Earlier, Kamal claimed out of the 41 members of the Balochistan Assembly, 80% stand with him
October 23, 2021
QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal on Saturday clarified that he hasn’t stepped down from the place after rumours surfaced concerning his resignation.
“I have not resigned and such rumours [should] not be spread,” Kamal wrote on Twitter.
Meanwhile, spokesperson of the Balochistan authorities Liaquat Shahwani stated that the information concerning the resignation “is not true”.
Spokesperson for the Balochistan Governor House additionally clarified that Khan’s resignation has not been obtained.
Khan, on Friday night time, had claimed that out of the 41 members of the Balochistan Assembly, 80% stand with him in opposition to the no-confidence movement moved in opposition to him two days prior.
Taking to Twitter, Khan claimed 80% of coalition lawmakers within the provincial meeting — together with from BAP, PTI, ANP, ADP, JWP, PPP, Azad, and BNP-A — assist him.
“Why do we count the Opposition as part of this coalition? If they stick to this policy, then they should announce themselves as part of the Opposition too,” CM Khan wrote.
It ought to be recalled that on Wednesday, out of the 65 lawmakers current within the meeting, 33 had backed holding a vote of no confidence in opposition to CM Khan.
Addressing the meeting session, BAP spokesperson Abdul Rehman Khetran had demanded the discharge of 5 “missing” lawmakers with rapid impact and stated that the meeting has misplaced its confidence within the chief minister.
“We demand Jam Kamal immediately step down from the post of the chief minister,” Khetran had stated. “Due to his poor governance, the province has had to witness hopelessness, disrepute, and unemployment, while the performance of different departments was also adversely affected.”
Khetran additional stated that CM Khan, “assuming that he is the wisest of all, had been taking all decisions related to the province on his own”.
“Running important matters without consultation has caused irreparable damage to the province,” Khetaran maintained, including that owing to that, meeting members demand Jam Kamal step down from his submit.
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