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Coordination Committee KPK calls on Party chairman

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Issues relating to reorganization of party discussed

Islamabad April 21, 2016: The Coordination Committee of the PPP KPK Chapter today called on Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in the maiden meeting to thrash out issues in reorganizing the party organizations in the province from the provincial down to the district levels.

Members of the Committee who called on the Chairman included former provincial president Rhimdad Khan, Senator Rubina Khalid, ex MNA Noor Alam Afridi, ex provincial Minister Humayun Khan and Shazi Khan. Political secretary Jameel Soomro, Fouzia Habib and Spokesperson Senator Farhatullah Babar were also present in the meeting.

Emphasizing the re-organization of the Party Bilawal Bhutto asked the committee to get into top gear and finalize its recommendations within three months. He advised that the members should select anyone among themselves as coordinator so as to thread the beads together.

The Chairman PPP advised the committee members to visit all the districts of the province and meet the workers and take their views into account while making recommendations for any party office. He directed that the co-ordination committee should prepare a schedule and work plan on how to go about their task and inform his secretariat about the same.

The Chairman advised the committee to take into consideration all relevant factors including standing in the Party, reputation for integrity, acceptability among workers while making nominations. It was also decided that the committee will propose at least three names for each party office out of which the Party leadership will finalize one name to each Party office.

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