Islamabad April 20, 2016: A delegation of senior party leaders from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa today called on the Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in Zardari House in Islamabad.
Those who called on him included former Speaker Karamat Khan, Senator Khanzada Khan, Senator Rubina Khalid, former provincial Ministers Rahimdad Khan, Humayun Khan and Zahir Shah, former Mayor Peshawar Azam Afridi, ex MNA Noor Alam Afridi, Ms Nighat Aurakzai, former Deputy Speaker Faisal Karim Kundi, Shazi Khan, Advocate Akbar Momand, PPP candidate for PK 8 Malik Tamash Khan and Spokesperson Senator Farhatullah Babar. PPP Information secretary Qamar Kaira and political secretary Jamil Soomro were also present tin the meeting.
The delegation briefed the Chairman on the political situation in the province and the latest situation with regard to the forthcoming bye election to Provincial Assembly seat in Peshawar KP-8. The Party ticket for the provincial Assembly seat KP-8 has been awarded to Malik Tamash Khan who was also present in the meeting.
The Chairman directed the senior party leaders to mobilize all resources in support of the Party candidate.
Bilawal Bhutto expressed concern over the threatening calls made to Party candidate Malik Tamash by some militants to deter him from openly carrying out the election campaign and directed that the matter be raised with relevant authorities. He also directed the Secretary General of the Party to bring to lodge a complaint with the Election Commission of Pakistan against the violations of code of conduct in the constituency.
Bilawal Bhutto asked the Party candidate and the newly appointed members of the Coordination Committee to keep his secretariat posted regularly about matters relating to the election campaign.