Opposition submits no confidence motion against Jam Kamal
Malik Naseer Shahwani, Hamal Kalmati, Nasrullah Zarai and other opposition legislators submitting no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan: Photo provided by Matiullah Khan

Opposition submits no-confidence motion against Jam Kamal

Syed Ali Shah, Matiullah Khan :

Opposition legislators in Balochistan Assembly submitted a no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan. 16 opposition members have signed the no-confidence motion. There was no immediate response from the Chief Minister and Balochistan government spokesman about the no-confidence motion.

Quetta Voice obtained a copy of the no-confidence motion signed by opposition lawmakers. “The opposition lawmakers submitted the motion at the Assembly Secretariat”, an official of the Balochistan Assembly said. He requested anonymity. Opposition lawmakers including Malik Naseer Shahwani, Hamal Kalmati, Nasrullah Zarai, Sanaullah Baloch, Younas Aziz Zehri, Zabit Reki and others submitted the no-confidence motion.

Jam Kamal government fails to address masses issues 

CM Jam Kamal led government has failed to address the issue of law and order, unemployment, development in Balochistan during the last three years, the opposition lawmakers mentioned in the motion. They claimed that the present government has deliberately ignored opposition constituencies in the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP).

A sense of insecurity prevails among the masses in the aftermath of acts of kidnapping for ransom, the opposition legislators stated. They asserted that Balochistan was faced with a host of issues because of what they called an incompetent chief minister.

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