In the first phase of Balochistan has formed 11 members of the provincial cabinet but it is not represented by women and minorities.
In the first phase, members of the cabinet who have been included have mostly tribal elders.
The ministers took oath in the ceremony held on Monday in Governor House Quetta.
According to the number of members of Balochistan Assembly, the cabinet will consist of 19 members, including 14 ministers and five advisors. In the first phase, ten members have been included as a minister.
Remember that the mixed government of Balochistan comprises six-party alliance led by the Balochistan Awami Party.
Other parties include Tehreek-e-Insaf, Awami National Party, Balochistan National Party (Public), Hazara Democratic Party and the Jamhuri Watan Party.
During the recent interview, Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal had said that the formation of the cabinet will be stepped up.
In the first phase, the ten members of the cabinet, who took oath as ministers, belong to three parties in Balochistan’s mixed government.
Among them, Mir Arif Mohammad Hussaini, Mir Zia Lengo, Mir Salim Khan Khosa, Sardar Abdur Rahman Khetran, Sardar Sarfraz Domki, Nawabzada Tariq Magsi, Sardar Salih Bhutani and Noor Mohammad Dohar belong to the Balochistan Awami Party.
Engineer Zamurk Khan Achakzai belonged to the Awami National Party and Naseebullah Marri belonging to Tehreek-e-insaf.
Among them Zia Lengo, Noor Muhammad Mudar, Nawabzada Tariq Magsi and Nasibullah Marri have become part of a provincial cabinet for the first time.
Mitha Khan Kakar in the cabinet has been included as Advisor, belonging to the Balochistan Awami Party.
In the first phase, the parties, who have not been represented in the mixed government, have been present in the cabinet, including Hazara Democratic Party, Balochistan National Party (Public) and the Jamhuri Watan Party.
In the first phase of the cabinet, three parties have not yet been represented, women and minorities have not been represented in the same place.
Three members of the Balochistan Assembly, who have been included in the cabinet, are three tribal chiefs and three belong to the heads of different tribes