Karachi: The eight-member committee of disgruntled officials of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Friday has threatened that they will make public the letters written to Prime Minister Imran Khan.
As per details, the leaders stated that if their concerns are not addressed, they would make the letter written to PM public.
The decision was taken in a meeting by PTI Sindh leader Liaquat Jatoi at Gul Muhammad Rind's residence.
With senate elections approaching, difficulties for PTI are increasing with each passing day.
The PTI’s Central Standing Committee on Discipline and Accountability issued a show cause notice to Liaquat Jatoi regarding his hard-hitting news conference on Wednesday. A day earlier, he protested against distribution of party tickets for Senate polls.