QUETTA: throughout their separate visits to the town on Tuesday to provide condolences to the Hazara households at the death of their cherished ones within the Hazarganji suicide assault, President Dr Arif Alvi reaffirmed the authorities’s resolve to provide safety to susceptible sections of society, whilst PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari raised doubts approximately the government’s sincerity to combat terrorism.

in the course of his go to to Imambargah Hazara city in which he offered Fateha for the victims of the suicide attack, President Alvi said that protection of every citizen become the obligation of the country and it might fulfil its duty and would no longer compromise at the protection of the humans.

The president said the federal authorities stood by means of the Hazara community and might expand assistance to the Balochistan government in supplying safety to citizens.


govt not able to determine whether to take side of killers or families of Hazarganji blast victims, says Bilawal

“The constitution ensures safety of each citizen, including minorities living inside the u . S . A .,” Dr Alvi stated, including that the provincial authorities could ensure safety of all groups living in Balochistan.

earlier, on his arrival at Quetta airport, President Alvi changed into welcomed with the aid of Balochistan Governor retired Justice Amanullah Khan Yasinzai, chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani and provincial ministers.

quickly after his arrival within the metropolis, the president went to Hazara metropolis wherein he met the household of the suicide bombing sufferers and expressed his grief and sorrow on the tragic incident.

President Alvi said that though saying a compensation package was not an alternative to a existence lost, the government might offer compensation to the families who had lost their spouse and children inside the tragedy that could solve their problems to a degree.

He stated prime Minister Imran Khan would go to Quetta in a couple of days to fulfill the Hazara community.

He admitted that extra paintings become needed for enforcing the national motion Plan (NAP) towards terrorism.

earlier, the president held a meeting with Governor Yasinzai and leader Minister Alyani wherein he turned into briefed on the development in research into the Hazarganji blast. Domestic Minister Ziaullah Langove changed into also present.

President Alvi additionally visited the mosque on Jabal-i-Noor within the Brewery region and met some families who had also misplaced their loved ones, along with children, in the blast.

He additionally visited the Frontier Corps clinic to inquire after the health of the injured employees.

Bilawal assails govt

speaking to participants of the Hazara community at Imambargah Hazara city, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari deplored that the community had been centered and going through high-quality stress for a long time.

He alleged that the government became now not in a role to determine whether or not to take the side of the killers or those mourning the dying in their cherished ones.

The PPP chief alleged that on the one hand the minister of country for indoors claimed to be with the persecuted people and, on the alternative, he had been looking to provide safety to the killers. “we will ought to together take measures to scale back extremism and terrorism,” he said.

Mr Bhutto-Zardari said that after he raised voice in opposition to extremism in the countrywide assembly, he become labelled as an enemy of the united states of america but the real enemies of country had been folks that promoted banned establishments.

Later, speakme to the media, he stated he had a message for the powers that be that in the event that they desired to mainstream everybody, it must be the sufferers of terrorism, and not banned clothing. In reply to a question, he stated the presidential shape of government could in no way be widely wide-spread in Pakistan. “If all people attempts to introduce One Unit machine, it's going to lead to a big catastrophe and result in disintegration of the united states,” he warned.

published in sunrise, April 17th, 2019