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Govt figures ask who’s ‘taking part in politics’ over our bodies of slain Hazara coal miners



Govt figures ask who is 'playing politics' over bodies of slain Hazara coal miners

Government figures on Friday mentioned politics is being performed over the our bodies of the ten Hazara coal miners who had been brutally murdered in Machh on Sunday.

Their statements got here as protests unfold everywhere in the nation, and because the nation grew anxious to see the redressal of the grievances of the Hazara group who’ve been mourning the bloodbath for the previous six days and have refused to bury their family members till Prime Minister Imran Khan visits them.

Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi, who had gone to the protesters camp on Tuesday evening, shared a duplicate of the settlement made between the protesters and the federal government.

“Attached are demands and the written agreement offered by the government. Although, no one can ever put a value on human life, but for info, the agreed compensation is much higher than what the agreement says,” he started by saying.

He then went on to to cryptically say: “If all is agreed, then who is playing politics with bodies of the martyrs?”

Adding additional to the confusion, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Communication Shahbaz Gill made comparable remarks, saying that from Hazara Party Chairman Abdul Khaliq Hazara’s remarks “it is clear that the heirs have been wanting to bury their loved ones since the very next day (of the incident).”

“There are some other elements who wish to create unrest in this matter,” he mentioned.

He added {that a} chief doesn’t make selections primarily based on emotion or underneath strain from the Opposition. “Leaders make decisions that have far-reaching consequences”.

The ministers’ statements got here as Prime Minister Imran Khan, throughout a ceremony immediately to launch Special Technology Zones Authority in Islamabad, mentioned: “One does not blackmail the prime minister of any country this way.”

His remarks stirred up a storm, with the Opposition criticising the premier for likening simply calls for to “blackmail” and for “lacking humanity”.

Minister for Information Shibli Faraz, in his rebuttal to the Opposition mentioned: “The people who see a tragedy like this one as an opportunity for political point scoring are the ones who do not have any humanity left in them.”

He mentioned the prime minister used the phrase “blackmail” for these very individuals who “politicise every matter”.

‘Govt in contact with protesters’

Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed, in the meantime, mentioned that the federal government is in contact with the protesters and the Hazara group leaders and hoped that the matter would see an amicable decision immediately.

He mentioned that there are particular causes resulting from which PM Imran Khan’s go to to Quetta has been delayed “which cannot be made public”.

Sheikh Rasheed mentioned that the prime minister will depart for Quetta “as soon as the deceased are buried”.

We have sought assist from the spiritual leaders of Ahl-e-Tashee, students, and Majlis Wahdat-i-Muslimeen (MWM) to persuade the households to bury the martyred, the minister mentioned.

“It is a sad state of affairs that some sections are politicising this matter while there is a lot of time for politics in the future,” he lamented.

He mentioned Special Assistant to Prime Minister, Zulfi Bukhari and Federal Minister Ali Zaidi are already current in Quetta to condole with the bereaved households.

PM Imran Khan has all the time proven nice sympathy and love for the Hazara group and is pursuing his strategy of rooting out sectarianism and terrorism from the nation, mentioned the minister.

‘New wave of terrorism’

Sheikh Rasheed mentioned worldwide parts had been concerned in concentrating on the Hazara group.

Four such prison teams have been caught from Sargodha, Bhara Kahu and Karachi which had been concerned in instigating sectarian violence and meant to kill spiritual students.

The minister additionally confirmed {that a} new wave of terrorism exists within the nation together with Islamabad, Lahore, Quetta and Peshawar that are on excessive alert.

The incident

The 10 coal miners had been kidnapped earlier than daybreak on January 3 as they slept close to a distant coal mine within the city of Machh, some 60 kilometres southeast of Quetta metropolis.

Security officers who didn’t need to be named instructed AFP that the attackers first separated the miners earlier than tying their fingers and toes and taking them into the hills to kill them.

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