Buledi lashes out at Gill in presence of PTI ministers
File photo of newly appointed acting president Balochistan Awami Party, Mir Zahoor Buledi

Staff Reporter :

QUETTA: Former senior minister of Balochistan, Mir Zahoor Buledi has lashed out at Shehbaz Gill in presence of Pakistan Tehrik e Insaf (PTI) ministers during the provincial assembly session on Friday evening.

“I strongly condemn Gill’s remarks about national institutions”, Mr. Buledi who belongs to the ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) told the house. The session of the Balochistan Assembly resumed here with acting speaker Sardar Babar Musakhail in the chair.

BAP and PTI are in an alliance in Balochistan. Although, the latter has parted ways with the former in the federal government. Members from the treasury and opposition spoke about issues relating to Balochistan and underlined the need for a solution.


“None can tolerate PTI leader’s statement”

“None can tolerate PTI leader’s statement”, the former senior minister of Balochistan said. As he stood at his seat, the PTI ministers including Naseebullah Marri and Mobeen Khilji left the house.

However, Mr. Marri again appeared in the house and wanted to respond to Mr. Buledi’s remarks about his party’s leader. Buledi pointed out the lack of quorum and the chair subsequently adjourned the session as most members from the treasury and opposition were absent from the session.

BNP lawmaker condemns police raids in Sariab

Balochistan National Party (BNP) lawmaker, Ahmed Nawaz Baloch strongly condemned police raids in the Sariab area of Quetta and demanded of the government to take notice of this. He said without fulfilling any legal requirement, police were conducting raids in his constituency.

“If someone had committed any crime, they should be produced before the court of law”, Mr. Baloch demanded. He said police and law enforcement agencies should follow the rules while conducting raids.

Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP) member, Nasrullah Khan Zairai and BNP’s Akhtar Hussain Langove also asked the chair to allow them to speak on issues relating to Balochistan. However, the chair asked them to speak in another session.

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