The number of PTI leaders to quit the party in the aftermath of May 9 violence has increased to six after Malik Amin Aslam, Dr Muhammad Amjad and Dr Imran Ali Shah announced their decision to part ways with the party.

Earlier this week, three leaders, including former federal minister Aamer Mehmood Kiani, MNA from Karachi Mahmood Baqi Moulvi and MPA in Sindh Assembly Dr Sanjay Gangwani, also announced their decisions to part ways with the Imran Khan-led party.

In separate press conferences at the National Press Club in Islamabad, Aslam and Dr Amjad said that after the incidents of May 9, it had become impossible to remain a part of PTI.

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