Funeral prayer of martyrs has been offered, who were brutally killed in an attack on January 3,
The martyrs were laid to rest at Quetta’s Hazara Town cemetery on Saturday.
Thousands of people attended the prayers were led by Allama Raja Nasir Abbas in Quetta’s Hazara Town
Federal Maritime Minister Ali Zaidi, Special Assistant to the PM Zulfi Bukhari, National Assembly Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri, Provincial Home Minister Mir Zia Langove and other provincial ministers and civil society leaders were also present on the occasion.
The protestors, who had earlier refused to bury the deceased unless Prime Minister Imran Khan visited them and addressed their concerns, continuing to stay on the road alongside the dead bodies of their loved ones for six days.
The protesters agreed to bury the deceased after Senior Iranian Cleric Ayataullah Naser Makarim Shirazi asked the families of martyrs to burry their loved ones. Meanwhile, the negotiations with a government team succeeded in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Senior Iranian Cleric Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi in a statement on Friday denounced recent attack in Pakistan which killed 11 miners from the country’s minority Shiite Hazaras in Baluchistan province.
Condemning the recent crime, he urged the Pakistani statesmen and authorities to put an end to such crimes.
Daesh claimed responsibility for an attack Sunday that killed 11 miners from Pakistan’s minority Shiite Hazaras in Baluchistan province.