Enemies want Pakistan to be placed on black list: Shehryar
Shehryar expresses solidarity with Hazara communityShehryar Khan Afridi on Monday visited Quetta to express unity and solidarity with bereaved families of 20 martyrs, who had lost their lives in Hazarganji blast on Friday. His visit came amid strong protest of the families along with scores of Hazara community members, who were demanding to arrest the culprits and provision of security for their families. Addressing a victims’ family in Hazarganji, Shehryar Afridi said that attempts are being made to spread anarchy in the country. “There is no doubt that the Hazara community has been subjected to severe cruelty,” he added. “We are standing shoulder-by-shoulder with you in every difficulty and trial, he assured the Hazara community and asserting that the state will take action against those responsible for the Hazarganji attack. “The state will take every possible step for the elimination of terrorism and is also taking measures to protect all our borders,” he added. “Pakistan’s enemies want the country to be placed on the black list. We will go to any extent to take elements involved in terrorism to their logical conclusion,” Afridi stressed.
20 killed, 48 injured in Quetta Hazarganji blast
According to details garnered, the explosion took place early morning in Sabzi Mandi (Vegetable Market) located in Hazarganji area in Quetta.