Former APML leader Dr Amjad joins PTI
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Former All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) leader Dr Muhammad Amjad joined the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Friday.
He made the announcement during a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
PTI secretary general Arshad Dad and PM’s Special Adviser Naeemul Haq were present.
“I have complete faith in PTI’s manifesto and leadership,” Dr Amjad said, adding that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government is working on an agenda of reforms for the country.
“Even in its initial days, the PTI government has brought the country on a track that leads to success,” he said. “I will join the captain’s caravan to lead the country towards success.”
Dr Amjad quit the chairmanship of APML, founded by ex-military ruler retired general Pervez Musharraf, on August 10, 2018 — less than two months after being nominated as the chairman by Musharraf in his place. A statement from the party at the time had said Dr Amjad would take care of Musharraf’s legal matters after resigning from the chairmanship.
In July 2018, Dr Amjad had quit the race for NA-53 Islamabad-II in favour of the PTI chairman after a meeting with him at Bani Gala.