No confidence motion will fail: Jam Kamal reiterates after meeting with PM
Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan : Photo provided by DGPR

No confidence motion will fail: Jam Kamal reiterates after meeting with PM

Dawood Ahmed : 

ISLAMABAD: Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan has reiterated that the no-confidence motion against him would fail. He was talking to reporters after meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday.

The CM has called on the Premier after the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) angry members submitted a no-confidence motion against him. Eleven members of the ruling party and three coalition members submitted a no-confidence motion against the incumbent CM Balochistan on October 11.

“There are some aspirants who want to become CM”, Jam Kamal said. He expressed the hope that the differences within the ruling party would be removed within the next few days. “Yes I am ready to face the no-confidence motion and it is a matter of just three to four days”, the CM said.

Buledi appoints Sardar Khetran as party spokesman

The angry members lead by the former finance minister, Mir Zahoor Buledi are also in Islamabad to meet the premier to seek his support. “We are trying to meet the premier”, Zahoor Buledi, the former finance minister told Quetta Voice via telephone. Mr. Buledi has also appointed Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran as the party’s spokesman for electronic and print media.

However, the angry members have not been able to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Grievances of Baloch youth to be addressed : CM

Prime Minister has also assured addressing the grievances of Baloch youth on a priority basis, Jam Kamal said quoting the premier. He said ongoing development projects in Balochistan were also discussed with the Prime Minister.

Senator Anwar Kakar of the BAP also reiterated that the CM and present government would complete tenure. “Some aspirants of CM’s slot are creating differences within the party”, Mr. Kakar said. He said the no-confidence motion against Jam Kamal would fail.

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