14-member Balochistan Cabinet Swearing-In Ceremony at Governor’s House, Quetta


Significant Ceremony of 14-member Balochistan Cabinet

In a significant ceremony held at the Governor’s House in Quetta, the 14-member Balochistan Cabinet was officially sworn in, marking a pivotal moment in the province’s political landscape.

Governor Balochistan, Malik Abdul Wali Kakar, presided over the oath-taking ceremony, administering the solemn pledge to the newly appointed members.

Diverse Political Representation

The composition of the cabinet reflects a diverse political spectrum, with six members hailing from the Muslim League-N, six from the People’s Party, and two from the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP).

Among the dignitaries who took the oath were notable figures such as Sardar Abdul Rahman Kethran, Mir Saleem Ahmed Khosa, Rahila Hameed Durrani, Mir Asim Kurd Gilo, Mir Shoaib Naushirwani, and Noor Mohammad Damar, representing the PMLN.

From the People’s Party, Mir Sadiq Imrani, Ali Madad Jatak, Mir Zahoor Bilidi, Faisal Jamali, Bakht Mohammad Kakar, and Sarfaraz Domki were sworn in. Meanwhile, Nawabzada Tariq Magsi and Mir Zia Longo represented the BAP in the cabinet.

High-Level Attendance

The ceremony was attended by Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti, along with other key political figures and senior officials, underscoring the significance of this governmental transition.

Appointment of Advisers

In parallel with the cabinet formation, the appointment notification for four advisers to Chief Minister Mir Sarfraz Bugti was released. Dr. Rababa Bulidi, Ali Hasan Zahri, Ghulam Rasool Imrani, and Naseemur Rehman were named in the S&GAD notification, with their status equated to that of provincial ministers under Balochistan Government Rule 6.CamScanner 04-19-2024 15.4

1st session of Newly formed Canbet Balochistan

Addressing the inaugural meeting of the provincial cabinet, Chief Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti outlined the immediate priorities and challenges facing the government.

Priorities Outlined

He emphasized the need for efficient allocation of departments to ministers and advisers, highlighting the importance of prudent financial management in the face of anticipated budget constraints.

Commitment to Development and Stability

Reflecting on the broader issues confronting Balochistan, Bugti reaffirmed the government’s commitment to addressing developmental disparities and ensuring peace and stability in the region. He dispelled notions of internal conflict, asserting that the province’s challenges are collective and require concerted efforts from all stakeholders.

Open-Door Policy

In a gesture of transparency and accessibility, Bugti underscored the open-door policy of the CM Secretariat, inviting cabinet members to actively engage in policy formulation and decision-making processes.

Looking Ahead

As the newly appointed cabinet members embark on their roles, all eyes are on Balochistan, as expectations run high for tangible progress and inclusive governance under their stewardship.

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