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Estranged member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Haji Gulbar Khan was elected on Thursday as the chief minister of Gilgit-Baltistan.

Haji Gulbar secured 19 out of 20 votes. Raja Azam Khan, Javed Ali Manwa and Raja Muhammad Zakria Maqpoon boycotted the election.

Subsequently, 19 of the 20 members present expressed their support for Gulbar. Out of them, three belonged to the PML-N, three to the PPP and one to the JUI-F.

Haji Gulbar had served as the GB health minister during the previous PTI government.

He replaces Khalid Khurshid Khan who was disqualified by the Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Court for allegedly obtaining a license from the GB Bar Council on the basis of a fake degree.

Khurshid took oath as CM in December 2020 after he was elected member of the GB Legislative Assembly from GBLA-13 (Astore-1) constituency by defeating PPP’s Abdul Hameed Khan.

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Manzoor Jul 13, 2023 05:53pm
Face telling the constipated plans...
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Daren Glynn Jul 13, 2023 06:41pm
Well Done you deserve it. (PTI ) all the way. There is only (one ) ruling party (PTI ) who has the power to get (one belovied country back on her feet (Pakistan).
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James Jul 13, 2023 07:22pm
Nation is educated ,vigilant,and sensible. Can not be made fool any more. May Allah seta team to rescue nation from Decoits, outlaws and criminals.
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zh Jul 13, 2023 09:20pm
Another achievement of the establishment. I wish they were also paying this much attention to their primary duties, fighting terrorism and not the concocted political one.
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Ghulam farooq Jul 13, 2023 09:42pm
Its good.
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