The governor of Balochistan, Amanullah Khan Yasinzai, withdrew from office on Wednesday.
Yasin Zai has reportedly tendered his resignation to President Arif Alvi who had been the former top judge of the Balochistan Court.
Two months later, Prime Minister Imran Khan received a letter requesting that he quit. The news of this trend is around two months.
The prime minister told Yasinzai in his letter that because of the pervasive Covid-19 situation in the nation, he could not visit him in person.
“It was a joy to work with you to establish a welfare state and in particular to deal with the difficulties facing the people of the Balochistan Province,” the letter reads, which still has to be verified.
However, given the current political environment, we need dexterity and dexterity to achieve a delicate balancing act, in order at the same time to secure political inclusion and fulfill our commitment to the Pakistani people.”
“This does not, of course, in any manner adversely affect your skills or performance, and I believe it is only that Pakistan’s altered political difficulties today demand a change” concluded the Prime Minister.
At the suggestion of Prime Minister Imran Khan in October 2018, President Arif Alvi has named him Governor of Balochistan.