"I will quit, the day my party reposed no confidence", CM Balochistan
File Photo of chief minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan

BNP M, JUI F, PPP brought PML N Govt down in Balochistan: Jam Kamal

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QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan said Balochistan National Party (M), Jamiat ul Ulema e Islam (F) and PPP brought the coalition government of PML N, PKMAP and NP down rather than Asim Saleem Bajwa. Jam Kamal Khan also questioned, “Who signed no-confidence motion against Nawab Sanaullah Zehri ? Were Mengal, Maulana Wasey not signatories of the no confidence motion agianst Zehri ? ”

The Balochistan National Party (Mengal) and the Jamiat ul Ulema e Islam (F) had backed Qudoos Bizenjo to replace Nawab Zehri as the Chief Minister Balochistan during PMLN led government.

Jam Kamal also pointed out that during five years of PMLN rule not a single kilometer motorway was constructed and the province was ignroed in major development projects.

Was it a PDM or BJP meeting ? 

Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan expressed serious concern over Owais Noorani’s speech in which he talked about a seperate state. Noorani leads Jamiat ul Ulema e Pakistan (JUP). 

In a series of tweets, the Chief Minister countered the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) narrative and said, “was it a public meeting of the PDM or BJP ? Whose narrative PDM leadership is promoting ?

The Chief Minister asked the component parties of the PDM to stop calling Balochistan as a small province and said all provinces were equal in the country.

BNP M, JUI F, PPP brought PML N Govt down in Balochistan: Jam Kamal

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