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PTI women MPAs come to Imran’s defence against Gulalai

PESHAWAR: One day after Ayesha Gulalai alleged PTI chief Imran Khan had sent her inappropriate messages, female MPAs from the party came out in the cricketer-turned-politician’s defence and demanded proof from Gulalai, on Wednesday. Female PTI Members of the Provincial Assembly came forward and held a press conference to dismiss allegations posed by Ayesha Gulalai....

SAMAA | - Posted: Aug 2, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Aug 2, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

PESHAWAR: One day after Ayesha Gulalai alleged PTI chief Imran Khan had sent her inappropriate messages, female MPAs from the party came out in the cricketer-turned-politician's defence and demanded proof from Gulalai, on Wednesday.

Female PTI Members of the Provincial Assembly came forward and held a press conference to dismiss allegations posed by Ayesha Gulalai.

The female MPAs demanded proof from Ayesha Gulalai that PTI Chairman Imran Khan had sent her inappropriate texts.

They demanded she resign from her Member of National Assembly seat in the parliament in the wake of her serious accusations.

"If she received the first inappropriate message in 2013, why did she then remain in PTI for four more years?" asked one female MPA.

Read more: Ayesha Gulalai makes serious allegations against Imran, Khattak

Ayesha Gulalai held a presser on Tuesday in which she accused Imran Khan of sending her as well as other PTI women inappropriate text messages.

Ayesha had debunked rumours that she had decided to part ways with the party since she had not been given the ticket to contest NA-01 elections.

During her press conference, Gulalai had leveled allegations against Jahangir Tareen and Pervez Khattak as well.
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