PTI MNA Aamir Liaquat Hussain resigns from NA seat

ISLAMABAD: 04, OCTOBER, 2021: Member of National Assembly (MNA) from the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain has resigned from his seat.

The PTI leader made the announcement in a post on social-networking website Twitter.

"Have sent my resignation from the National Assembly. May Allah Almighty support Imran Khan and PTI. Allah Hafiz," he stated in a short message on Twitter. 

In his statement, earlier, in July 2020, the PTI leader wrote that, "I am a helpless MNA of Karachi, unable to provide electricity to the people of my city. I cannot bear to witness the suffering and agony of Karachi's people, as well as the lies of [K-Electric CEO] Moonis Alvi." 

He had asked PM Imran Khan to meet him so that he could present his resignation to him in person. However, the premier had rejected his resignation, the MNA added. 

Aamir quoted PM in tweets, "You are an asset for Tehreek-e-Insaf, there is no need to leave anything." (04)

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