Zahoor Ahmed Agha was appointed as the brand new Balochistan governor by President Arif Alvi on Wednesday after Amanullah Khan Yasinzai resigned from the put up.
A notification issued from President Alvi’s workplace stated that he has accepted Yasinzai’s resignation and appointed Agha as his alternative.
Amanullah Yasinzai resigns
Earlier right this moment, the previous chief justice of the Balochistan excessive courtroom despatched his resignation to President Alvi.
Yasinzai, who was appointed as Governor of Balochistan by President Alvi in October 2018, was requested to step down by Prime Minister Imran Khan in a letter after which the retired choose determined to resign.
‘Would by no means say something in opposition to PM Imran Khan’
In Might, the previous governor refuted the controversial assertion attributed to him in opposition to PM Imran Khan and stated that he didn’t communicate to anybody and didn’t give an interview to any TV channel or newspaper.
He stated he doesn’t have any connections with statements attributed to him which are being made and unfold intentionally.
“I respect Prime Minister Imran Khan from the bottom of my heart, I can’t even think or dream of giving such [controversial] statements [about PM Khan],” Yasinzai had stated.
PM Imran Khan’s letter to Justice Amanullah Khan Yasinzai
In line with Geo Information, the premier wrote a letter to Yasinzai through which he stated that he needs to nominate another person in his place.
In his letter, the premier wrote that he wished to satisfy Yasinzai in particular person however could not accomplish that as a result of COVID-19.
“It has been a pleasure [working] with you, striving for the creation of a welfare state, and especially looking after the people of the province of Balochistan,” the premier wrote within the letter.
“However, given the current political situation, dexterity and deftness are needed at this juncture for a delicate balancing act to simultaneously ensure political inclusion and fulfilment of our commitment towards the people of Pakistan.”
“Above in view, I intend to appoint a new governor in Balochistan and would, therefore, request you to resign.
“This, after all, doesn’t in any means replicate adversely in your competence or efficiency. It’s simply that the remodeled political challenges Pakistan faces at current require, I imagine, a change.”