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Slain coal miners to be buried as talks in Quetta between govt, protesters succeed

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In a late evening improvement, a lot to the aid of residents throughout Pakistan that had been ready to see a speedy redressal of the grievances of the Hazara neighborhood, it was introduced that the ten coal miners who had been massacred by terrorists on Sunday shall be buried.

Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi who had been spearheading talks on behalf of the federal government stated such incidences of violence should now come to an finish. “We are making amends for the last 70 years,” he stated.

Zaidi stated {that a} written settlement had been reached with the Shuhda Motion Committee. “No such written accord has ever been struck before with any other government,” he remarked.

“The demands put before us were difficult,” stated Zaidi, including that the officers who needed to be eliminated have been determined.

The minister stated that if governance in Pakistan “had not been so poor, poverty like this would not have existed”.

“People would not have been massacred like this,” he stated, including: “Foreign elements wish to create sectarian division in Pakistan.”

With the settlement reached, the sit-in by the households of the victims of the bloodbath, which had been staged for the previous six days in freezing chilly temperatures, got here to an finish.

Zaidi additionally introduced scholarships on behalf of his ministry for the kids of all of the victims.

Chief minister thanks households for agreeing to burial

Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan thanked the mourning households for agreeing to bury their family members.

“We will try our utmost to serve you better,” he stated, including that the system that doesn’t have justice as a basis doesn’t prosper.

“You have honoured us and Balochistan by agreeing to our request (for the burial of the slain miners),” Jam Kamal stated.

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