‘Technical mistake’ in no-trust move gives 15-day reprieve to Jam Kamal

By: News Desk
Published: 12:17 PM, 20 Sep, 2021
‘Technical mistake’ in no-trust move gives 15-day reprieve to Jam Kamal
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The Balochistan Governor Secretariat has sent back the notice of no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani to the Assembly Secretariat on the grounds of ‘technical mistake’ giving a reprieve to the latter for 15 more days, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Monday.

Reportedly, the beleaguered Balochistan chief minister has got a breathing space of another 15 days when the Governor Secretariat sent back notice of no-trust motion against him to the Assembly Secretariat citing ‘technical mistake.’

Though the action provided a bit of relief to CM Alyani, but the opposition also started harnessing its efforts to dislodge the chief minister. It has become more active to bring the estranged government members to its fold.

The opposition leaders are having long meetings with them. They discussed the 15-day reprieve to Alyani and how to remove the ‘technical mistake’ from the no-confidence motion.

Sources informed that the opposition would get advice from legal experts in this regard.

The opposition and government estranged members will once again sit together today.

The government members are of the view that the opposition wants to make its no-trust move successful through its estranged members. However, they believe that the motion will not be succeeded and Alyani will manage to win them back.

On the other hand, the opposition claimed that as per the agreement, Chief Minister Alyani would resign on his own.

The opposition said that no-trust motion was tabled to dethrone Alyani and it could again be submitted after removing technical mistakes from it.

During the recent visit of Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani to Quetta, an agreement was reached between CM Alyani and estranged members. If the government fails to remove angry members’ reservations and doubts, then there is likelihood that Alyani would resign.

Reporter: Rizwan Saeed