Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif, a spokesperson for the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, stated on Tuesday that the summary of the dissolution of the KP Assembly will be sent to Governor Haji Ghulam Ali before midnight.
He told Dawn.com, “A summary will be sent to the governor for dissolution of the assembly today.” The summary will be delivered by midnight tonight.
The Punjab Assembly (PA) was dissolved over the weekend on January 14 because Punjab Governor Balighur Rehman said he could not participate in the process.
Following the PA’s dissolution, KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan also promised to dissolve the provincial assembly, stating that a summary would be sent to Governor Ali on January 17 (today).
In a tweet, the CM stated, “A summary for dissolution of the KP assembly will be sent to the governor on Tuesday” in accordance with orders from leader Imran Khan.
Following an online meeting at the CM House between PTI chairman Imran Khan, the KP cabinet, and former KP governor Shah Farman, the announcement was made.
CM Mahmood thanked the government and opposition MPAs, in addition to the provincial bureaucracy, for the happy four years during his address today at the 86th cabinet meeting.
He continued, “I thank the people of KP for placing their trust in me.” We will form a government in the entire country with a two-thirds majority in the upcoming general elections.”
The chief minister stated that the country was unstable as a result of imported rulers and that getting rid of the corrupt gang was necessary.
Nawaz Sharif, the supreme leader of the PML-N, promised that the federal coalition would not be “blackmailed” by the PTI chief’s demand to hold snap elections in the country on January 15 while he was attending an important party meeting via video link from London.
Dawn was informed by a party insider that Nawaz was unambiguous about Imran’s demand for nationwide snap elections. Nawaz had stated, “We will not be manipulated by Khan’s demand, no matter what.” On time, the general elections will be held.