LAHORE: A new challenge has been created for the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in the face of allies, members of the PTI Punjab expressed their reservations about the distribution of public funds and welfare schemes.
According to the report, PTI member Punjab Assembly Shahabuddin told, "We have faced discrimination in Shahbaz Sharif's government for the past decade and the situation is not any different as our constituencies are developing." Is being ignored in terms of projects'.
He said that not all 20 MPs have made the forward block nor do they want to give the party leadership a rough time.
He said that he and other members of the Assembly met twice with Chief Minister Usman Buzdar for the supremacy of Parliament and expressed their concern.
He said, “The Chief Minister assured to remove our concern but no steps have been taken yet.
Shahabuddin said, "We will have another meeting with Usman Buzdar next day".
It is to be noted that these 20 MPs belong to DG Khan, Bhakhar, Layyah, Vehari, Hafizabad, Chiniot, Sargodha and Rawalpindi.
“We want to see progress in our districts like Lahore and Faisalabad,” said Shahabuddin.
Sources in Tehreek-e-Insaf say that failure to serve under the leadership of Chief Minister Usman Buzdar in the party's parliamentary assembly is raising concerns.
A day earlier, the PML-Q, the most important ally of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, had also expressed its concern over the lack of full administrative powers in several districts and gave the government a week's respite.
When contacted, PTI President Ijaz Chaudhry said that the CM had taken immediate notice of the MPA's concerns and he was working on it.
He said that the PTI government and the party leadership are in touch with these 20 MPs.
He acknowledged that the problem was because the government was facing financial difficulties and the previous Muslim League-N government had gone bankrupt.
He said that all the members of the party would be given their share.