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QUETTA Negotiations between the government team and the organizers of the sit-in of the Hazara community have been successful.

According to details, the heirs of the martyrs who took part in the sit-in during the talks between the government delegation and the protesters have given permission for the burial. Government members and their relatives have finalized the written agreement.

The government delegation said that the Prime Minister would fulfill every promise made to the Hazara community. families martyrs have said that they want the Prime Minister to come and lay a hand of compassion on the heads of the oppressed.

Talks were held between Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal and the Martyrs Committee, which was also attended by Qasim Suri and Federal Ministers Ali Zaidi and Zulfi Bukhari, while Agha Raza Allama Hasnain and others were present on behalf of the Martyrs’ Family Committee.
The organizers of the sit-in said that our demands have been met and the talks with the government have been successful. The Prime Minister is grateful to the Chief Minister of Balochistan and the Federal Ministers.

In his address after the talks, the Balochistan Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan would visit the family and listen to their concerns. The Army Chief would also meet the Hazara community soon and brief them on steps taken to improve security in Balochistan.

Providing justice is one of the basic principles of society. We will try to make things better. I declare that we will solve the problems of the Hazara community. Where there is negligence, the place should be marked so that there are no problems, he said.

Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri said that it has been announced to end sit-ins all over the country. The Prime Minister and Army Chief will leave for Quetta as soon as the martyrs are buried.

Earlier, Balochistan government spokesman Liaquat Shahwani said that the Prime Minister would arrive in Quetta as soon as the burial process was completed.