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Balochistan CM Jam Kamal Khan resigns

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Balochistan CM Jam Kamal Khan resigns

QUETTA Oct 25,2021: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan knelt down and resigned from the Chief Minister’s office a day before the no-confidence motion was to be put for voting against him.

On Sunday night, Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan visited Governor House Quetta and submitted his resignation to Syed Zahoor Agha which was accepted by the Governor of Balochistan. After the resignation of the Chief Minister, the provincial cabinet was also dissolved.

On Sunday night, Chief Secretary Balochistan Mazhar Niaz Rana issued a formal notification on the orders of the Governor of Balochistan accepting the resignation of the Chief Minister.

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On the other hand, Jam Kamal Kamal Khan said that despite the ups and downs and conspiracies during the last one month, all our members remained steadfast and added that PM Imran Khan should check his ranks. Jam Kamal also suggested Imran Khan to tell his federal level party members not to interfere in the internal affairs of Balochistan so that PTI Balochistan can play its role at the provincial level.

After submitting his resignation, Jam Kamal Khan said in his statement that despite facing challenges and conspiracies for a month, all the members of his group are steadfast and no one is broken. “I will not be allowed to create further rifts between us and I resigned unanimously,” he added.

He said that it was a matter of pride for me to be a part of such standard people of BAP, ANP, PTI, HDP, JWP. All these people stood by me despite pulls and pressures.

It may be recalled that a no-confidence motion was filed against Jam Kamal on October 20, which was to be put to a vote on October 25 (today), but before the vote, Chief Minister Jam Kamal resigned.

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