Akhtar Mangal-led BNP ended alliance with ruling PTI
Islamabad: The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) suffered a setback as an ally in the National Assembly on Wednesday, with the Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) failing to implement the agreement with the party over it. Have participated differently.
Announcing his withdrawal from the government coalition in a session of the National Assembly, Mengal said that not a single point of agreement was implemented by the ruling PTI.
He said that he was ready to face death if the demands by BNP-M in return for supporting the government were illegal and unconstitutional.
Presenting the list of missing persons after signing agreements with PTI before the Assembly, he said that two agreements were signed at the time of the formation of the government in 2018 and later during the presidential elections.
However, he made it clear to remain in Parliament and vowed to continue highlighting the issues.
The BNP-M has four seats in NA and after withdrawal from the coalition, the number of PTIs has come down to 180, a majority.