ISLAMABAD: Yasir Rao, a former leader of the youth wing of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, made an approach to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday in order to officially register his new party.
Speaking outside the ECP, Yasir Rao, who is now the chairman of PTI Haqiqi, expressed his intention to register the PTI Haqiqi party and stated that over 3,000 young individuals are interested in joining his party. He emphasized that the party’s registration process has been initiated and that they will soon begin their campaign, urging people to pray for their success.
Subsequently, Yasir Rao formally submitted an application to the ECP, seeking party registration under the name PTI Haqiqi. The day before, he had publicly announced the establishment of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Haqiqi with the goal of uniting the country’s youth.
During a press conference in Multan, he declared the formation of PTI Haqiqi and expressed his determination to have the party officially registered by the Election Commission of Pakistan. Yasir Rao recognized that Pakistan is currently undergoing a critical period in its history and pledged to unite the country’s youth.
He vowed to launch a movement from the platform of PTI Haqiqi, particularly focused on advocating for the release of young people who were arrested following the violence on May 9, which occurred after the arrest of Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust case. Furthermore, Yasir Rao strongly denounced the violent protests and criticized former Prime Minister Imran Khan for his policies.
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