PML-N ministers in Balochistan govt unhappy over party leadership behavior, decide to resign

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PML-N decides to quit Balochistan government

QUETTA: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) ministers and advisers in Balochistan have decided to quit the provincial government, media citing the party’s Balochistan spokesman reported on Thursday.

The PML-N spokesman said that the PML-N’s provincial ministers and advisers decided to resign from their posts because the party leadership is interfering in their authorities in the province.

The spokesman said that all the ministers will present their resignations to the PML-N provincial chief Sanaullah Zehri upon his arrival. He said that all the ministers are unhappy over the behavior of the party leadership.

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