Following the orders of the Lahore High Court, PML-N’s Hamza Shahbaz finally grab the oath as 21st Chief Minister of Punjab on Saturday. He was regulating the oath by National Assembly Speaker Raja Pervaiz Ashraf on the dictate of the LHC as the CM-elect had looked for the high court’s interference on the matter.
Hamza Shahbaz’s covenant to provide comfort to people
Formerly taking the oath, CM Hamza Shahbaz vowed to provide ease to the masses. Talking to reporters after the solemnity, Hamza said that they have very little time to meet a lot of provocations left behind by the past government. It is a buffet government, he said, adding that they will make decisions in consent with the unified parties.
Hamza Shahbaz’s oath-taking ceremony was adjourned on several grounds
Punjab is the biggest province of the country and there are various challenges, he said, adding that they wanted to provide relief to the masses. It is relevant to mention here that Hamza moved the LHC for the third time on Friday as his oath-taking ceremony was adjourned on several grounds despite him being selected with a clear bulk of 197 votes from the Punjab Assembly on April 16.
Furthermore, just hours prior to the oath-taking ceremony, Punjab Governor Omar Sarfaraz Cheema, in a bombshell move, “rejected” the departure of Usman Buzdar saying inherent requirements were not content. He herd himself to the Governor House, while PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz also escort the CM-elect.
Hamza Shahbaz’s depiction
Hamza Shehbaz Sharif, who took oath as the 21st chief minister of Punjab today, is the first son of Shahbaz Sharif. The prime minister of Pakistan. The younger Sharif was born on September 6, 1974, in Lahore, as per the web page of the Punjab assembly. He ranked from the Government College, Lahore. And then went on to complete his L.L.B from the London School of Economics.
National assembly from 2008 to 2013 and again from 2013 to 2018
Sharif, formally, initiate his political vocation after the military takeover of General Pervaiz Musharraf in the late 90s. In 2008, he opposed the seat of the Punjab assembly. As an independent candidate, as well as for the national assembly. While he lost the rural election to Salman Rafique. He enhances a member of the national assembly from 2008 to 2013 and again from 2013 to 2018.
In 2018, he opposed and won one national assembly seat and one from Punjab. He later decided to keep his provincial faction and ceded the national one. The same year, Hamza Shehbaz fielded by the enmity as a candidate for chief minister Punjab.
But he lost to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf candidate Usman Buzdar. And appointed as the head of the opposition in the Punjab Assembly. He is the vice president of his party, the decree Pakistan Muslim League-N. In his 2018 election nomination papers, he proclaimed two wives, Mehrunissa Hamza, and Rabia Hamza.