Headway made in investigation into Diamer tragedy

PakistanHeadway made in investigation into Diamer tragedy

Gilgit: Syed Mehdi Shah says the names of culprits will be given to media in two days.

Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Syed Mehdi Shah has said that important headway has been made in the investigation into the killings of foreign tourists in Diamer. He said the arrested persons are being probed in this connection.

Syed Mehdi Shah said the help of Peace Jirga is also being sought to arrest the culprits. He said full security is being provided to the tourists in the area. He said the tourists are allowed to move anywhere in the area except for Nanga Parbat.

Asad Haroon
Asad Haroon
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