وزیراعلیٰ خیبر پختونخوا کے منتخب نامزد نے مدت پوری نہیں کرسکیں گے، فیصل واوڈا

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Faisal Vawda, former federal minister, stated that the newly appointed Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Ali Amin Gandapur, will not be able to complete his term and will face difficulties after Ramadan. Speaking to media after submitting nomination papers as an independent candidate in Karachi, Faisal Vawda said that no one knows how long the government will last, but when it comes to the country’s survival and security, everyone will play their role. He expressed concern that the relief promised to the people on May 9th is not being seen, and that PTI should form the government on the moon.

He also mentioned that PTI founder Moulajat will have to leave politics. Currently, it is the season of independent candidates, and as an independent candidate himself, he has served as a member of the National Assembly, federal minister, and senator at a young age, resigning from his positions. He stated that it is up to Harjeet Allah and no political party, including the People’s Party, has a candidate.

He explained that personal commitments prevented him from participating in the last general elections, and although the duration of the government is uncertain, a Senate seat is for 6 years. He suggested that the Sunni Council can form the government on the moon and recommended removing the country from the pit. He revealed that he was expelled from the party for speaking the truth.

In response to a question, Faisal Vawda said that he can welcome anyone and meet anyone, as there is still a long way to go in his political career. He mentioned that the favorite candidate for Senate chairman is from the People’s Party and that he has met Asif Ali Zardari several times.

When asked about Punjab, Faisal Vawda mentioned Starr Plus and Buzdar 2, stating that great decisions are being made and jobs are being created from the moon. He also commented on the trend of placing the image of honorable elders on bags and tea boxes, suggesting that it will also be seen on helmets and tin cans.

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