Adviser to the KP Chief Minister on Information Ajmal Wazir was removed from his article, Geo News reported Saturday.
Based on a notification from the provincial authorities, Kamran Khan Bangash was given the additional cost of the portfolio of Information and Public Relations along with his workplace of special assistant to the chief minister on Local Government, Elections and Rural Development.
Another telling said Wazir was removed from his post above allegations of accepting a commission in an leaked sound record. An inquiry into the allegations to the leaked audiotape was arranged by the KP chief minister.
“Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has wanted to process a situation to get a fact-finding query to the newly surfaced audiotape of Ajmal Khan Wazir, former adviser to the chief minister for information and public relation,” the telling read.
Wazir has been appointed as the advisor to the chief minister for advice earlier this season. Wazir, that belongs to Shakai valley in South Waziristan, had united the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf before the July 2018 entire election. He was previously a part of the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid and’d stayed its principal vice-president.
Wazir calls it a’conspiracy’
Later in the afternoon, reacting to the evolution, Wazir said he was targeted at a”well-planned conspiracy”.
“That is a conspiracy against me. The conspirators have utilized a vile technique to obstruct my way,” stated the former information adviser.
He explained he’ll confront the fees head-on since it’s the prime minister’s vision to maintain everyone and anyone accountable and if there are allegations against somebody, they need to respond to them.
Wazir stated that sound clips from several briefings were trimmed and stitched together to create the audio clip that was manufactured.
“that I don’t have anything to do with the problem on that I’m being criticised,” he explained.
“The advertising was for the health area, which will be chaired by the health minister. I had been an honorary member of this committee and that I had no power to create a choice.”