Lahore, 7th January: Dialogues between the government and relatives of the victims of Machh massacre have remained successful.
According to the report of Baaghi TV, issues between the family of victims of Machh tragedy and the government have been resolved.
The protestors and the government have reached an agreement as the government held successful dialogues with the families of the coal miners killed in Machh massacre, sources told ARY News.
Sources have claimed that the government has accepted the conditions of the Hazara community. The participants of the sit-in will announce the end of it shortly.
The fifth day of the sit-in by the victims’ families had been going on since Sunday after the armed attackers killed 11 slain miners brutally.
Government delegations kept having talks with the protestors from time to time but failed.
However, according to the latest reports, the Hazara community has now announced to end the sit-in.
Meanwhile, Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan has issued orders to constitute a joint investigation team (JIT) to probe into coalminers’ killings in Machh.
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