Four 'missing' BAP MPAs are back
All four 'missing' MPAs of the ruling BAP are shown in the video: Photo grabbed from the video shared on social media

Four ‘missing’ BAP MPAs are back

News Desk :

QUETTA: Four ‘missing’ members of the provincial assembly from the ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) are back. MPAs Akbar Askani, Bushra Rind, Laila Tareen, Mahjabeen Sheran are shown in a video widely shared on social media. The four members had gone mysteriously missing on October 20th on the eve of a no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan.

“We are in Islamabad and we will reach Quetta tomorrow”, Akbar Askani, the former adviser to the chief minister on fisheries said in the video. “We standby Qudoos Bizenjo”, Mr. Askani said.

The four lawmakers were the signatories of a no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan. “We were in Islamabad for personal work”, Bushra Rind said in the video.

The BAP’s angry members and opposition had accused Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan of detaining the members. A charge was vehemently denied by the CM.

Bushra Rind stated that she was facing a kidney problem and was in Islamabad for medical treatment. “I was in Islamabad and will reach Quetta tomorrow”, Laila Tareen, another lawmaker in the video said. She said, “we were and we are with Qudoos Bizenjo and will rejoin the group”.

Speaker Balochistan Assembly, Qudoos Bizenjo has convened the session of the assembly on October 25 for voting on the no-confidence motion against CM Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan.

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