PASHAWAR : – As the summary was signed by Governor Haji Ghulam Ali, Justice (retd) Arshad Hussain Shah was nominated as caretaker Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister.
On Sunday, former chief minister Mehmood Khan and former leader of the opposition in the KP Assembly Akram Khan Durani met and reached an agreement.
The post became vacant following the tragic death of Caretaker Chief Minister Azam Khan on Saturday, and the province government was also disbanded.
Following Azam Khan’s death, the Advocate General of KP wrote to Governor Ghulam Ali and provided his legal opinion on the constitutional problem.
According to reports, Governor KP Ghulam Ali sent a letter to former Chief Minister Mehmood Khan and former Opposition Leader Akram Khan Durani to discuss the appointment of a temporary Chief Minister.
According to reports, Akram Khan Durani floated Justice (retd) Arshad’s name and Mehmood Khan agreed on his nomination.
Arshad Hussain formerly served as chief justice of Gilgit Baltistan and as a judge on the Peshawar High Court.
In a statement, Akram Durani stated that a new interim chief minister will be appointed shortly to settle the province’s ongoing constitutional dilemma.