Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s departure to London:

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The decision of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and its chairman, Imran Khan, where the PML-N leader and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s “responsibility” to leave the UK for treatment abroad is being put on one another. The style of politics also seems to be affecting.

On the one hand, PTI leaders who are holding the pulse of the public are realizing the extent of the “disappointing” impact on party voters and supporters of the decision. Especially as Imran Khan’s politics are a ‘big blow’.

The BBC has sought senior PTI leaders to know what kind of response they are receiving from party workers following the decision.

‘PTI does not matter’

Leader of the Opposition in the Sindh Assembly and senior leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Firdous Shamim Naqvi, told the BBC that the key component of the PTI statement or manifesto was “two not one Pakistan” – separate for the powerful and the weak. Not a separate law.

Did his resistance statement go to Nawaz Sharif?

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According to Firdous Naqvi, Nawaz Sharif’s case has mercilessly proved that there is still a double law in Pakistan and the coming of the PTI government did not make any difference, as promised by our party. Was. ‘

He said that this was the main reason we were opposed to sending Nawaz Sharif out and if he is gone now, justice should be given to the rest of the prisoners.

“This is not a statement of ours. It is a statement from Pakistan that the voters of the constituency are telling us and we are also telling the party leadership.”

He was asked, how did he react when he approached the party chairman or senior leaders in the constituency?

Firdous Naqvi said, ‘There is no one so foolish of us. If Khudnadgazi Nawaz Sharif had happened in Pakistan, all the debris would have fallen on the current government, which would have made us more difficult to achieve our goals. We say you let them go, so that’s okay. But now the remaining prisoners in prisons who want to get treatment from foreign countries should also be allowed. ‘

‘The public has not made a good impression’

The central leader and member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Punjab, Mian Mahmood al-Rashid, said that the disappointment of Nawaz Sharif in PTI’s voters and supporters was more frustrating than they thought a criminal who was powerful was out. Whether based on humanitarian sympathy or through the courts.

“The public has not had a very good impression of this decision. The overall impression is mixed, some even think that their lives were in danger. ‘

Journalist and political analyst Aamir Matin say the departure of Nawaz Sharif will shake up PTI politics because every day, big claims and statements were made saying, ‘I will not let go, NRO will not give up. I will cry. ‘

He said and then the federal cabinet allowed him to go to the other side. “All this will shock Imran Khan’s statements and his public politics.”

Will the PTI statement change now?

Ferdous Shamim Naqvi says that even after Nawaz Sharif’s departure, the agenda for corruption PTI will remain number one. We just wanted to start from the top because until the big ones are caught, they will continue to protect the little ones and this will continue. ‘

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