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Sarfaraz Bugti claims support of over 40 MPAs in Balochistan Assembly

https://www.samaa.tv/pakistan/2018/01/sarfaraz-bugti-claims-support-40-mpas-balochistan-assembly/


January 6, 2018

 

By:Samaa Web Desk

Published in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Ousted Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti claimed that he had the support of more than 40 lawmakers in Balochistan Assembly.

Speaking exclusively to SAMAA, Bugti said that he was 99 percent sure that no-confidence resolution moved against Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri would be successful.

To a question about the alleged threat to lawmakers, he said that if any MPA was receiving threats why he can’t record the calls and makes them public to substantiate his claim.

Jan Achakzai, a PML-N leader and spokesman of Chief Minister Balochistan, said that the no-trust motion was bound to fail.

“We have a two-third majority. But I can’t reveal the numbers at this stage as we are in talks with some parties for their support,” he said. - SAMAA

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