Former federal minister Jahangir Khan Tareen along with notable leaders of PML-Q holds a joint press conference with Imran Khan to announce their decision to join Pakistan Tahik-i-Insaf, at National Press Club on Monday. – Photo by Online

ISLAMABAD: Almost thirty PML-Q leaders and Jahangir Khan Tareen of PML-Functional on Monday joined Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) and said they were determined to work for the betterment of country under the leadership of Imran Khan.

Awais Leghari, Jamal Leghari, Ghulam Sarwar Khan and Sikandar Hayyat Khan Bosan were among those who joined the party.

The party chief Imran Khan and Vice-chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi were present at the occasion.

Speaking to a press conference, the PTI chief said his party has rejected the traditional politics and has given an opportunity to common men to represent masses.

Answering a question, Khan made it clear that the selection of candidates for the electoral tickets would purely be on merit.

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