PTI worker urges Imran to return his Rs100 donation
ISLAMABAD: A visibly disappointed activist of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has written a letter to party chairman chairman Imran Khan, seeking to reclaim him Rs 100 donation that he gave for organising PTI’s planned sit-in on November 2 (today) in Islamabad, which changed into ‘Thanks-giving day’, ARY News reported.
In a letter, the worker who identified himself as Allah Datta said: “Please return my 100 rupees and allow me a chance to say thanks.”
He also added that he would continue working for the party, but insisted on reclamation of his 100 rupees.
The worker mentioned in his letter that he also arrived Bani Gala but couldn’t meet Mr. Khan.
In his video message on October 17, the PTI chairman had demanded Rs 100 per party worker as donation for agitation movement against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Khan had said that corrupt mafia of the country was destroying all the state institutions, adding, that time has come people stand against the corrupt mafia.
“Demanding the donation of Rs 100 to each party worker, Imran Khan said that all arrangements including food and other expenditures would be fulfilled with this amount for the participants of the protest rally.”
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