QUETTA/LAHORE Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani Sunday dismissed a PPP provincial minister on charges of hooliganism at a theatre in Lahore. The chief minister exercised his powers under Article-132 (3) of the Constitution in the light of a report submitted by the Punjab government. Provincial Minister Jaffar George, who belongs to Christian community, is currently in Lahore where he along with some friends created a scene at Alfalah Theatre. He was shifted to a police station after his arrest, but later freed as a result of high-ups intervention. Sources within Balochistan government told TheNation that after receiving the complaint, Raisani directed Akbar Hussain Durrani, Secretary Home and Tribal Affairs, to seek a detailed report. In the report, the Punjab Home Department said a 'drunk Jaffar George was arrested by the police for disturbing a stage drama at a theatre. When contacted, Munir Jan Baloch, Press Secretary to Chief Minister Balochistan, confirmed the move and said the minister was sacked after receiving a report from the Punjab govt, which found him guilty of the stated offence. Jaffar George, minister without portfolio, was elected member of Balochistan Assembly for the first time on a seat reserved for minorities on the PPP ticket. Lahore police arrested and later released the Balochistan minister, his driver and two friends on Sunday for their involvement in hooliganism at Alfalah Theatre. According to a Lahore police official, the minister, Jaffar George, along with his driver Zulfiqar and friends, Ashiq Masih of Lahore Cantt and Nasir Bashir from Balochistan, came at Alfalah Theatre in his official car (BH-12) to watch a stage drama on late Saturday night. As the drama started, they moved towards the stage and started making noises as they were drunk, he said, adding that the administration of the theatre tried to stop them but they kept on creating trouble and threatened them of dire consequences. Soon after receiving information, a police party from Qilla Gujjar Singh Police Station reached the spot and took the minister and his friends into their custody and later shifted them to a local hospital for medical examination. The report proved that the minister and his friends were drunk, on which police registered a case (765/10) under Section 506 of PPC and 11/4/79 of PEHO. But the accused were released on bail on Sunday.