Protest against closure of Taftan trade gate held

Published August 10, 2021
Addressing the protesters, Haji Khuda Nazar, Amanullah Mohammad Hasni, Asif Burhanzai and others said Taftan was an important business town as it is located along the border with Iran. — DawnNewsTV/File
Addressing the protesters, Haji Khuda Nazar, Amanullah Mohammad Hasni, Asif Burhanzai and others said Taftan was an important business town as it is located along the border with Iran. — DawnNewsTV/File

CHAGAI: Labourers and traders staged a protest march against the prolonged closure of tax-free trade gate Zero Point and Bazarcha at the Pak-Iran border in Taftan town of Chagai district.

The march started from Pakistan Gate. Its participants marched on different roads of the town.

Later the protesters staged a sit-in outside the NLC dry port.

Addressing the protesters, Haji Khuda Nazar, Amanullah Mohammad Hasni, Asif Burhanzai and others said Taftan was an important business town as it is located along the border with Iran.

Published in Dawn, August 10th, 2021

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