According to the sources, 9 lawmakers have been declared responsible in Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) dismal defeat in the first phase of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) local government (LG) elections.
As per details, After the election defeat in PTI’s stronghold Peshawar, an investigation report was presented to Prime Minister Imran Khan in which 9 Upper House lawmakers including the governor, speaker of the National Assembly were declared responsible for poor performance.
The inquiry report covered all areas of weakness of the PTI to expose the reason for electoral loss in KP, Those lawmakers and senior leaders have been named in the report who had not supported the party.
The report further stated that 4 provincial ministers among 11 lawmakers from the KP Assembly were also held responsible for PTI’s defeat.
The report also blamed inflation, wrong distribution of party tickets among candidates and internal conflicts of local leaders of PTI for impacting the election results that had gone go against the ruling political party.
The report further added that district-level office bearers were named who had recommended the candidates, It was learnt that the Peshawar mayor’s ticket was issued over the recommendations of KP governor, Kamran Bangash and Taimur Jhagra.
The investigation report also said that the PTI mayoral candidate had lost the elections with a close margin.
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