PTI is male chauvinist party, Naz Baloch says after joining PPP

Amos Gonzales
July 17, 2017

She said, "I have grown up with the teachings of democratic norms, due to which I will not throw mud on them, but when I joined PTI it raised a slogan of change".

In an untoward development, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Karachi stalwart Naz Baloch ditched the party to join Pakistan Peoples Party on Sunday. She was affiliated with PTI for the last seven years and was considered one of the staunch supporters of the party.

"I tried to persuade Imran Khan on several occasions to give time to Karachi and Sindh, because our workers were becoming demotivated and were leaving the party to join other parties", Naz said.

Baloch said that she had repeatedly told PTI chief Imran Khan that the party's workers from Sindh were unhappy and needed their issues to be addressed as well and that Khan's focus was only Punjab.

PPP MNA Faryal Talpur also welcomed Naz Baloch in the party. She said it was certainly an unusual political phenomenon, which could astonish the people that someone who had been associated with Imran Khan had now chose to join the PPP.

"By male chauvinism, I mean that only men are present when it comes to decision-making", she said, adding, "Women do not have any such representation in the party's decision making and policy matters".

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She said that she did not want to indulge in mudslinging, but instead parted ways as she remained critical of the PTI for ignoring Karachi and the rest of the Sindh. "Unfortunately they did not bring change in the country but in the party".

She advised the PTI chief Imran Khan to save whatever party had been left with him.

Baloch blamed a group of four people who she alleged were eyeing the coveted post of Karachi division's president rather than working for the grassroots.

"In the 2013 general elections, the party bagged around 800,000 votes from Karachi". "My services being a daughter of Karachi under the leadership of Imran Khan are not a secret to anyone", she said. She said that her journey with the PPP aims to take forward the ideology of Benazir Bhutto.

"I am a representative of Sindh".

Regarding the law recently passed by the Sindh Assembly to strike down the National Accountability Ordinance-1999 (NAO) in the province, the CM said that former military ruler Pervez Musharraf had imposed the NAO when a state of emergency was declared in the country.

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