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Mir Afzal sworn in as Gilgit-Baltistan caretaker chief minister[1]

[Posted on : 2020-06-25 by Sabir Ali] The caretaker chief minister of Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B), Mir Afzal, was sworn into office on Wednesday, a day after the regional government of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) completed its term of five years.

The oath was administered by G-B Governor Raja Jalal in a ceremony attended by outgoing chief minister Hafeezur Rehman and his cabinet.

Afzal became the second caretaker chief minister of G-B where the slot of CM and governor was first introduced in 2009 under Governance Order 2009.

Afzal, a retired DIG police, was one of the three candidates interviewed by federal minister for G-B and Kashmir affairs Ali Amin Gandapur in Islamabad. His notification was issued on Tuesday by the G-B council secretariat under Article 48-A (2) of Government of Gilgit-Baltistan Order, 2018.

According to the notification, the caretaker chief minister was appointed after consultation with the incumbent G-B CM and leader of Opposition in the outgoing G-B Legislative Assembly.

This, however, evoked sharp reaction from the opposition leader, Shafi Khan, who denied that he was consulted at all. In a late-night video message, the outgoing opposition leader said he was ‘condemning and rejecting’ the notification because it bypassed the law. He also threatened to launch a protest against the injustice.

Govt appoints Mir Afzal as GBs caretaker CM[2]

[Posted on : 2020-06-24 by Mir Majid Karim] The government has appointed Mir Afzal, former deputy inspector general of police (DIG) as the caretaker chief minister.

Notification of appointment of Mir Afzal, who hails from Astor Bunji area of the region, has been issued and he will take oath of office on June 25, 2020.

GB Assembly had started functioning from 24th June 2015 led by Speaker Fida Muhammad Nashad.

During the tenure the House made record legislation as compared to the previous term and passed 62 Acts besides giving approval of 178 resolutions.

The Assembly held 182 days of proceedings in 48 sessions. Thirteen standing committees on various departments rendered their services.

Presidential order for holding elections, forming caretaker govt in GB issued[3]

[Posted on : 2020-05-18 by Kaleem Ullah] According to a notification issued by the federal Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan on Saturday, the president promulgated the “Gilgit-Baltistan Election and Caretaker Amendment Order, 2020” to conduct transparent elections in GB. The GB Assembly will complete its five-year tenure on June 24 this year.

The presidential order said it was necessary to provide for adaption of laws to install a caretaker government in GB for conducting a fair and transparent election. It is expedient to amend the Government of Gilgit-Baltistan Order 2018 SRO number 704 (1), 2018.

The order will be called the “Gilgit-Baltistan (Elections and Caretaker Government) Amendment Order, 2020”. The presidential order inserted a new Article, “48-A”.

Problems of Students from Gilgit-Baltistan[4]

[Posted on : 2018-06-07 by Sajid Ali] Adversity tries us and leads us towards opportunities and it is a kind of knocking of it at our doors. A famous Chinese proverb says, "When the winds of opportunities were blowing, some people built walls against that and some other people made windows in their walls to welcome that". This saying leaves us with two options to cope with the problems. Either give up and surrender or show the problems your potential to cope with them. The life of students is full of problems. These problems at times intimidate them. This issue is very important to be discussed because the students of today are the fathers of tomorrow and the architects of the nation.

References :

[1] - https://tribune.com.pk/story/2249601/1-mir-afzal-sworn-gilgit-baltistan-caretaker-chief-minister

[2] - https://nation.com.pk/24-Jun-2020/mir-afzal-appointed-gb-s-caretaker-cm

[3] - https://www.dawn.com/news/1557695/presidential-order-for-holding-elections-forming-caretaker-govt-in-gb-issued

[4] - https://pamirtimes.net/2018/06/06/problems-of-students-from-gilgit-baltistan/



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