The Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Qasim Khan Suri has said that differences between the Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal and collision partner PTI would be resolved soon.
He was speaking to the media on Tuesday after visiting Civil Hospital, Bolan Medical Complex and Fatima Jinnah Chest Hospital.
“Differences in coalition government are not a new thing. It happens among the partners and efforts through negotiation were underway to resolve these issues," he said, adding that Prime Minister
Imran Khan during his recent visit to Quetta also held a meeting with CM Kamal and PTI legislators to hear their issues and resolve them.
The NA deputy speaker also strongly condemned the attacks on security forces and held India responsible for using anti-pakistan elements in this regard.
He said Pakistan was playing its due role and making all out efforts for bringing peace in Afghanistan but India did not want the efforts being made in this regard to succeed.
“India hatched conspiracies against Pakistan through our enemies but all its conspiracies would be foiled with the support of the people and our security forces,” Suri said.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 12th, 2021.