Islamabad, 6th January: Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced to go to Hazara, Balochistan to offer his condolences on the sad incident.
Baaghi TV: According to reports, the premier said that he would soon go to offer his condolences to the bereaved members of the Hazara community.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, while tweeting on the social networking website, requested that the martyrs should be buried.
I share your pain & have come to you before also to stand with you in your time of suffering. I will come again very soon to offer prayers and condole with all the families personally. I will never betray my people's trust. Please bury your loved ones so their souls find peace.
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) January 6, 2021
PM Khan wrote, “We are taking steps to prevent such attacks in the future and know our neighbour is instigating this sectarian terrorism.”
He told the Hazara families that he shares their pain and reminded them that he had come to them earlier as well and stood by them during their time of suffering.
He further wrote, “I will never betray my people’s trust. Please bury your loved ones so their souls find peace.”
The message by the premier was shared after the Hazara families continue their sit-in following the brutal killing of 10 coal miners in Machh.
According to reports, the fourth round of negotiations between the protesters and the government also failed.
Federal Minister Ali Zaidi, Special Assistant Zulfi Bukhari and Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Suri arrived in Quetta last night at the behest of the Prime Minister, where they met with protesters on the Western Bypass.
They had talks that lasted for an hour and a half. The participants of the sit-in refused to bury the dead and end the sit-in till the arrival of the Prime Minister.
It is important to note that on Sunday ten colliers were killed and four others seriously injured after armed men attacked them at a coal field in Balochistan’s Bolan district. According to police, the coal miners were taken to nearby mountains where they were shot.