Shias continue protests against Quetta carnage
LARKANA: Hundreds of activists and local leaders of Shia Ulma Council Pakistan (SUCP), Jamaat Wahdat-u-Muslimeen and Jafria Students Organization (JSO) continued their separate protests and token hunger strikes against the killings of innocent people in Quetta carnage here at Jinah Bagh chowk on Thursday.
Protesters blocked the vehicular traffic for several hours in protest against the killing of innocent people in Quetta carnage; they also set tyres on fires and chanted the slogans demanded from the rulers to immediately arrest the culprits.
The protesters includes large number of men and women holding the banners and placards inscribed with slogans demanding the arrest of involved culprits and punish them exemplary.
The protest was led by Tarique Hussain Badvi, Abid Hussain Mangi, Riaz Hussain Shah, Syed Ali Shah, Zulifqar Ali Magsi and others strongly condemned the Quetta incident, killings of more than 90 innocent people of Hazara Community.
They said that citizens and religious scholars are insecure in the country; rulers are making hollow promises with masses. They said it was a conspiracy to create law and order issues in different cities, so that sectarian clashes could be erupted, but they should maintain the law and order situation to protect the lives and the properties of the citizens.
They demanded that the government to expose the hidden hands behind the incidents, formation of high level inquiry and arrest the involved accused, otherwise, they will continue their protest.