Two major opposition parties, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on Friday directed their activists to join the ongoing sit-ins across the country in solidarity with the victims of the Machh incident.
He requested the community to bury the dead but added that it must not mean we would stand down on the demands put forward for the government.
Balochistan Home Minister Mir Ziaullah Langau on Friday again appealed the bereaved families and the protesting members of Hazara community to bury the bodies of the miners killed in the Machh incident.
Taking action over the Machh incident, Balochistan chief minister Jam Kamal Khan on Thursday removed the concerned deputy commissioner (DC) and the district police officer (DPO) over their alleged failure in protecting people’s lives.
He said the negotiations with mourners are underway and acknowledged their demands are just which he said will be fulfilled
The sit-ins have badly affected city life
Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan has strongly condemned the Machh incident again and announced to hold talks with the protestors.
The Hazara community members continued their protest against the Machh incident for a second consecutive day
Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad on Monday announced compensation for the families of those who were killed in Balochistan’s Machh area.