LAHORE Divisions have emerged among PTI ranks on the issue of inclusion of traditional politicians in the party. One group is opposing taking in the old faces while another is supporting their entry citing their electoral potential, The Nation has learnt. Many supporters of the PTI are raising the question, how could Imran bring a revolution with putting non-revolutionary souls on higher echelons of the party? Party sources confided to The Nation on Friday that some founding members of the party were resisting the inclusion of these chips of the old block political, saying that it would betray the very purpose of the party i.e. bringing a revolution in the country. Moreover, it would give credence to opponents claims that PTI, acknowledging the real dynamics of the electoral politics, was looking for hardened politicians fearing electoral defeat due new faces. Sources quoted example of Gujranwala district, where the traditional lot of politicians among party ranks got nominated a person belonging to a traditional political family for running the district affairs by removing the party leader who had organised the grand show of Imran Khan in Gujranwala sometime back. They said that such changes has also been brought in some other areas and feared that ultimately it would lead the party to be hijacked by the forces of status quo and its appeal among the masses would be lost. The successful rally in Lahore has proved beyond any doubt that people want change, and if they would not get a real change, they would stop supporting the party, they held. This policy would particularly lead to disillusionment among the youth who are the mainstay of the party and primary force behind the revolutionary movement, they added. On the other hand, those supporting inclusion of experienced hands say that the upcoming elections would be a test case for the PTI and it should not close doors on the electables and depend entirely on new candidates. They maintain that support of traditional political families, especially in rural areas, was critically important to strike down their mainstream political opponents. PTI central secretary information Omar Sarfaraz Cheema told this scribe that maximum number of tickets would be given to the young and new blood, while the old faces would go through the scrutiny of partys investigation cell to be formed soon to check the assets of party ticket aspirants. He informed that partys central executive committee meetings were on to finalise the composition of the members of the investigation cell, which is likely to be formed by Sunday (tomorrow). The PTI spokesman told that the upcoming investigation cell of the party would be the top body to give 'clean chit to party ticket aspirants, especially the old faces to be admitted into the party, and the parliamentary board of the party would award tickets keeping in view the findings of this investigation cell. Omar defended his party on the issue of entry of old faces, saying there is no wrong in getting support of clean electables who agree with PTIs programme of change. Sources quoting party leaders opposing inclusion of old politicians said that awarding of tickets to the traditional political figures would start a 'musical chairs show, damaging the party at the end. Negating the stance of partys central spokesman, they said that the traditional political faces were rushing to PTI only after the successful public procession of October 30, clearly indicating that it was their vested interest rather than any ideological leaning that they were now expressing complete agreement with the PTI agenda.