Malala Yousafzai requests Imran Khan to meet Hazara victims’ families

Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

07th Jan, 2021. 10:39 pm
Malala Yousafzai

On Thursday, Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai has requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to meet the Hazara victims’ families whose loved ones were massacred by terrorists in Machh five days ago.

Taking to Twitter, the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate said,

“I am short of words to express my grief over the brutal killings of Hazara miners. This is not the first time that this has happened. But I hope it is the last. The whole country is in mourning.”

She concluded by urging Imran Khan to visit Quetta as soon as possible,

“I request that PM @ImranKhanPTI meet with the victims’ families as soon as possible.”

Earlier, sources revealed that Prime Minister Imran Khan had decided in-principle to visit Quetta to meet the bereaved Hazara protesters who are mourning against Machh killings.

According to sources, the date and time of PM’s visit will be kept secret due to security concerns. The premier can land in the Balochistan capital at any time, they added.

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