ISLAMABAD: Former federal minister and senior leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced to quit politics and resigned from the basic party membership.
“As I had already stated publicly earlier that I disagree with the policy of confrontation with state institutions, and such a policy has led to a serious collision with state institutions, which is not in the interest of the country,” he said on Saturday, in a statement posted on X, former Twitter.
The PTI leader further said that he was resigning from the basic membership of the party.
Thanking the people who supported him publically, Umar said he particularly wants to show gratitude to the NA-54 team and the voters who elected him twice.
“I have tried my best to serve the constituency that I was elected from. May Allah’s blessings shine upon the Pakistani nation,” he added.
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