Imran admits grouping within his party

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan admitted that there exist different groups within his party.
Speaking on media, the PTI chairman said that Jahangir Tareen and Shah Mehmood Qureshi had their groups in Tehreek-e-Insaf.
He, however, said that tension between the two heavyweights was reducing, expressing hope that this grouping would end once the PTI came into power.
Khan also announced that his party would adjust seats with other political parties in order to defeat Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in the forthcoming General Election 2018.
“We have to defeat Nawaz-league in this match,” he said, adding that they had formed a strategy to win the polls.
The PTI chief claimed that 95 per cent surveys pertaining to his party’s candidates proved to be right.
Regarding his party’s manifesto, he said that it was ready and would be issued between July 3 and 5.
Khan also said that they were human beings, not angels, and mistakes did occur.
“Sharif brothers either attack Shaukat Khanum [hospital] or my personal life,” he lamented.
The PTI chairman alleged that they were also behind the book and former chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry.

His remark was an apparent reference to a forthcoming book, an autobiography, authored by his former wife Reham Khan, who the PTI leaders have accused of having backing from the rival PML-N.

He also vowed that they would not issue development funds to members of the national and provincial assemblies.
Khan maintained that the issuance of funds to MNAs and MPAs promoted corruption.
Commenting on Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), he said that if his party formed the next government then it would not privatise the national flag-carrier.