BAP hits hard on PDM’s duplicity

QUETTA: Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) spokesperson Dinesh Kumar on Monday has ac-cused the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) of backstabbing and termed the allied parties ‘ungracious’.
Speaking to media, BAP spokesperson Dinesh Kumar said, “Unfortunately, the PDM we sup-ported is now harming us.” Kumar said a meeting of the central committee has been called and its agenda includes parting ways with the PDM government.
The BAP spokesperson said, they will not make any delay if the central committee decides to part ways with the government.
He recalled that PDM would have not been in the position to form the federal government with-out the support of four MNAs of the Balochistan Awami Party.
It is a pity that the government we supported is now working ‘against’ us.
The spokesperson of the Balochistan Awami Party said that these parties have been tried before but non of them was able to resolve the problems of Balochistan.
Senator Dinesh Kumar further said that BAP was neutral in regime change. “We were neither asked to support Imran Khan nor PDM, it was solely our party’s decision.”
Kumar said he is not seeing the elections in the near future. On the other hand, Former Punjab Governor Omar Sarfraz Cheema claimed on Monday the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) was working against interests of the people of Punjab. –Agencies