Staff Reporter:

QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Ali Mardan Domki on Wednesday said the provincial government has formed an investigation committee to probe into the Balach Baloch Turbat incident. CM Domki chaired a high-level meeting in the provincial capital to review law and order across the province.

“Genuine grievances of the participants of the Islamabad sit-in would be addressed”, the Caretaker CM assured. He said the federal government has also formed an inquiry committee to probe into the incident.

Caretaker Home Minister Balochistan, Captain (R) Zubair Ahmed Jamali, Chief Secretary Balochistan, Shakeel Qadir Khan, Additional Chief Secretary (Home), Zahid Saleem and other high-level officers attended the meeting.

Addressing the meeting, the CM stated that the provincial government was committed to solving the demands of the Islamabad sit-in within the constitutional framework. “Our doors are always open for meaningful negotiations”, CM Domki stated.

CM Domki called for an end to protests and said that his government was committed to addressing issues through political means.

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