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Imran Khan sends show cause notice to Ayesha Gulalai

Imran Khan sends show cause notice to Ayesha Gulalai
August 12, 2017

PESHAWAR, 12 August: After no response from Member National Assembly Ayesha Gulali on the legal notice sent by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the party chairman Imran Khan has now sent a show cause notice to her.

Imran Khan in the show cause notice has asked Ayesha Gulalai to quit National Assembly seat awarded by the party and explain the reason behind not following the party policy in the election of the new prime minister. Ms Gulalai has been asked to submit reply within a week and in case of her failure to submit reply, the party will take action according to its discipline.

The notice sent under Article 63-A said that Ms Gulalai announced to quit PTI and did not participate in the PM election. The notice said Ms Gulalai has no reason to retain the MNA seat now.

Ms Gulalai quit the PTI few days ago after accusing Imran Khan of sending inappropriate text messages to her. She had also stated that there is no respect for women in the PTI.

Imran Khan rejected all the allegations and said the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was behind the whole drama.

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