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PML-N Azad Kashmir President Announces New Executive Committee

Azad KashmirPML-N Azad Kashmir President Announces New Executive Committee

MUZAFFARABAD: (Azadi Times) Shah Ghulam Qadir, President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), has announced the names of 19 new members of the party’s Central Executive Committee. Azadi Times Reported..,

The announcement was made in a notification issued on June 8, 2023, and signed by Qadir and PML-N Secretary General Chaudhry Tariq Farooq.

The new members of the Central Majlis Amaila are all from Jhelum Valley district and include Raja Aftab Ahmed, Muhammad Asif Mughal, Malik Bashir, Raja Azim Zahid, Raja Anwar, Muneeb Chikarvi, Sardar Abdul Qayyum, Khalid Mir, Farid Khan, Raja Mushtaq, Abdul Aziz Budhan, Liaquat Awan, Raja Zahiruddin Khan, Mokhtar Geelani, Khawaja Abdul Samad, Akbar Kayani, Altaf Kayani, Qazi Manzoor, and Sardar Saeed Zafar.

The announcement of the new members of the Central Majlis Amaila has been met with mixed reactions from PML-N workers and supporters. Some have expressed satisfaction with the inclusion of new faces in the party’s leadership, while others have expressed concern about the exclusion of some senior party members.

The exclusion of some senior party members from the Central Majlis Amaila has led to speculation that they may be unhappy with the current leadership of the PML-N in AJK. It is also possible that they may be considering forming their own political party.

The PML-N is the largest political party in AJK, and it is expected to play a major role in the upcoming elections. The announcement of the new members of the Central Majlis Amaila is a significant development, and it will be interesting to see how it affects the party’s political fortunes in the coming months.

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