Faraz dismisses ‘mala fide’ reviews of CM Punjab’s elimination

Chief  Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar shouldn’t be being faraway from his place, Federal Minister for Information Shibli Faraz mentioned Thursday amid reviews circulating of his dismissal.

A neighborhood TV channel, on a source-based report, had aired news that the chief minister is being eliminated.

Faraz, taking to twitter, mentioned that Buzdar is “going nowhere”.

“All speculations regarding his departure are mala fide and baseless,” the data minister mentioned.

Earlier, in January, Prime Minister Imran Khan had outright refused to take away CM Buzdar, saying he knew who the conspirator behind the CM Punjab fiasco is, sources knowledgeable Geo News.

The sources added that whereas addressing a gathering of the PTI members of the Punjab Assembly, PM Imran mentioned Buzdar would stay the Punjab CM and he won’t be eliminated at any price.

The prime minister added that he knew who was creating the controversy to oust Buzdar and that the conspirator wished the submit for himself.

Divisions over chief minister’s concern

The chief minister controversy had introduced discord not solely among the many coalition events however within the ruling PTI as nicely.

Punjab Information Minister Fayyaz ul Hasan Chohan had mentioned he may “only lament” Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudry’s criticism of Buzdar’s governance.

Chohan had mentioned Chaudhry was “keeping himself above discipline [in his] attitude and behaviour”, which was “very destructive to any party, institution, group or family”. Chaudhry “tries to be a hero” each month, he had added.

Chaudhry slams Buzdar in PTI assembly

Earlier, in a gathering of the PTI’s core committee, the science minister had lashed out at Buzdar over the latter’s “failure to deliver”. He had additionally reportedly knowledgeable the premier that of the Rs350 billion allotted for Punjab’s growth initiatives, the provincial authorities had solely utilised Rs77 billion.

Sources had knowledgeable Geo News that Chaudhry additionally accused the Punjab authorities of not disbursing the finance fee award to the districts. In response to the accusations, the premier directed the provincial authorities to launch the award, the sources had added.

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