PTI's MPA in the Punjab Assembly Uzma Kardar has been expelled from the party for violating party discipline, a notification issued by the ruling party said.
The party's Standing Committee on Discipline and Accountability has issued a written order which states that Kardar's basic party membership has been revoked.
"You have acted in a very irresponsible manner and your conduct is unbecoming of a PTI member therefore you have been expelled from the basic membership of the party," the notice read.
"As a consequence you are also not eligible to hold any post or position at the parliamentary level," it added.
Kardar may challenge the decision within seven days with the party's appellate committee.
Last month, Kardar was removed from the Media Strategy Committee and as a spokesperson for the provincial government, according to an official notification.
The official notification was issued and signed by Punjab Information Minister Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan.
In the notification, it was mentioned that Kardar is to be removed from the committee with immediate effect.
In the 2018 general elections, Kardar won a reserved seat for women as a candidate from the PTI.