The Dera Ismail Khan bench of the Peshawar High Court has granted bail to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Ali Amin Gandapur in 24 cases, marking a significant legal development on Tuesday. This decision comes as PTI founder Imran Khan nominated Gandapur for the chief minister position of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, emphasizing the party’s trust in him for a key leadership role.
Ali Amin Gandapur personally appeared before the DI Khan bench on the same day that Imran Khan put forth his candidacy for the chief ministerial role. This move suggests a strategic positioning of key PTI figures as the party navigates political developments in the region.
Importantly, the PTI has announced plans to establish a coalition government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, partnering with Jamaat-e-Islami in the province. Simultaneously, at the national and provincial levels, PTI is set to collaborate with Majlis Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) in the formation of the government. These political alliances indicate a comprehensive strategy by PTI to consolidate its influence and pursue effective governance through coalition partnerships.
Central Information Secretary Raoof Hasan officially communicated these coalition plans on Tuesday. The announcement followed a meeting between PTI leaders, journalists, and Imran Khan at Adiala jail, where the party founder is currently situated.
This gathering underscored the coordination within the PTI leadership as they chart a course for governance both at the provincial and federal levels. The approval of bail for Ali Amin Gandapur in 24 cases aligns with the party’s broader political agenda, signaling stability and consolidation of key figures as PTI prepares to take on significant roles in government.
The legal development adds an important dimension to the evolving political landscape in the region, setting the stage for PTI’s active involvement in governing Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and beyond.