The minority Shia Hazara community, which has been demanding justice for the last 6 days in Pakistan, has ended its protest following threats from Prime Minister Imran. Not only did he bury the bodies of 11 coal miners killed in an attack by Islamic State militants. Rather, the western bypass area of Quetta has also been evacuated. Explain that the Shia Hajra community miners were murdered last Saturday in the Mach area of Balochistan province.
The families of the dead were performing for 6 days
Thousands of people of the Hazara community, stunned by the killing of their relatives, sat on a dharna along with the coffin of the dead bodies in the fiercely cold Western Bypass area of Quetta. They demanded that they would not bury the dead bodies until Prime Minister Imran Khan personally came to them to give assurance of defense.
Imran had told the protesters blackmailers
Ignoring the demands of the people of his own people, Prime Minister Imran Khan had called the protesters to blackmailers. He said during an event that I have conveyed my message to the protesters that all their demands are being accepted. After this, why is the insistence on burying the dead till my arrival? The Prime Minister of any country cannot be blackmailed in this way. In this way, everyone will start blackmailing. Since then, this statement of Imran Khan was disputed.
Ruckus in Pakistan over Imran’s statement
Imran Khan’s statement saw sharp reactions not only by the opposition but also by the general public and the media. In order to convince these families for the last rites and a complete stop to the dispute, the Government of Pakistan also put a lot of effort. Pakistani officials claimed that the deadlock ended when Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan went to meet the protesters for the second time and he accepted their demand and told them that the Prime Minister had planned to meet them soon.
Pakistan government will provide compensation and jobs
Shuhada Action Committee and Majlis Wahdat-e-Muslimeen announced to end the picket. According to the agreement, the government will take action against those responsible for negligence in the Mach incident. The Balochistan government will provide compensation of Rs 15 lakh to the families of the killed person and a job to a family member.
Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa on Balochistan tour today
According to sources, the protesters ended the sit-in because they were told that Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa was reaching Quetta on Saturday. In Balochistan, the Pakistani army has to face attacks on the day. Due to which the completion of the CPEC project in collaboration with China is also clouded by doubt.