QUETTA: Nawab Aslam Raisani led coalition government now stands restored in Balochistan as a two-month term of governor rule imposed in the restive province expired at 12:00 AM (March 14, 2013), Geo News reported.
Analysts say a joint sitting of the parliament is required to endorse extension for the governor rule, which was imposed by the president, invoking article 234 of the Constitution for two months in the aftermath of Alamdar road bombing.
According to sources Governor Balochistan, Nawab Zulfiqar Magsi, has held a meeting with the Aslam Raisani to hash over the situation after the end of governor rule and the reinstatement of his government in the largest province of Pakistan.
Meanwhile, Raisani has called all the Parliamentary leaders from the political parties that form the coalition government to join heads in Islamabad today (Thursday, March 14).
The Balochistan Assembly will complete its tenure on April 5. Federal minister Israrullah Zehri on Wednesday said Aslam Raisani would nominate caretaker chief minister.