ISLAMABAD: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal has confidently claimed that the no-confidence motion against him will fail, God willing. He said that it is a good thing that voting has taken place so that the situation becomes clear.
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According to Hum News, he said this while talking to media after meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan. He had a smile on his face while talking to the media and he looked very satisfied and happy.
Replying to a question, Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal said that voting would take place in the next three to four days but declined to give a final date.
When asked about the meeting with Jam Kamal, he said that the development of Balochistan was discussed in the meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Hum News has quoted responsible sources in this regard that Prime Minister Imran Khan in a meeting with Chief Minister Jam Kamal said that the manpower of Balochistan is the real asset of the country. He said that development of Balochistan was one of the top priorities of the government.
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Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the government announced a historic package for Balochistan. He said the government was taking steps to integrate Baloch youth into the national mainstream.
Sources told Hum News that during the meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan, Chief Minister Jam Kamal also gave a briefing on the ongoing development projects under the Balochistan package.
It may be recalled that on his arrival in Islamabad from Quetta yesterday, Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal had said that a meeting with the Prime Minister was expected. He said that PTI is a coalition party and hoped that it would support us.
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A few days ago, Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal had also met JUI-F central leader Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri and sought his help to save the government, but in reply he was told that the tide had turned.