Former Chief Minister Punjab and Imran Khan’s ‘Wasim Akram Plus’ has finally broken his silence after leaving Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI).

In a recent media interview on Monday, the mild-mannered Buzdar emphasized the need for all political parties to come together for the betterment and stability of the country.


When asked why he isn’t targeted as other PTI members are, Buzdar stated, “For the past two years, I have been dealing with legal matters in courts. I hope that challenging times will soon come to an end, issues will be resolved, and Pakistan will move forward towards progress and development.”

He also said that he has never talked ill about anyone and never will.

When asked about his stance on PTI, Buzdar refrained from commenting, stating that everything is in the hands of the people, and the public is the ultimate judge.

He advised PTI to sit together with others and talk for the progress of country.

Responding to questions about his competence, Buzdar expressed confidence that the people of the province can vouch for his sincerity and dedicated service to the region. He added, “People are the best judges, and they will vote for whoever they believe is better suited for the job.”

Buzdar stressed the importance of political parties setting aside differences and working collaboratively for the greater good of the country.

He emphasized the need for unity and collaboration to contribute to the improvement of Pakistan.

He sent well wishes to his former party and disclosed that he has joined hands with the head of the Muslim League Zia, Iijaz-ul-Haq.

A joint press conference was held where Iijaz-ul-Haq said, “I believe that elections will take place on February 8. Usman Buzdar, Yar Muhammad Rind, Amin Aslam, and 25 others are with us. We have support from various regions, including Peshawar, Sialkot, Khanewal, Sargodha, and Rajanpur. We are in contact with more parties, and they will soon be invited to join. We are forming an alliance in the name of National Unity to eliminate polarization.”