KARACHI - Sindh Assembly Speaker Nisar Ahmed Khuhro has said that the Balochistan government could not be toppled through observation of any court as the chief minister of Balochistan already got vote of confidence from the House.

He was talking to the media persons at committee room of Sindh Assembly on Tuesday.

He said that on the advise of the CM Balochistan, the governor Balochistan summoned the session of Balochistan Assembly, which adopted the vote of confidence as no any observation from Supreme Court or High Court came on it neither anyone filed contempt of court.

Sindh Assembly Speaker categorically said, “It doesn’t mean after the observation of Supreme Court, the Balochistan government is not existed.” He said that forming or removing the government was only the domain of the parliament, so there was no ambiguity about the Balochistan government.

He said the in absence of the Speaker, the Deputy Speaker preside the assembly session, so the refusal of by the Balochistan Assembly’s Speaker to chair the assembly session until decision of provincial government’s constitutional authenticity is his personal opinion.

He was talking after meeting with the officials of a humanitarian organization - Rotary Club, which financed the medical treatment of three children of Sindh who arrived back after successful heart surgery in India.

He said that delimitation of the electoral constituencies should be done all over the province instead of singling out Karachi.

To a question, Khuhro said that the resignations of the ministers of PML-F, NPP and one minister of PML-Q had been accepted by the governor while opposition seats would be allotted to them in the next sitting of the assembly.

About constitutional position about the two ministers who have been reinducted in the Sindh cabinet after their resignation from assembly seats due to their dual nationality, Speaker Sindh Assembly said that article 130-A of constitution of Pakistan was clear for induction in the cabinet, so government. He recalled that the after the death of former Chief Minister Sindh Jam Sadiq, his son Jam Ashiq was made minister till six months.

To another question, he said that operation for deweaponisation was continued by the law enforcement agencies.

Earlier, the Speaker met with three children who returned from India after their successful treatment of hole in heart. These children were sent to India with help of Rotary International.

Speaker thanked to the Rotary Club for their financial assistance, saying that 13 more such children would soon be sent to India for their medical treatment as their reports are in process.

Three children including seven year old Maryum Baloch of Malir area, 14 year old Bishart Hussain of Thari Mirwah of Khairpur and 12 year old Riaz Ali Panhwar of Mirpurkhas shared their stories, who stayed about one month in the hospital in Nagpor, Bangalore-India.

Aziz Memon and Faiz Kidwai of Rotary Club said that their organization so far has sponsored financial assistance of 200 children for open heart surgery in India.

The Rotary Club has set a target to extend the assistance to the 1000 children for their open heart surgery in the India.

On the pattern on Indian hospital, they said that Rotary Club was willing to establish a well equipped ‘Heart Surgery Hospital’ in Karachi as grant of 20 acres of land was still pending at the government level.

Speaker Nisar Khuhro said that he would use his office to get approval of lease of land for such hospital. Later, Speaker presented the Ajrak to the children, who returned from India after successful heart surgery.