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Govt constitutes joint committee to probe into Hazara Shia massacre

Govt constitutes joint committee to probe into Hazara Shia massacre

Govt constitutes joint committee to probe into Hazara Shia massacre who embraced Shahadat in the tragic incident in Machh.

Balochistan government made this decision during a high level meeting.

Govt constitutes joint committee to probe into Hazara Shia massacre

Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan presided the meeting in Quetta on Thursday.

Moreover, Chief Secretary Captain (Retired) Fazeel Asghar briefed the meeting about terror incident in Machh.

However, he identified seven of the victims as the Afghan nationals.

He further said the Afghan Government has approached the Government of Pakistan for handing over three dead bodies to Kabul.

Meanwhile, the meeting also decided to initiate inquiry against the concerned departments for negligence in discharging their responsibilities.

Meanwhile, families of martyred Hazara Shia coalmine workers continue sit-in protest in Quetta on 5th consecutive day.

They are sitting alongside coffins of the martyred of Mach massacre.

To express solidarity with them, the entire country is witnessing sit-in protests.

According to MWM’s spokesman, common man are largely attending sit-in protest from Karachi to Parachinar.

He further said that Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari is leading sit-in protest at D Chowk Islamabad.

Meanwhile, Shia Ulema Council Pakistan announced Friday a day of protest.

The protesters from across Pakistan are demanding the PM to visit Quetta at the earliest.

Moreover, they demanded an end to massacre of people belonging to Shia community.

GTV 

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