Balochistan CM quashes speculation about rift in ruling BAP

Jam Kamal slams people creating negative propaganda

Mohammad Zafar January 14, 2019
Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal. PHOTO: EXPRESS

QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal has refuted all rumours regarding rift in the ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), saying that dissidents are resentful of incumbent government’s performance.

In a statement on Sunday, the chief minister slammed people who have been creating negative propaganda against the incumbent government. He said the BAP-led government is committed to its party manifesto.

The BAP-led government is making all-out efforts to improve the quality of life by providing all the basic facilities in every part of the province, he stressed.
Kamal said that the party is standing at a strong platform as it has been fulfilling all promises made during the general elections.

He said that being president of the BAP he will run party’s affairs and as CM of Balochistan he will continue leading provincial affairs.

Criticising elements running rumours against the party on social media, Kamal said those who cannot even contest Union Council elections are busy in creating misunderstanding in the party.

“We have made earnest efforts in creating BAP, no one can create rifts in our party,” Kamal said, adding that the party has strong connections with workers.

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Kamal said: “The province remained impoverished due to negligence of previous governments because people were recruited on the basis of political affiliations and no heed was paid to development projects under the Public Sector Development Programmes (PSDP)”.
He vowed to leave no stone unturned in pursuing progress and prosperity of the province.

In a call to his opponents, the CM said they are envious of provincial government’s functioning. They are the same people who kept the province backward for years, he added.

The chief minister said: “Our decisions and legislations in last four months would yield positive results in near future that would stabilise the economy”.

He also said the incumbent government did record legislation and took immediate action over all major issues — seven cabinet meetings were held in which major decision were taken over PSDP.

In addition, education and health emergency has been declared to overcome the crisis and that is mainly annoying our dissidents, he added.
He lauded the coalition partners for their support for the uplift of the province.


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