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PM to replace governors of 3 provinces after presidential elections

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has decided in principle to replace governors of three provinces soon after the presidential elections.

According to sources the governors of Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will be replaced after the presidential elections.

It has already been decided that Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar will be Punjab governor has.

PML-N’s Ghaus Ali Shah is being seriously considered for the position of Sindh governor and his name is likely to be finalised within the next few days.

Sardar Mehtab Khan Abbasi has emerged as a strong candidate for the position of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governor.

The sources said PML-N Secretary General Iqbal Zafar Jhagra will be appointed adviser to the prime minister.



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6 Comments

  1. rajah said:

    Good choices except Ch Mohammad Sarwar for Punjab.

  2. ASAF ALI SHAH said:

    We don't want Chaudhry Sarwar, whose career has centered round Britain, and who has been absent from Pakistan for decades. What is so indispensable about him that no one else can be appointed?
    .ASAF ALI SHAH

    • silk said:

      All others are having corruption in their pots while Mr Sarwar ain't. That is indispensable about him.

  3. Abdullah said:

    Sindh Governor should be replaced immediately, as the law and order situation in Karachi and Sindh is getting bad to worse. Is he sleeping from last 10 years ?

  4. ali ahmed said:

    PML-N’s Ghaus Ali Shah is being seriously considered for the position of Sindh governor – On 14th of December 1986, Qasba and Aligerh was attacked by Afghan and Pukhtun Drug and Arm Mafia terrorists.Police under Ghaous Ali Shah refused to intervene and gave open hand to these Drug Mafia and Arm Mafia terrorists who Murdered more than 400 people torched morethan 300 houses and shops with chemicals in 6 hours

  5. Silk said:

    We send real lion from Britain to serve Nation and surely he will prove himself. So proud of Mr Sarwar.

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