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Reorganisation of PPP to be completed by Dec 27

Bureau Report 2016-11-28
PESHAWAR: Pakistan People`s Party has planned to complete the reorganisation process in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa till December 27 to launch drive for mobilisation of workers and make preparations for the 2018 general elections.

Talking to a group of journalists here on Sunday, PPP newly appointed provincial president Eng Humayun Khan said that PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would visit Peshawar after December 5 to have meetings with the workers and senior leaders.

He said that PPP foundation day celebrations would be started from November 30 that would continue till December 5 atBilawal House, Lahore where workers from different provinces would set up their stalls and hold traditional cultural events.

The PPP workers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would set up their stalls on December 3 and aspirants for divisional level of fices would also hold meeting with the party chairman on the same day.

Mr Khan said that the coordination committee had submitted three names for three party`s offices including president, general secretary and information secretary in each division and district but anyone aspiring to appear in the interview would be allowed to offer his/her services.

The coordination committee, he said, had thoroughly worked for nine months and visited every nook and corner of the province to hold meetings with workers about selection of office-bearers.

Mr Khan said that PPP workers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would leave for Lahore on November 29.

They would remain there stay tillDecember 5 to have interaction with workers from different provinces for strengthening of party.

The PPP leader said that the provincial secretariat of the party would be shifted to Dauranpur Peshawar so that workers could easily approach the leadership and play their role in reorganisation of the party.

`All the workers are respectable for me. I will take them along to come up to the expectations of party leadership,` he added.

He thanked the party leadership for appointing him PPP provincial president and pledged that he would leave no stone unturnedfor strengthening the party to win the next general elections in the province.

Meanwhile, scores of PPP leaders including former lawmakers Rahimdad Khan, Anwar Khan, Bacha Salish and members of People`s Students Federation in separate statements welcomed the appointment of Humayun Khan as PPP provincial president.