PTI rebel MPA Shar calls on Sindh CM Shah
PTI rebel MPA Shehryar Shar met with Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and had a detailed discussion over the prevailing political situation in Ghotki district, reported 24NewsHD TV channel, quoting its sources.
The sources claimed that the two also discussed the possibility of Shar’s joining the PPP.
It may be recalled that Shar cast his vote in favour of the PPP candidate instead of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate in the recently-held Senate elections.
On March 11, taking disciplinary action against two members of the Sindh Assembly belonging to Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), who had ditched their party and voted for the opponents’ candidates in the recent Senate elections, the PTI ordered the expulsion of the from the party.
PTI’s disciplinary committee stripped Aslam Abro from PS-I Jacobabad-I and Shehryar Khan Shar from PS-18 Ghotki-I off their basic membership on account of deviating from the party policy.
The committee also recommended to the party’s high command to approach the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) so that these two turncoats could also be stripped off their membership of the Sindh Assembly.
According to the committee, both these party dissidents were provided an opportunity to defend themselves, and it was only on the basis of scrutiny of irrefutable evidence and the inability of both Abro and Shar to justify their actions that the decision was taken.
Reporter Zafarullah Bhutto