office-bearers of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwah who included Mir Afzal Khan Daudzai, Haider Khan Khan Khalil, Mohammad Bilal Mohammadzai, Allama Maulana Shoaib, Asif Sarwar, Jasmin Bibi, Syed Hamid Shah, Malik Jamil Gauhar Khan and Zafar Khan among others.
Ch Shujat Hussain on this occasion said that those who stand with the party in difficult time are real Muslim Leaguers, opportunists who are not sincere with us how they will be sincere with anyone else.
He said people of FATA are patriot Pakistanis, there is dire need to end their deprivations and given fundamental human rights and equal opportunities for progress like people of other provinces of Pakistan.
He directed Ajmal Khan Wazir to enroll new people in the party, give preference to ideological workers of the party and they should all brought on one platform in the organization of the party.
Tariq Bashir Cheema said that this responsibility of Ajmal Khan Wazir is unanimous decision of us all, “my appointment as the Secretary General of the party and of Ajmal Khan Wazir as the Chief Organizer is a challenge for both of us and we will try to shoulder these responsibilities through hard work and all our capabilities”.
Ajmal Khan Wazir said “this is an honour for me and I will leave no stone unturned in doing effective and strong reorganization”. #