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No-Confidence motion is our democratic, political and constitutional right


QUETTA: Former Home Minister of Balochistan Mir Sarfaraz Bugti said “No-confidence motion moved against Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Zehri is our democratic, constitutional and political right in the Balochistan Assembly, as majority of Balochistan Assembly members are with us.”

He expressed these views on Thursday, at Senator Sardar Yaqoob Khan Nasir’s residence, while talking to media along with provincial assembly members Mir Jan Mohammad Jamali, Sardar Saleh Bhotani, Abdul Qadoos Bezenjo, Fateh Baledi, Syed Agha Raaza , Aman Ullah Notazi, Mir Abdul Karim Nosherwani.

He said, “I am integral part of the PML-N party. We are democratic people and in democratic system people in majority have rule.”

He said, “We have political differences with Nawab Zehri but traditionally being Baloch Tribal he is respectful for us.”

The provincial government has removed the security provided to MPA Dr. Raqia Hashimi and MPA Syed Raza Agha, which is an alarming order.

He said, “Political situation of Balochistan should not be compared with political crisis going on in whole Pakistan.”

“No trust motion against CM Balochistan is part of democratic process, we are political people and believe in political revival”, he added


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