PML-F’s Jam Madad Ali formally joins PPP
SANGHAR: Former Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly and Pakistan Muslim League – Functional (PML-F) leader Jam Madad Ali on Wednesday formally announced to join the Pakistan People’s Party.
The PML-F stalwart convened a ceremony in Bairani district Sanghar which was attended Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, Faryal Talpur and other senior leadership where he made the announcement with several of his close aides.
Jam Madad Ali also announced his resignation from PS-81 constituency of Sindh Assembly. He expressed full confidence in the leadership of Chairman Bilawal Bhutto.
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He said that he has buried the hatchet and resolved all issues with the PPP. He vowed to help the party in the general elections of 2018. The PPP welcomed in the party. PPP leader Roshan Junejo said that Sanghar will now be the fortress of the PPP.
Earlier, another former PML-F leader Mohammad Ali Shah Jamote announced to join the PPP along with dozens of his close aides in Matiari. He is the son of former minister Zulfiqar Ali Shah Jamote and the chief the Jamote clan.