The agreement reached between the Balochistan government and the Gwadar Haq Do movement came to light.
After assurances from the government that the demands would be met, the head of the movement, Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman, announced to end the sit-in in Gwadar.
There will be a complete ban on illegal trawling in Gwadar, the supervision of border trade will be handed over to the district administration while the cases against the activists of the movement will be dropped immediately.
According to the agreement reached between the Balochistan government and the ‘Give Gwadar Right’ movement, a committee will be formed to eliminate unnecessary check posts in Makran division.
The Chief Minister Balochistan will announce a special package for the fishermen of Gwadar. The victims of the expressway will be re-surveyed and compensated. No action will be taken against any activist of Haq Do Tehreek after the sit-in.
According to the agreement, the DC office will work out a plan of action to assist the fishermen affected by the typhoon, and quotas for the disabled will be implemented in the federal and provincial departments.
In addition, the people of Makran will be respected for their chardar and fence, Coast Guard and Customs will cooperate in releasing the seized boats, boats and launches.