According to notification issued by Central General Secretary Doctor Arif Ulvi, all the committees, wings, steering committees and Youth Wings were dissolved while the only Organization of PTI, Insaf Student Federation (ISF) will remain intact to continue their work for the party. All the President and General Secretaries of these organizations also has been terminated. According to the Provincial Spokesman of the party Shah Farman Justice retired Wajihuddine has been nominated Adviser of the election commission while Raof Hasan has been nominated Secretary of the election commission.
Other member includes Dr Arif Ulvi, Justice Shaiq Usmani, Iftikhar Gillani, Ahmad Owes, Asad Umar, Naemul Haq, Saifullah Khan Niazi, Azhar Tariq, Rashid Khan, Tasnim Norani, Syed Javed, Salman Danish and Suleman Amjad.
Earlier to this, three panels have been constituted which include the penal former Provincial President Asad Qaiser, Penal of former Information Secretary Zahid Hussain and Penal of Pervez Khattak.
It is believed that the penal of Asad Qaiser is looking stronger as workers of most of the districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have expressed full confidences in the leadership of Asad Qaiser while another important person Saad Abdullah has also joined the panel of this group.
Saad Abdullah is among one of the founding members of Pakistan Tahreak-e-Insaf in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and also remained provincial information secretary of the party. For the slot of Provincial General Secretary tough competition is expected among Farooq Hoti son of Khwaja Mohammad Khan Hoti, Shaukat Yousafzai and Saad Abdullah. It is worth mentioning here that all the candidates including Asad Qaiser and Zahid Hussain have been serving the party since long and all of them have their own sacrifices for the cause of the party.
In the upcoming party election it will be proved that who will be the liking candidate of the majority is for next provincial President of the Party.
Party sources said that informed in the province membership drive is being carried out across the country, in which thousands of people took part through SMS. He said that in the district level and federal level election workers would give their choice at a ballot paper.