Though the Balochistan government has withdrawn their names from the First Investigation Report registered against the opposition parliamentarians, but the opposition members still stay put in the police station, saying they will not leave the precincts without a formal notification to be issued by the provincial government. It was the 11th day on Thursday that Balochistan Assembly opposition members were not leaving the Bijli Ghar police station in Quetta. They have assembled there to court their arrests after the Balochistan government lodged an FIR against them for creating ruckus in the provincial assembly on the eve of budget presentation in the provincial assembly. According to SSP investigation, the names of opposition members had been taken off from the FIR but the opposition MPs insisted that they would leave the police station after a notification from the government. Balochistan Chief Minister Jamal Khan Kamal claimed that his government had withdrawn FIR against the opposition lawmakers. He was of the view that opposition was divided itself. He said one group wanted to end its sit-in at police station while the other group refused to budge. CM Kamal resolved to face the FIR lodged by the opposition against him. He said he could have put this condition before the opposition to first withdraw FIR against him then he would take back his FIR against them. “But I did not do this,” he added. He advised the opposition to come out of the police station precincts and resolve issues on the floor of the assembly for which they had been voted.