Mahmood Khan, the chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, announced on Saturday that the provincial assembly would be dissolved today (Saturday).
The summary for the dissolution of the provincial assembly was signed by Punjab Chief Minister Parvez Elahi the day before the announcement. Following that, the province’s top executive for KP also created a summary for the provincial assembly’s dissolution.
Khan announced that this was his “final address” at a press conference in Peshawar because the K-P assembly would be abolished today.
The minister claimed that Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), was his superior and that he would not make any additional recommendations but would instead announce the date on which the K-P governor would receive the summary for the dissolution.
Khan praised his cabinet and executive branch and noted that both success and failure were inherent in elections.
According to the K-P CM, the PTI will receive a two-thirds majority of the vote in the upcoming elections based on its performance.
According to Mahmood, middle-class people are concerned about inflation. He noted that the KP government’s funds were still being held by the federal government.
The KP CM remarked, adding that the KP government was paying them from the provincial money, “The Centre is not providing the salary of government personnel in Federally Prescribed Tribal Regions.”
Pervez Khattak, provincial president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), stated on Friday that the KP legislature would also be disbanded following the dissolution of the Punjab Assembly. He instructed the PTI staff to begin organising for the upcoming election.
According to him, the summary for the dissolution of the Punjab Assembly had been forwarded by the Punjab chief minister to the governor under Imran Khan’s direction.
Even if the governor did not sign the summary, the Punjab Assembly will be declared dissolved after two days, he said.
According to Khattak, the administration and its allies were delaying the election because they were unable to stand up to the people who were experiencing a variety of issues as a result of their faulty economic policies. He claimed that soaring inflation has made living challenging for the average person.