In a surprising turn of events, Istehkam Pakistan Party spokesperson Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan took to Twitter to announce that the party’s president, Aleem Khan Sahib, has instructed Aown Chaudhay and Noman Langriyal, both members of the federal cabinet, to tender their immediate resignations. This decision comes as the newly formed party aims to contest the upcoming elections while maintaining its independent status.
Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan tweeted, “Both the office-bearers were appointed in these positions before the formation of the Istehkam Pakistan Party. The party will contest the upcoming elections, maintaining its individual independent status. The organizational structure of the party will be formed as soon as possible to solve the problems of the people, for the national interest, and to reach the lower level among the people.”
The Istehkam Pakistan Party, often referred to as the Kings Party, emerged recently under the guidance of Jahangir Tareen. While several prominent figures have joined the party, no minister has resigned from their positions thus far.
The call for resignation from Aown Chaudhary and Noman Langriyal, who were appointed to their cabinet positions prior to the formation of the Istehkam Pakistan Party, indicates the party’s commitment to establishing a fresh organizational structure aligned with its principles. The party aims to prioritize the interests of the nation and address the challenges faced by the people at the grassroots level.
It remains to be seen how the federal cabinet members will respond to the party’s directive, and whether their resignations will come into effect. As the political landscape continues to evolve, the Istehkam Pakistan Party is set to carve its path in the upcoming elections, presenting itself as an independent entity with a distinct vision for progress and development.
Further updates regarding the resignations and the party’s future endeavors are awaited.