Caretaker Chief Minister, Ali Mardan Domki talking to media in Turbat: Photo provided by DGPR

Staff Reporter:

QUETTA: In a decisive move, the Balochistan government has declared the provision of compensation to the families of women who tragically lost their lives due to the Iranian incursion in Panjgur, as well as for the injured girls. Ali Mardan Khan Domki, the caretaker Chief Minister Balochistan, has swiftly issued orders to ensure compensation reaches the next of kin of the two women who lost their lives in the Panjgur incident.

Not only limited to fatalities, but the compensation initiative also extends its support to the injured girls, as confirmed by the Deputy Commissioner of Panjgur. Immediate measures have been set in motion, with orders issued to expedite the necessary actions for the prompt disbursement of compensation to the affected women’s heirs and the injured girls.

This empathetic response underscores the Balochistan government’s commitment to addressing the aftermath of the Iranian incursion, providing solace and support to those directly affected by the unfortunate events in Panjgur.”

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