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Balochistan cabinet members assigned portfolios

By Our Correspondent

Published: August 30, 2018

Balochistan cabinet minsiters take the oath on August 27, 2018. PHOTO:EXPRESS

QUETTA: The Balochistan Chief Minister’s office issued a notification on Thursday announcing portfolios for ten provincial ministers and one advisor to the CM.


Mir Mohammad Arif Mohammad Hassani was given finance portfolio

Noor Mohammad Dumar was given public health engineering

Sardar Sarfaraz Chakar Domki was assigned culture, tourism and archives portfolio

Nawabzada Tariq Khan Magsi was given the portfolio of communication and works

Engineer Zamrak Khan given Agriculture and cooperatives portfolio

Zahoor Ahmed Buledi assigned portfolio of information

Mir Zia Ullah Langov was assigned the portfolio of forest and wildlife

Mir Naseebullah Marri given provincial health portfolio

Sardar Mohammad Saleh Bhootani was assigned food, law and parliamentary affairs

Saleem Ahmed Khosa was given the portfolio of home and tribal affairs

Mitha Khan Kakar was made the advisor for livestock and dairy development.

Nine ministers, one adviser sworn into Balochistan cabinet

The ministers and advisor were sworn into the Balochistan cabinet at the Governor House in Quetta on Monday.

Balochistan Governor Mohammad Khan Achakzai administered the oath to the new cabinet members announced by Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan.

Eight of the new members belong to the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), while the Awami National Party (ANP) and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) have one each.


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