SAPM Yar Mohammad Rind says he’s by no means consulted on vital issues


Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Yar Mohammad Rind on Tuesday complained that he was being overlooked of vital issues and discussions.

Speaking to Geo News, Rind complained that regardless of being a member of the cupboard, he had been unable to satisfy PM Imran Khan for a few years now.

“Balochistan is being unjustly treated when it comes to the Senate elections,” he mentioned, lamenting that there isn’t any illustration of the province within the parliamentary board of the social gathering.

‘Who is Sadiq Sanjrani?’

The PTI chief lashed out at Senate Chairperson Sadiq Sanjrani, questioning his relationship with the PTI. “Who is Sadiq Sanjrani to take [important decisions]? What is his worth,” he requested angrily. “What is his relationship to the PTI? In Balochistan, Sanjrani’s character is regarded with extreme dislike,” the PTI chief mentioned.

Sanjrani lamented that it had been a number of years since he held a gathering with PM Imran Khan, including that he was by no means taken into confidence on something of word.

“We are worthless when compared to Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan,” he complained. “The Senate elections will have repercussions for the entire country. I cannot say what will happen [during the elections],” he mentioned.

Divisions inside PTI over Senate candidates

Signs of an inner rift inside the Balochistan chapter of the PTI grew to become obvious after the social gathering determined to reverse its choice of awarding the Senate ticket to Abdul Qadir.

According to Dawn, Abdul Qadir is a “business tycoon affiliated with the construction industry”.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Communication Shahbaz Gill, in a tweet, had mentioned that the social gathering had reversed its choice and now the Balochistan ticket had been allotted to Zahoor Agha.

“The kaptaan (skipper) always listens to his people,” the prime minister’s aide had mentioned.

The choice to award Abdul Qadir the Senate ticket was met with heavy opposition by PTI members.

A press convention was held by the regional presidents of PTI Balochistan.

“The party has issued a ticket for the Senate to a man named Abdul Qadir, who has nothing to do with the party,” regional president Nawab Khan had mentioned.

He had mentioned that giving a ticket to Abdul Qadir is a violation of the social gathering manifesto.