ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chairman Imran Khan on Thursday has said that his party wanted someone from Balochistan to become Senate chairman.
“PTI doesn’t want Senate chairman from ruling party Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N),” he added.
Regarding the alleged horse-trading in the Senate elections, Imran said PTI is conducting an internal inquiry following the Senate polls, adding that he cannot remove someone from party as voting itself was secret.
Khan said that his party cannot work with party like Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP).
“Will try to obstruct attempts by the ruling party in its efforts to appoint a Senate chairman from PML-N,” Khan added. Chief Minister Balochistan thanked PTI chief for handing over 13 seats of Senate to him.
“We are thankful to Imran Khan for supporting our case, will try to convince Asif Ali Zardari to appoint Senate chairman from Balochistan,” Abdul Quddus Bizenjo added.