‘Don’t Blackmail PM by demanding a visit to Quetta. Bury The Bodies’-Imran Khan Tells Hazaras

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On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan again appealed to the Hazara group to bury those killed in the attack in the Mach region of Balochistan.

At the launch ceremony of the Special Technology Zones Authority in Islamabad, the PM spoke. He said the demonstrators had been told by the government that they would be compensated.

“All of their demands we have embraced. [But] one of their requests is that when the premier comes, the deceased are buried. I sent them a message that you will not blackmail the prime minister of any country like this until all of your demands have been approved.

The prime minister would then be blackmailed by someone,” he said.” “This blackmail has continued for two-and-a-half years as well.”

PM Imran said the protesters were told that he will visit once those killed in the attack are buried.

“I am using this platform to say that I will go to Quetta today to meet the families of the deceased if you bury them today.”

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Protests have spread in Pakistan over the murder of Hazara

Protests over the killing by Islamic State militants of 11 Hazara coal miners have spread to other towns, including Karachi.


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On Thursday, police said there were sit-ins in the vast southern metropolis in at least 19 places. Flights were delayed because it had disrupted access to the airport.

Over the last decade, hundreds of Hazaras have been killed in Pakistan in attacks by militant groups and IS militants. Attacks have included school bombings and crowded markets, as well as brazen bus ambushes along Pakistani highways.

The demonstrators asked the PM to visit Quetta. A five-day long vigil is being organised by protesters alongside coffins bearing the bodies of the victims, blocking a main highway.

Demands also include the regional government’s dissolution there. They want Islamabad to make a concerted effort to find and prosecute the culprits.

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Strange that PM has time to entertain the founding team of Ertugrul in Islamabad but not to meet the Hazara protesters who are mourning.