Zero arrests on Quetta Attack, Hazara community stages sit-in at Quetta

People of the Hazara community have been staging a sit-in at Quetta’s Western Bypass for over 23 hours now to require better safety measures following a blast in Hazarganji market a day earlier.

At least 20 people were killed and scores wounded in a blast believed to be targeting members of the Hazara community in Quetta’s Hazarganji market on Friday morning.

Women and children are among those who have been staging a sit-in since shortly after the blast.

The protesters need that the government implements a powerful security plan and guarantee the protection of the Hazara community.

Eight Hazara, an FC official, and two children were among the dead. At least 48 others, including 3 security personnel, were harmed in the blast, police and provincial authorities said.

Of the injured , twelve are under-treatment at BMC Hospital and three are said to be critical . Four others are being treated at Civil Hospital and one is said to be critical . Twenty-six of the 38 harmed brought to Bolan Hospital have been discharged .

حرمین رضا

حرمین رضا اردو خبر میں پاکستان میں مقیم مصنف اور سابق ایڈیٹر ہیں۔