QUETTA: Former Balochistan chief minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani has said the term of National Assembly and provincial assemblies should be four years instead of five so that people could assess which government is serving the masses better.

Talking to media at the airport after his return to Quetta from Kar­achi on Monday, he said he would be part of the coalition government and would sit on treasury benches in the assembly. “I wish the new Balochistan government to deliver and its performance should be better than my government,” he said.

Mr Alyani said he was still the president of Balochistan Awami Party and as he did not resign from the office of president.

He said a party meeting would soon be convened to discuss holding of inter-party elections.

Published in Dawn, November 30th, 2021

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