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KP CM Removes Khalid Latif Marwat form Cabinet Over Alleged Interference

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur has taken action by removing Khalid Latif Marwat, who held the position of Special Assistant on Science and Information Technology, from his post. Khalid Latif Marwat is the brother of Sher Afzal Marwat.

The decision to remove Khalid Latif Marwat was officially announced, signaling a significant change within the KP government structure. This move comes amidst reports suggesting tensions and alleged interference by Khalid Latif Marwat in various governmental departments.

Earlier speculations had emerged regarding CM Gandapur’s discontent, with reports indicating that he had raised concerns to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan during a visit to Adiala Jail. These concerns pertained to Khalid Latif Marwat’s purported involvement in departmental affairs beyond his designated role.

The inclusion of Khalid Latif Marwat in the KP cabinet had stirred internal differences within the PTI ranks. His removal from the Special Assistant position reflects a response to these internal tensions and signals a recalibration of the party’s leadership dynamics in the province.

In essence, the removal of Khalid Latif Marwat from his post underscores the CM’s commitment to maintaining the integrity and efficiency of the KP government. It also serves as a reminder of the importance of adhering to designated roles and responsibilities within the governmental framework.

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