KARACHI - The fish traders and transporters, who carry fish trash from Karchi Fish Harbour (KFH) for manufacturing poultry feed located in Ibrahim Hydri ended their protest after successful negotiation with provincial Transport Minister Akhter Jadoon, said Fishermen Cooperative Society (FCS) spokesman Abuzer Mariwala. The transporters continued their agitation in the second consecutive day on Wednesday where they staged a protest demonstration at the KFH. They also parked their vehicles at KFH and blocked the adjoining roads since the first day of their agitation, causing the people associated with the fish industry suffered a lot. By the protest, they refuse to supply the fish trash from Tuesday when the traffic police asked them to shift their items day times due to spreading of stinky of the fish trash.  The transporters were instructed by the traffic police to carry such items during night from 1.00 am to 6.00 am, as and avoid traveling in the daytime as it created problems for the people. At this, the transporters approached the FCS authority management to resolve the matter, but at the negligence of concerned authority, they staged protest. The traders refused to transport the fish from the harbor until their demand was fulfilled and threatened to create more problems for the boat owners and fishermen, who used to catch. Abuzer Mariwal FCS spokesman told The Nation that the transporters had ended their agitation after getting assurance by the provincial minister to fulfill their problem during the negotiation. He expressed that the protesters had presented their demands before the minister, who convinced them to withdraw from their agitation by decreasing their transportation time from 1:00 am to 10:00.  He also informed that the provincial minister ordered to DIG traffic police Wajid Durani to allow the transporters to carry their items via Mai Kolachi from 10:00. They also deplored that for last one week, the traffic Police have fined several drivers, forcing them to travel in the night hours, adding that around 50 trucks carrying fish trash travel daily to Ibrahim Hydri via such posh areas.