MUZZAFFARABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has decided to support the no-confidence motion against Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Chaudhry Abdul Majid in the assembly, Express News reported on Tuesday.
Two members of the Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly (MLAs) from the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), submitted a no-confidence motion against him in a surprise attempt to bring an in-house change in the assembly on Monday.
The prime minister has failed to alleviate the sufferings of thousands of survivors of the 2005 earthquake as the infrastructure in the devastated areas is still in a shambles, the MLAs said in the charge-sheet which was submitted along with the no-confidence motion.
They also claimed that Premier Majid had failed to highlight the lingering Kashmir dispute at the international level in accordance with the wishes of the AJK people. They alleged massive corruption in several developments projects, including Mirpur Greater Water Scheme, Jinnah Model Town Housing Scheme, Mirpur University of Engineering and Technology, Mirpur Development Authority and the construction of two medical colleges in the state.
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