No-confidence motion frustrates PM: Muqam

Shafi Ullah

MINGORA: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa President Engineer Amir Muqam has said that Imran Khan has frustrated due to no-confidence motion and he will no more be prime minister. He asked the government officers not obey illegal orders of Imran Niazi.
PML-N Pakhtunkhwa president said that Imran Niazi had resorted to abuses during four year rule and he had done nothing for welfare of masses. After Imran’s departure, all the birds of PTI will fly he added. He said that PMLN supreme leader Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and he served their people without caring for their lives and stood with them in every difficult time and standing in difficult times, in every difficulty whether it be terrorism, earthquake and flood, I stood with the people and I will stand still.
A meeting was held of tehsil Char Bagh officials, workers and local body candidates in Muslim League House with PML-N provincial president. He was addressing the people of Shangla. He said that the candidates are in their place but I will be accountable to those who will vote for Sher. It will be my duty to serve them, trying to serve the people without mandate God willing, I will continue to do so. My life and death are with the people.
Security plan for LG election in Swat announced: The district police of Swat have announced a security plan for upcoming local government elections according to which foolproof security would be provided both to the voters and polling staff.
DPO Swat, Zahid Nawaz Marwat told media on Friday that over 6000 police personnel would be deployed for duty on the polling day. He informed that 150 polling stations have been declared as sensitive where elaborate security arrangements would be adopted.
The DPO further informed that police in plain cloth would also be deployed at various locations to avert any untoward incident during the election. Leaves of all the police personnel have been canceled while a control room has also been setup at DPO office. The DPO said all the polling stations and sensitive locations would be constantly monitored by the CCTV cameras.