Prime Minister feels that his close associate Jahangir Tareen has betrayed him: Ansar Abbasi

 Jahangir Tareen was given the unofficial role of Deputy Prime Minister but completely disappointed with Imran Khan: senior journalist claims to be close to Prime Minister sources 


Senior journalist Ansar Abbasi has cited the name of Jahangir Tareen in the Chinese and flour scandal, saying the Prime Minister feels that his close associate Jahangir Tareen has betrayed him.  Ansar Abbasi, in his column, quoted sources close to the Prime Minister claiming that Jahangir Tareen was given the unofficial role of Deputy Prime Minister to perform despite being disqualified by the Supreme Court, but he completely  Imran Khan disappointed.

 Jahangir Tareen was unofficially given too many powers to reform the agriculture sector, to recruit people of his choice in the cabinet and at the federal government and bureaucracy at the level of the Punjab government, but the result came not only in the event of failure.  Large wheat and sugar scandals have also surfaced.

 According to Ansar Abbasi, sources close to the prime minister say that Jahangir Tareen had completely disappointed Imran Khan, now he believes he played the wrong horse.

 These sources say that the recent reversal in the cabinet and bureaucracy is a message to the PTI and to everyone in the government that the most recent and their influence is out.  With these changes, Jahangir Tareen's group reached its fate in PTI.  Sources say that Shahzad Arbab, Advisor to the Prime Minister of the Establishment of the Prime Minister, has been removed as the man of Jahangir.  Razzaq Dawood is not considered a "part of the gang" but the Prime Minister thinks that he has allowed it to happen for the benefit of the Chinese mafia.

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