Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Thursday urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to take the requirements of the victims of terrorism protesting in Quetta, after the massacre of 11 colliers at Machh.
The PPP chairman Bilawal Zardari chose to microblogging site Twitter and stated he had been flying to Quetta using Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and former prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani but had been requested to ditch the airplane as the engine didn’t start.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Vice-president Maryam Nawaz can be due to achieve Quetta today.
The PML-N leader’s excursion, however, was postponed due to the weather conditions.
Addressing the press, Maryam said she’ll pay a visit to the protesters and ask them to bury the bodies.
She added that the prime minister doesn’t care about the people of the nation. “You’re requesting your ministers rather than going on your own. These individuals happen to be on the street for five days today,” she moans.
She further said that Nawaz Sharif has requested her to pay a visit to the bereaved families.
“I’m here for him.
A delegation headed by JUI-F pioneer Abdul Ghafoor Haideri can be set to depart Islamabad to get Quetta to express solidarity with all the mourners.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, a day before, urged the households of Mach massacre victims to bury their loved ones since Balochistan and national authorities failed to convince the protestors to finish their Quetta sit-in that’s been continued for five days prior to intense cold weather.
The prime minister chose to site Twitter to guarantee the Hazara families he is”conscious of the anguish and their needs” following the protest leaders denied to end their protest until PM Imran Khan himself visits them listens for their needs.
Thousands of protestors blocked the Quetta’s primary western skip on Sunday following 11 coalminers belonging to Hazara neighborhood were brutally executed by the Islamic State terrorists in a residential compound close to a mine site in Mach region of Bolan, some 100km away in the provincial capital.