QUETTA: A former provincial minister of the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP)-led coalition government, tribal elders, and other political leaders joined the Pakistan Peoples Party in the presence of its co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari at Gorgage House here on Thursday.

Those who joined the party included Sardar Sarfraz Khan Domki and his brother Mir Hairbiyar Domki, former provincial minister and PTI MPA Mir Nasibullah Marri, former MPA Samina Shakeel Baloch, Mir Hassan, Mir Durak Khan, Malik Sajid Bangulzai, Sardarzada Inam Khan Khetran, Wali Khan Kibzai, and Mir Nasir Rind.

In addition to these leaders, Doran Khan Khosa, Dr Gul Bahar Khosa, Mir Amjad Khosa, Nisar Khosa, Sharukh Khan Khosa, Meena Majeed, Akram Awarani, Mir Balaach Rodani, Mir Noor Ahmed Malazai, Mir Ghulam Haider, Mir Usman Haider, Akbar Khan Achakzai, Sardar Asif Mengal, and Amin Jan Mengal also joined the PPP.

Published in Dawn, December 1st, 2023

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