Senate and Sanjrani

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The victory of the Chairman Senate, Sadiq Sanjrani, was as unprecedented, as the move of no-confidence itself—being first time in the history of the Upper House. It was not only the shocking victory for the Government and its allies but more significantly to the members of the Opposition, who prior to the voting had simple majority of the Senators to knock out Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani from the post.
However, there could be number of the reasons that delivered the result in Sanjrani’s favour but one from those could be his impartial and fair dealings as the Chairman of the Senate which has turned the tide in his favor.
AAMIR KHAN WAGAN
Larkana

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