Disappointed legislators from the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and their coalition government partners have filed a no-confidence motion against Chief Minister (CM) Jam Kamal Khan.
The no-confidence resolution was filed to the Balochistan Assembly secretariat by 14 provincial legislators.
In a resolution filed to the assembly secretariat, unhappy legislators said that the chief minister had failed to deliver during his three-year tenure and demanded Jam Kamal Khan’s dismissal.
Balochistan Governor Syed Zahoor Agha arrived in Islamabad on Monday to meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan on the no-confidence motion filed against CM Jam Kamal Khan.
According to sources, the governor, who came to Islamabad on a private jet, would meet Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday (today) to discuss recent political changes in Balochistan.
Following talks in Islamabad, the governor will determine whether to call the Balochistan Assembly session.
Earlier, in a meeting. The discussion focused on the no-confidence motion to be submitted against Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal. In his address to the conference attendees, Jan Jamali stated that Kamal was given the opportunity to resign with dignity, but he chose not to.
Abdul Rehman Khetran, Nawabzada Tariq Magsi, Zahoor Buledi, Sarfaraz Domki, Muhammad Khan Lehri, Bushra Rind, Lala Rasheed Dashti, Mahjabeen, and Laila Tareen attended the meeting.