ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir Abdul Kam Niazi has resigned after Imran Khan. A no-confidence motion was filed against him by 25 legislators from Niazi’s Pakistan Tahrir-e-Insaf party. After which he announced his resignation on Thursday. After the formation of Imran Khan’s government in Pakistan, now the POK, that is, the PM of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Abdul Qayyum Niazi has resigned after a revolt against him in the Pakistan Tahrir-e-Insaf Party (PTI).
A no-confidence motion was filed against him by 25 legislators from Niazi’s Pakistan Tahrir-e-Insaf party. After which he announced his resignation on Thursday. In a letter to POK President Sultan Mohammad Chaudhry, Abdul Kam Niazi wrote, “I am resigning as PM under Article 16 (1). At the same time, President Sachin Asif Hussain Shah has confirmed Niazi’s resignation.
Came to power only last year
Abdul Kom Niazi came to power last year. While PTI got 32 seats in the 53-seat POK. India opposed holding elections in POK. On August 4, 2021, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan nominated his party’s MLA Abdul Qayyum Niazi as the new Prime Minister of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).
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