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Maulana Ghias-ud-Din criticized own party

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Lahore: Maulana Ghias-ud-Din, an expelled MLA from PML-N, took the party leadership by surprise and said that there is a lot of trouble in politics and he took his family out.

Expelled PML-N MPA Maulana Ghias-ud-Din erupted against party leaders.  The priests of aspirations are sitting at the party today.

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Ex. PML-N  MLA  Maulana Ghias-ud-Din said that Uzma Bukhari asked him to expel him from the party to make his politics shine. Uzma Bukhari has become a member without any hard work so he is talking to us today. I come, if you bow before a gun, it is not a violation of the party’s constitution.

Maulana Ghias-ud-Din said that there is a lot of trouble in politics and they went out with the whole family. Nawaz Sharif should come back to the country instead of going abroad. Nawaz Sharif should not leave the workers without heirs. If we do and we sigh, we become infamous. We have not joined any party yet while we do not accept the notices issued by the PML-N.

League members expelled Maulana Ghiasuddin from the House.

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Earlier, Maulana Ghiasuddin reached the Punjab Assembly to attend the assembly session, at which the PML-N members expelled him from the house. Party members also looted MPA Jalil Sharqpuri.

On the other hand, after meeting the Punjab Chief Minister, the PML-N accepted the resignation of MPA Faisal Niazi. PML-N Punjab spokesperson Uzma Bukhari said that the resignation decided after attending a meeting of the parliamentary party.

Earlier spokes Person PML-N Punjab Uzma Bukhari was also criticized by Molana Ghaias-Ud- Din.

It should be noted that Maulana Ghiasuddin along with Jalil Sharqpuri and other members had met the Punjab Chief Minister, due to which the party leadership was angry with him.

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