The incumbent Balochistan government’s negotiating committee which went to Karachi to appease the angry assembly members of the Balochistan Awami Party will reach Quetta on Monday (today).
The committee will meet Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal and brief him on their visit to Karachi.
According to sources familiar with the matter, the negotiating committee comprising provincial ministers Mir Arif Jan Mohammad Hassani, Mir Saleem Khosa, Mir Ziaullah Langau and Haji Mohammad Khan Tor Utmankhel, who went to negotiate with the angry assembly members of the BAP concluded a crucial round of talks in Karachi.
Official party sources said the angry members have held talks and meetings with the committee in which assurances were given by the committee to allay their concerns and problems.
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However, infuriated members claim that they are still standing their ground and no progress has been made by the government negotiating committee as yet.
It is pertinent to note that the opposition members of the Balochistan government had tabled a no-confidence motion against the sitting chief minister of the country’s largest province.
However, they have failed to reach the required numbers so far to oust CM Jam Kamal.
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