BAP angry members warn Jam to resign till Oct 6 or face no-confidence

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BAP angry members warn Jam to resign till Oct 6 or face no-confidence

Syed Ali Shah, Manan Mandokhail :

QUETTA: Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) angry members have warned Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan to tender resignation by October 6 (Tomorrow) or face a no-confidence motion. Eleven angry members led by the finance minister, Mir Zahoor Buledi addressed a crowded press conference outside the Assembly Secretariat on Tuesday.

“We will submit a no-confidence motion If Jam Sab failed to resign”, Asad Baloch, the Balochistan National Party (Awami) lawmaker announced. Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, Muhammad Khan Lehri, Mir Sikandar Umrani, Bushra Rind, Mahjabeen Sheran, Laila Tareen, Naseebullah Marri, Lala Rasheed, and Akbar Askani were also present on the occasion.

Angry members reiterate demand for Jam Kamal’s resignation 

The angry members reiterated the demand for CM’s resignation. “Jam Sab should quit in a respectable way”, Zahoor Buledi, the finance minister suggested. He said the incumbent CM has failed to address the grievances of the masses. “Protests are the order of the day in Balochistan”, Mr. Buledi said.

The angry members’ press conference has come a day after the incumbent Chief Minister visited the residence of angry members to seek their support. “We respect Jam Sab, but he has to quit”, Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran another angry member advised. The angry members mentioned that despite repeated attempts, there were no cracks among them. “Still, we stand united”, Naseebullah Marri who belongs to the Pakistan Tehrik e Insaf (PTI) said.

Serious differences erupt within BAP 

Serious differences erupted within the ruling BAP when the joint opposition submitted a no-confidence motion against Chief  Minister Jam Kamal Khan on September 16.

There was no immediate response on the part of the CM after the resignation demand made by the angry members. Jam Kamal Khan has repeatedly requested the angry members to end agitation and start performing their duties as ministers, advisers, and parliamentary secretaries.

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