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Gulalai made accusations over ticket refusal Khattak

She said she went along with her father and brother to meet him, which irked the leader, Geo News reported.

"Gulalai had sought assurance for a ticket in the next elections but it was rejected and now she has come up with allegations", said PTI's Shireen Mazari.

Mr Shehzad said his delegation had nothing to do with Ms Gulalai as its members, including poor transporters and pushcart owners, met the PTI chief to seek his intervention for the resolution of their problems.

"Gulalai was bribed by the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to malign Imran for his efforts against corruption as well as in the Panamagate case", Wazir said.

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About the texts, she said the texts were received from the PTI chairman's personal number.

Our Mansehra correspondent adds: The PTI Hazara chapter women wing also criticised Ms Gulalai for leveling "baseless allegations" against Imran Khan and warned the party's women wing would take to the streets against her. In addition, the party also alleged that Ayesha Gulalai was paid Rs 500 million for defaming Imran Khan.

The 64-year-old cricketer-turned-politician faced heavy criticism and pressure to quit after Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) lawmaker Ayesha Gulalai in a televised press conference on Wednesday said he has been sending "inappropriate and explicit messages" to her and other women workers of the party.

"Women workers are not respected in the PTI and a respectable woman worker can not remain in the party", she alleged.

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