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LAHORE -- Punjab Minister for Information Fayazul Hassan Chohan has asked federal Minster for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry to quit the party and the government if he is not satisfied with the performance of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

'Such a disgruntled individual better leave the party instead of spreading rumours and damaging the party,' said Mr Chohan while talking to a private TV channel on Tuesday about the federal minister's interview to Voice of America a day earlier.

In his interview, the federal minister had spoken at length about intra-party grouping and differences within the party affecting the performance of the government. He quoted Prime Minister Imran Khan as saying that the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government had six months to get things right, otherwise anything could happen.

Says the core committee member has a history of switching parties

Mr Chohan, in a rather harsh tone, asked Mr Chaudhry to stop washing (party's) dirty linen in public.

He said: 'He [Mr Chaudhry] is a member of the core committee. If...

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