Chief Minister (CM) Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan tendered his resignation to Governor Balochistan Syed Zahoor Ahmad Agha, which was confirmed on Sunday.
Governor Syed Zahoor Ahmad Agha accepted his resignation quickly after Jam Kamal despatched it to him, studies Dawn.
Taking to Twitter, Kamal wrote, “And after many ideas and reasoning and never let Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) put additional cracks in us. I put my resignation with a consensus.”
Earlier, Kamal lay the blame for any loss in Balochistan’s growth squarely on the PDM, the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), some Balochistan Awami Celebration (BAP) members, and a “few mafias” and recommended that Prime Minister Imran Khan take a very good take a look at “his individuals”.
CM Khan additionally mentioned that the prime minister ought to inform sure federal members to not “fiddle” with Balochistan’s inner issues and provides some “house to the PTI’s provincial hierarchy” in order that it might probably play its function on the provincial stage in Balochistan.
Jam Kamal Khan is the fourth chief minister who has resigned to keep away from a no-trust movement.