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Amir Kiani quits PTI, politics as well

islamabad: The President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) North Punjab, Aamir Kiani parted his way with the PTI and quit politics as well, as the party workers attacked military installations and other public properties after Khan’s arrest on May 9.

“My family belongs to the military background as my grandfather and other family members served in this prestigious institution which protects the borders of our beloved country. I cannot bear and think to disrespect our army,” the staunch companion of PTI chief said while addressing a press conference at National Press Club Islamabad.

He said that the Pakistan army rendered a lot of sacrifices for the country and still they were offering their lives daily to protect the country.

Kiani announced his retirement with a heavy heart and said leaving PTI after 24 years was saddening, but he could not pursue his career as a politician in this grave situation.

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