Jamshed Dasti. — File photo

LAHORE: Jamshed Dasti, MNA from Muzaffargarh, NA-178, on Wednesday announced that he was parting ways with the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), DawnNews reported.

Dasti moreover said that he was a party worker and could not work in cahoots with landlords.

He further said that he would contest the next general election as an independent candidate and vowed to defeat Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in it.

He alleged that Khar was interfering in the matters of his constituency.

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