ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has called the party leadership to Islamabad on Monday to review the set backs the party suffered in local body polls and devise the future strategy. More than 200 central and provincial senior leaders including members of party’s central advisory council have been summoned in the federal capital.
Provincial organisers of Punjab and Sindh will submit reports related to local body polls to the party leadership. In regards of the future strategy, the senior leadership will review proposals to set PTI’s political agenda.
On the other hand, significant decisions related to party’s membership and organisational elections will also be taken.
According to insiders, presently, PTI has been divided into two groups on the matter of party elections.
One group is not in favour of immediate organisational elections whereas the second group is demanding implementation on elections based on democratic traditions.
PTI chief has himself admitted of resistance within the organisation regarding the party elections therefore; final decision will be taken after consultation with senior leadership.
Moreover, PTI’s election commission has also completed the arrangements to initiate the membership campaign in regard of which significant decisions will also be taken on Monday.
Source: Business Recorder