Coastal Highway blocked in Gwadar after police arrest ‘Haq Do Tehreek’ protestors

admin 26 December, 2022
Updated 2022/12/26 at 8:24 AM
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QUETTA: Coastal Highway became blocked in protest near Gwadar’s Sarbandan area after seven”Haq do Tehreek” supporters, such as their leader Hussain Wadala, had been arrested by using the police.

The protestors had been annoying a reduction in the quantity of check posts, easier border alternate, and a total stop to deep-sea fish trawling within the sea subsequent to Gwadar.

The motion has been protesting in Gwadar for nearly eight weeks beneath the leadership of Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman.

According to info, the supporters of the motion blocked Coastal Highway close to Sarbandan after the arrest of their leaders. They have also introduced a strike in Gwadar and a rally in assist of the arrested leaders in Pasni.

Meanwhile, National Party (NP) has condemned the arrest and police motion against the protestors, disturbing the immediate release of those taken into custody by using the police.

NP General Secretary Muhammad Jan Buledi stated that the government need to hold meaningful talks with the protestors and their leadership.

A month-lengthy protest demonstration inside the port metropolis closing 12 months ended in some guarantees by the authorities but the issues could not be addressed.

The authorities has again formed a committee to barter with the leadership of the movement; but, it couldn’t obtain a step forward till Saturday.

On Sunday, Home Minister Balochistan Mir Ziaullah Lango stated they are seeking to quit the strike and sit down-in in Gwadar thru talks including that answers are continually located through speak.

He brought that Commissioner Karachi, DIG, and DC Gwadar have been advised to maintain talks with the protestors, and that they have been hopeful of finishing the stalemate.

The home minister brought that the chief minister cautioned resolving the problem through negotiations. He hoped that “Haq Do Tehreek” chief Hidayat-ur-Rehman would appreciate their offer for talks.

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