President PML-N Balochistan speaks

March 16, 2014 Off By Web Desk

QUETTA: President PML-N Balochistan and provincial senior minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri has said Parliamentary party would decide to go with the government or otherwise but we would attend session of Balochistan assembly Monday.

Under the accord Chief Ministership was given that all coalition partners would be given respect but it was not so and CM House was confined to one party only.

This he said while speaking to Newsmen upon arrival at Quetta Airport from Karachi Sunday.

Federal Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch, Provincial ministers Sarfraz Bugti, Sarfraz Domki, Izhar Khosa, Amjad Abro, Jamal shah Kakar, MPA Mohtarma Samina Saleem, Tahir Mahmood Khan, Sardar Saleh Bhotani, Syed Raza shah, Ghulam Dastgir Badini, Asim Kurd Galloo, Irfan Kurd and others were present.

Sanaullah Zehri said it is our effort present provincial coalition should work. But it seems as if a villain is at work to fail it. We are not suppressed but far sighting political workers. Party’s parliamentary party would decide today whether to remain with the government or otherwise. Chief Ministership was given on the condition all coalition partners would be respected but it was not so and CM House was confined to one party only. He aid our ministers submitted their resignations with him while office bearers and workers complained of bad intentions of one party and ban on them. He said it had been our endeavour to resolve all problems through consent but positive replies were not being received form National Party.

He said it has been tradition in Balochistan that form National Awami Party till now coalition governments had been in power despite the fat every partner has its own manifesto and thoughts but government was run mutually.

He said cooperation from both sides is required for a successful government but decisions were being made without taking us in confidence. He aid our colleagues have reservations and for this our ministers submitted their resignations with him and boycott of cabinet was underway.

He said party’s parliamentary committee would meet Sunday evening. Democratic decisions taken by majority would be followed.

Answering a question he said it cannot be said now about formation of new government or resignation from the government unless a combined opinion of colleagues comes up.

He said at a meeting with Chief Minister Dr Malik Baloch in Karachi he told him that actors have changed in your government but villain remains the same who was working to fail his government. He said the way Akhtar Mengal did not listen to us and his government was dismissed after two and half years, it seems Dr Malik’s government would also would not remain intact due to villain.