Sher Afzal Marwat hits back at Fawad Chaudary, tells him not to give advice



Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) leader Sher Afzal Marwat slammed former federal minister Fawad Chaudary, saying he has no right to criticise the current party leadership.

While talking to the media, the PTI lawmaker said: “I witnessed Fawad Chaudhary running like an elephant after seeing police outside the Islamabad High Court.”

He added that his running away made PTI bow down in shame, and thus, he should not give anyone any advice.

Upon being asked about Fawad’s comment calling current PTI leadership a “failure,” Marwat said that no matter how much of a failure our leadership is, at least “we stuck by Imran Khan in hard times and did not run away like

Fawad had called out the PTI leadership. He said: “Due to the lack of political strategy of the current PTI leadership, all of us are suffering,” and that there is “no chance” of the incarcerated party founder Imran’s release in the presence of the current PTI leadership.

He was of the view that “eligible” politicians like Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Pervaiz Elahi, and Asad Qaiser should lead the party. And that the present PTI leaders should stop “foolish talks.”

In response to Fawads strong criticism, the PTI core committee has “unanimously” approved a resolution that defectors who parted ways with the Imran-founded party in testing time would not be welcomed back.

The PTI chairman, Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, said that they would request that the incarcerated party founder accept the core committee’s recommendations.