GB chapter of PML-N turns against party leadership
RAWALPINDI: The activists of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), belonging to Gilgit Baltistan, decided to launch a movement against the ruling party as they hurled accusations at the leadership.
It was decided in a meeting of the party, chaired by GB’s PML-N Vice President Tariq Mir in Rawalpindi on Sunday. The participants of the meeting said that they had contacted with disgruntled party workers of Hunza and Gilgit via telephone and informed them about the decisions made at the meeting.
According to details of the meeting, GB’s Principal Secretary Sibtain Ahmed has taken the government and workers hostage and his interference in the political and administrative affairs of the region has badly affected the party. Therefore, he should be immediately removed from the post and an honest official be deputed instead, they demanded.
Moreover, the meeting urged that the party workers should be deputed on political slots. The promises made by GB Chief Minister Hafeezur Reham during his elections campaign should be fulfilled.
A policy must be devised to keep a check on the illegal cutting of trees, and the government should immediately initiate measures to resolve the problems of the regional media industry.