Like other parts of the country, a large number of candidates are expected to join Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which would surely bring further strength to PTI in the next general elections. Sources told TheNation that due to the mounting popularity graph of Tehrik-e-Insaf, several incumbent parliamentarians have started contacts and given hints to join the party under the leadership of cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan. The provincial leadership has also started their full fledge preparation to activate party organisation and cabinet at union council level in the far-flung districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Those who are expected to join the party in the upcoming few days include Sleem Jan, nephew of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, former candidate of Pakistan Peoples Party Yaseen Khalil, Mahmood Jan of Muslim League (Q) and Nayar Babar close relative of Naseerullah Babar. Among the sitting parliamentarian Khawaja Mohammad Khan Hoti is soon expected to enter the party fold to give further strength to the party. Former MNA Khwaja Mohammad Hoti was strong candidate of Awami National Party from NA-09 Mardan-1 who has won the national Assembly seat on the ticket of Awami National Party. However due to certain differences with party leadership Khwaja Mohammad Khan Hoti later resigned from the Awami National party. Similarly a large number of people are expected to join PTI in district Buner where the party members are working round the clock under the district leadership of Amir-ul-Aman and General Secretary Ali Sher Khan. Those who will be awarded party tickets have started their campaign from the very early stage. They are also imparting training to youngsters to build their leadership quality and address speeches in front of huge gathering. Second expected candidate for PTI ticket from PK-79 Buner would be the party district General Secretary Ali Sher Khan who is also an active political worker of his area. While in PK-78 and PK-77 the party searching for suitable candidates with maximum vote bank along with public reputation. Likewise, the party also gaining strength at union council level in Buner where the party low rank workers visiting the far-flung areas on their own expenses to mobilise the people. They are much enthusiastic and eager for change to get rid of the incumbent leadership. Talking to TheNation Provincial President of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Asad Qaiser said that they are in search of credible and honest politicians as the people are expecting change from Tehrik-e-Insaf and this change is only possible through getting rid of opportunist and selfish political leadership.