Pakistani Celebrities Who Condemned Hazara Incident. Celebrities in Pakistan have taken to voice their support for the Hazara community, grieving the loss of their loved ones victim to a terrorist attack in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Currently, thousands of mourners belonging to the Shia Hazara community are protesting, with the bodies of slain coal miners, refusing to end their sit-in at the Western Bypass area, despite the chilly harsh weather. Families of the deceased are not ready to bury their loved ones until the arrest of the perpetrators of the heinous crime.
Muchh, Hazara Incident left the nation devastated. 11 Coal miners were slaughtered mercilessly. The whole nation stood in favor of the mourning families. The 11 miners were kidnapped before dawn on Sunday as they slept near the remote coal mine in the mountainous area — 60 kilometers southeast of Quetta. The attack was claimed by the militant Islamic State (IS) group. All of our political leaders also went to Quetta to pay their condolences.
The 11 miners were kidnapped before dawn on Sunday as they slept near the remote coal mine in the mountainous area 60 kilometres southeast of Quetta. The attack was claimed by the militant Islamic State (IS) group.
Shia genociding is becoming common and it is needed to be stopped. Our celebrities also spoke and condemned the Hazara attack where thousands of people are protesting to get justice.
Pakistani Celebrities Who Condemned Hazara Incident
“Pakistan and Pakistanis first. Who are we to judge really? Why play God?? Heartbroken after reading the news. Standing in solidarity with the beautiful people of Hazara,” the actor posted.
Model Mushk Kaleem gave everyone food for thought, as she encouraged people to speak about minority rights and take a look at their own backyard.