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Reko diq (Reko diq ) project: One of the two partners of the Thietian Copper Company 'agreed to the agreement with  Government of Pakistan Reko diq Reko diq 

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan announced in a tweet on Wednesday night that 4 sake of Balochistanthe federal government will bear all the financial burden on the Reko diq Reko Diq project.

Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qaddos Bizenjo has welcomed the Prime Minister's announcement of Reko diq Reko diq project. In his statement on Twitter, the Chief Minister of Balochistan said that the announcement of the Prime Minister to carry the financial burden of Balochistan in the Reko diq Reko diq project is historic. This decision will be the beginning of peace prosperity & stability for the people of Balochistan.

Rekodak reko diq project: One of the two partners of the Thietian Copper Company 'agreed to the agreement'
Rekodak reko diq project: One of the two partners of the Thietian Copper Company 'agreed to the agreement'

The Prime Minister's tweet comes at a time when the issue of Rekodak Reko diq is under

 discussion in Balochistan and was due to  'incamera meeting' of the Provincial Assembly on Monday, December 27 in which members of the Assembly A detailed briefing was given regarding the project.

A member of the Balochistan Assembly who attended the meeting, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the news that the Balochistan Assembly had been informed that a partner in the project had agreed to certain conditions to save Pakistan from paying 6 billion. But is willing to compromise.

According to the Member of Assembly, one of the two partners of Thetian Copper Company (TCC) to avoid payment of 6 billion fine to the Government of Pakistan for the Rekodak project, the largest gold and copper deposit in the province. A proposal to renegotiate with is under consideration.

At the request of the members of the Balochistan Assembly and especially the opposition, the members of the Balochistan Assembly were briefed about the proposed agreement but it was kept secret which was the first time in the history of the Balochistan Assembly.

Regarding the points of the proposed agreement, the BBC contacted five other members of the Balochistan Assembly, one of whom apologized for speaking on Rekodak's question while the other declined to comment.

However, three other members, including a government member, confirmed the terms of the proposed agreement, saying they had been informed that a TCC partner had agreed to work under the terms.

Due to the sensitivity of the issue and the in-camera session, members of the Assembly spoke to the BBC on the condition of anonymity.

One member of parliament described the proposed agreement as "satisfactory" and said "we had no choice but to do so." "The verdict was against us (Pakistan)," he said. The  6 billion fine is not a trivial matter. Of this, Balochistan had to pay at least 3 billion or more. If they did not pay the fine, they would have to pay crores in interest on a daily basis.

"Since there is a huge amount of fine against us which we cannot pay, due to which the proposed agreement may not be 100% in accordance with our conditions," he said.

It should be noted that the BBC sent questions to Barrack Gold in this regard, but the company did not respond even after 24 hours.