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Machh massacre: Talks between Quetta protestors, govt succeed


Oct 2, 2019
ISLAMABAD: Negotiations between the government team and protestors staging a sit-in in Quetta against the killing of 11 coal miners have succeeded, ARY NEWS reported quoting announcements from both sides from the sit-in venue.

Making an announcement on behalf of the sit-in committee, it was conveyed to the protestors that the relatives of the coal miners who were massacred brutally have agreed to bury their loved ones.

The committee thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan, members of the cabinet, Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal for agreeing to their demands. “We have decided to bury our loved ones,” said a member of the committee.

It was reported that Prime Minister Imran Khan is ready to leave for Quetta to meet with the relatives of the coal miners.

According to sources, the prime minister’s plane is ready to leave for Quetta and he would leave as per his promise as soon as the negotiations succeed.

A government team headed by Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal, Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Suri and Federal Minister for Ports and Shipping Ali Zaidi has reached the site of the sit-in in Quetta to hold talks with the protestors.


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