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Balochistan N ministers not to resign
 
 
 
Balochistan N ministers not to resign

ISLAMABAD - Provincial ministers and advisers belonging to PML-N in the coalition government of Balochistan have decided to withdraw their announcement of en masse resignations after Provincial Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti Saturday met with Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Interior, PML-N leader and Balochistan Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti has decided to withdraw his earlier announcement of his resignation from the cabinet slot after his meeting with the interior minister.
Nisar during the meeting said that they all had to bring improvement in the bad conditions prevailing in the province and to bring the region on the right track of development.
In another development, the interior minister separately talked with Chief Minister Balochistan Dr Malik and provincial ministers Nawabzada Changez Mari and Jaffer Mandokhel. Chaudhry Nisar has asked both of them that no provincial minister or advisor would resign and all their reservations with Dr Malik led government would be solved at earliest. The federal minister said all would made efforts to get stronger the provincial government of Dr Malik.
Earlier, the provincial ministers and advisers of Balochistan government belonging to the PML-N and another coalition partner of provincial government-PML-Q- had decided on Thursday to resign en masse saying that CM Balochistan was not cooperating with them and they were not being given enough powers to run their departments.
They had held a joint meeting where they decided that all ministers and advisers of PML-N and its allied parties would resign from the cabinet and resignations would be handed over to the PML-N parliamentary leader and senior minister Sardar Sanaullah Zehri on his return from Saudi Arabia.

 
 
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