Interior Minister meets Shia Hazara community elders at sit in protest camp in Quetta late Monday night.
While addressing the Hazara community, Federal Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed assured that the terrorists involved in the Mach incident will not be spared at any cost.
Interior Minister meets Shia Hazara community elders at sit in
Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri also accompanied him.
Hazara Shia community is staging a sit-in against the killing of eleven coal miners in Mach.
Friday prayers leader Allama Syed Hashmi Mousavi and former provincial minister Agha Raza are leading sit-in protesters.
Meanwhile, Sheikh Rashid announced relief amount for the families of the martyrs.
He further said that the Balochistan government would pay Rs 1.5 million to each family of the martyrs.
Besides, federal government would pay them Rs 1 million as compensation.
He invited the elders of Hazara community to Islamabad for a meeting with Prime Minister to share their concerns.
However, Hazara Shia community refused to accept his suggestion.
They reiterated their demand that Prime Minister should arrive at the sit-in camp.
At least 11 Hazara Shia workers of coalmine massacred
At least 11 Hazara Shia workers of coalmine massacred in Mach Balochistan early Sunday.
The terrorists abducted them at a remote coal mine, tied hand on back and blindfolded.
They took them to mountains and killed them there.
Later, terrorist group Daesh (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the attack.
Ethnic Hazara make up most of the Shia Muslim population in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan.
Balochistan province covers the largest and poorest region, rife with ethnic, sectarian and separatist insurgencies.