"BAP relation with PTI was shaken even before no confidence motion", Jam
BAP President Jam Kamal Khan talking to reporters in Quetta: Photo grabbed from QV video

Manan Mandokhail, News Desk:

President Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), Jam Kamal Khan on Sunday revealed that relation with Pakistan Tehrik e Insaf (PTI) was shaken even before the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan. “PTI federal ministers were interfering in Balochistan government’s issues”, the former chief minister told reporters at the residence of Dr. Nawaz Khan Nasar.

Jam Kamal’s comments have come after the Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) Chief Shah Zain Bugti partied his ways with the ruling PTI government. The BAP has five members in the National Assembly (NA). Nawabzada Khalid Magsi is leading five BAP lawmakers in the NA. Mr. Magsi is close to Jam Kamal Khan.

He however preferred not to make the BAP decision regarding the no-confidence motion public before the press. Former senior minister Balochistan, Mir Zahoor Buledi and others were also present on the occasion.

Jam lashes out at Quddus Bizenjo

Regarding the Balochistan government, the former CM lashed out at Mir Quddus Bizenjo for what he called the worst governance in the province. “CM should improve governance”, he said.

Are Jamiat ul Ulema e Islam (F) and Balochistan National Party (Mengal) satisfied with the governance of Quddus Bizenjo? If they are satisfied, then, he should keep continuing, he suggested.

Yet to another question, Jam Kamal Khan preferred not to give any timeframe about the no-confidence motion against CM Mir Quddus Bizenjo. Although, Zahoor Buledi said that majority of the members were against Quddus Bizenjo.

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