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Uncertainty looms like Kashmir parliament can’t elect new EVENINGS

– Group of PTI legislators, led by regionPresident – and backed by PPP, PML-N – create forward block

MUZAFFARABAD: parliament of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) failed elect new prime minister on Monday after disqualification of Sardar Tanvir Ilyas regional high court in case of contempt.

Ilyas was removed after he indirectly accused the judges of hindering the functioning of his government and intervention in executive branch through grant of stay orders during function in Islamabad over weekend.

He made special mention of the $15 million Saudi funded education. project what was delivered on withholding in connection with a court order to suspend, as well as unsealing of tobacco factories involved in tax avoidance worth billions of rupees.

Subsequently, on Monday despite session beginning at 15:30, the meeting was adjourned without new prime minister existence elected.

The elections were announced earlier, and the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), which has a majority in The AJK Legislative Assembly was expected to provide a candidate loyal to former prime minister Imran Khan.

However, AJK President Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry, a PTI member, formed forward block inside the assembly, causing complications for V party. According to reports, the block has support of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).

Shah Ghulam Qadeer, Regional President of PML-N, declared that their alliance with PPPs in accordance with the “power of the exchange formula”, adding that they will be required to vote for PPP candidate if they offered one for EVENINGS.

However, the PPP did not contact PML-N during the negotiations. with Chaudhry forward block, and the block did not reach out them.

The PML-N leader noted that if the situation continues, his party, which has seven votes, will do its decision. However, reports suggest that Chaudhry contacted PML-N after seeing Kadir’s response, looking for support for V forward block candidate.

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