QUETTA: Another round of arrangements between opposition participants of the Balochistan Assembly as well as government reps in a police station, where the legislators have actually been remaining for the last three days, remained futile on Wednesday.
The MPAs, led by opposition leader in the Balochistan Setting Up Malik Sikandar Khan, mosted likely to the police station on Monday as well as used their apprehension as the authorities had signed up an FIR versus 17 MPAs of the resistance parties about Friday’s mayhem on the properties of the assembly.
Nevertheless, authorities did not take them right into custodianship saying that no apprehension could be made without examination as well as gathering evidence of the claims leveled in the FIR.
Mr Sikandar, Public Accounts Committee chairman Akhtar Hussain Langove and Shakeela Naveed Dhewar, speaking to media at the police station, stated that the government had 3 choices: it may ensure their apprehension or withdraw the instance or an FIR on the complaint of the resistance MPAs may be signed up.
They stated that when they came to know concerning the situation registered against them, they involved the police station and also supplied their arrest yet regardless of the flow of greater than two days, they were not being jailed.
“Our colleagues are senior parliamentarians. We have concerned the police station on our own,” they stated.
The resistance leader claimed that a federal government delegation had seen the police station as well as held negotiations with them but it had no authority to take any kind of decision.
House Priest of Balochistan Zia Langove likewise visited the police station and held talks with the protesting resistance leaders but the talks might not get to any conclusion and continued to be not successful.
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf parliamentary leader in the Balochistan Assembly Sardar Yar Mohammad Peel likewise visited the resistance MPAs and also talked about the concern with them.