No-trust move against Zehri will fail: Naseebullah

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APP57-03 QUETTA: January 03 - General Secretary PML-N Balochistan Naseeb Ullah Bazai addressing a press conference at Press Club. APP photo by Mohsin Naseer

QUETTA, Jan 03 (APP):Pakistan Muslim League-N, provincial General Secretary Naseebullah Bazai said “no- confidence motion against Chief Minister Balochistan would be completely failed”, as majority of the political parties are with Nawab Sanaullah Khan
Zehri.
He expressed these views while addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club here on Wednesday.
He also thanked Pashtookhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) Chairman Mehmood Khan Achakzai and Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo for their support to Chief Minister Balochistan.
He said Balochistan collation government was made under consultation of PML-N Leader, former Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif with reconciliation of parties but some elements were trying to derail democracy system through no-confidence against Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanuallah Khan Zehri and democracy could not be derailed at any cost in Balochistan..
Law and order situation was improved and durable peace was also maintained through positive measures in the province by incumbent government,while mega development projects were continue in Balochistan, he added.
He said the conspiracy against the democratic process would fail completely in the province.
Action would be taken against those parliamentarians of PML-N, who took part in no-confidence motion against Chief Minister, over violation of Party rules under the constitution of Party, he added.
“Although no-confidence motion was part of democracy but it was submitted for aiming to derail
democracy system in the province, he said .
He also appreciated the role of Mehmood Khan Achakzai and Hasil Khan Bizenjo for supporting democratic values and stood with the Chief Minister Balochistan for
empowering the democracy in the province.
Advisor to Balochsitan Chief Minister Zahir Khan Kakar, Deputy Mayor Muhammad Younus
Baloch, Syedal Khan Nasir and other party leaders and members were also present on
the occasion.