Abdul Quddus Bizenjo, the chief minister of Balochistan, said that he was not given permission to carry out his official tasks on his own. He declared that he would appeal the matter to the Supreme Court but would not step down.
“I am not sure if I will continue in the position after today, but I would not resign. I am not cowardly enough to quit, “At a press conference on Saturday in Quetta, the chief minister made the statement.
Although he was aware that many of his allies had left the party, he would not forbid anyone from leaving.
Although CM Bizenjo did not elaborate, several Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) members have joined the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). Fazlur Rehman, the leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), has already stated that Bizenjo would be replaced by a new chief minister. Regardless, Bizenjo vowed to uphold his dedication to his position and stand ready to defend his right to serve the Baloch people.
Bizenjo expressed dismay, claiming that the province’s high court had ordered a hold in several administrative cases, preventing him from performing his duties without restriction. He vowed to challenge the stay and said he will ask the Supreme Court to reconsider it.
The chief minister of Balochistan emphasized that it was his duty to speak out for the rights of the populace. The Balochistani people questioned why they were not getting their due benefits, he added, adding that “today, I will reveal why I ran away from the media for a year.”