Balochistan home minister changed

Published December 26, 2018
Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan changed portfolios of two ministers. — File photo
Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan changed portfolios of two ministers. — File photo

QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan changed portfolios of two ministers on Tuesday.

According to an official notification, the portfolio of Home and Tribal Affairs and Provincial Disaster Management Authority has been taken from Mir Saleem Ahmed Khosa and given to Ziaullah Langove, who was minister for forest and wildlife.

Mir Saleem Khosa will now hold the portfolio of revenue.

However, it was not known who will head the forest and wildlife ministry.

It was the second time that the chief minister reshuffled the portfolios of his ministers. Earlier, the portfolio of food had been taken from Ziaullah Langove and given to Asadullah Baloch. However, Mr Baloch refused to head the food department and is now serving as minister for social welfare.

Published in Dawn, December 26th, 2018

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