ISLAMABAD: Youth wing of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has developed issues with the senior leadership of the political party ahead of an important strategic move, which is Raiwind march that aims to pressure the premier and the government.
Jahangir Tareen, secretary general of the political party acknowledged that there were differences but asserted that they would be taken care of once Raiwind march concludes.
The senior member of the party has taken steps for reconciliation with the youth wing to avoid adverse effects on the protest rally in Raiwind of Lahore which is home to the premier, Nawaz Sharif who currently is in New York to address the United Nations General Assembly session.
While, Tareen is mending the relation with the department, former secretary general of the youth wing, Qasim Shah has demanded the party leadership of establishing a sub-wing.
Reports that were recently published revealed that certain posters had surfaced demanding Imran Khan to sack Tareen for ‘horse-trading’ in intra-party elections.