Islamabad: Days before former President
Pervez Musharraf’s planned return to Pakistan from self-exile,
a key leader of his party resigned on Wednesday.
Fawwad Chaudhry, who was a spokesman for Musharraf and
general secretary of the All Pakistan Muslim League`s (APML)
Punjab chapter, said he was resigning from his party as he was
not being consulted on important issues such as Musharraf`s
planned return or the organisation of rallies.
Chaudhry said he had sent his resignation to the party
leadership via e-mail.
Earlier, veteran politician and former minister Sher
Afgan Khan Niazi resigned from the APML following differences
with the party`s leadership.