BAP issued 200 tickets to its candidates on NA and provincial seats

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QUETTA: Balochistan Awami Party (BAP)’s President Jam Kamal Khan claimed on Sunday that our party has issued 200 tickets to its candidates throughout Balochistan contesting for NA and provincial Assembly seats.
“Many political leaders in Balochistan wanted to contest General Elections on Balochistan Awami ticket following our burgeoning popularity but we have had issued tickets to candidates those have public support and influence.” Jam Kamal Khan said.
Before his words Pakistan Workers Party has announced their full support for BAP in elections.
BAP’s General Secretary Manzoor Ahmed Kakar, Senator Anwar Ul Haq Kakar, BAP President Jam Kaham have addressed a joint News Conference in Quetta Press Club on Sunday.
Jam Kamal Khan said BAP will be the single majority party that would form Balochistan Government in Balochistan therefore many Political Parties in Balochistan fearing of their defeat,
“BAP was formed with the vision to imposed Good Governance in Balochistan and bring Balochistan due rights.” Jam Kamal said and added we want utilize provincial resources for the development of people of Balochistan.
Talking on BAP’s liaison with other parties Jam Kamal said, we have formed a committee which is contacting other political parties to take them on board for a Collation Government in Balochistan.
Replying to a query regarding Political Parties’ Election campaign Jam Kamal said, today we can’t lure people of Balochistan by using tribal influence,
“Masses here will vote on performance because we can’t go on public unless we deliver them development and basic facilities.”
Jam Kamal said, our party leaders have already commenced political activities in all areas of Balochistan and people have showing their full support towards BAP.
BAP leaders Chahudery Shabir, Javed Ahmed Khan and others were also accompanied in BAP’s news conference.

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