ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mir Zafarullah Jamali has resigned from his seat as Member of National Assembly.
Speaking in the session of National Assembly today, Zafarullah Jamali said that Baluchistan was neglected in Federal Budget.
The former Prime Minister, Zafarullah Khan Jamali said that PM and Opposition leader should resign if they are unhappy with the performance of NAB Chairman as he was appointed after their consultation and agreement.
He said that insufficient resources were allotted to Baluchistan in the federal budget.
While addressing to Speaker National Assembly, he blamed him for allowing the assembly to be used to criticize the institutions of the state.
Zafarullah Jamali was the Prime Minister of Pakistan during regime of General (retd) Pervez Musharraf. He was the PM from 2002 to 2004 after which he had resigned from the post. He was the first Prime Minister to be elected from Baluchistan in the history of the country. The resignation came as a result of tensions between Pervez Musharraf and him.