Zafarullah Jamali parts ways with PML-N
KARACHI, OCT 12 (DNA) – Former prime minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali on Thursday bid adieu to the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) reportedly on differences with the party head over confrontation with the national institutions.
A few days earlier, Zafarullah Jamali had suggested President PML-N Nawaz Sharif to refrain from confrontation with the institutions.
The former PML-N leader has returned to his ancestral village and would announce next course of action after consultation with the local people.
Azhar Farooq said he had apprehensions against policies of the PML-N. He said the ousted PM had still not changed a bit, while he had thought that Nawaz would have been changed by now, he added.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leaders have reportedly contacted Jamali seeking him to join their parties.
Originally a supporter of the PPP, the 73-year-old politician formally launched his political career in the 1970s from Balochistan. He has also served as chief minister of Balochistan during the late 80s and 90s.
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