Hamza Ali Abbasi said it was heartbreaking to hear about such a horrifying incident that happened to the Shia Hazara community in Quetta.
Taking to Twitter, Abbasi mourned the loss of 11 miners belong to Hazara Community who were kidnapped and killed in an attack in Balochistan’s Mach coal field area.
“The horrifying tragedy inflicted by a few Evil Men on the Hazara community is so heart breaking, that all I can tell myself is to feel some peace [with the knowledge] that God is watching everything. “May Allah bless the souls of the victims and give courage to the families,” he wrote.
The horrifying tragedy inflicted by a few EVIL MEN on the Hazara community is so heart breaking that all i can tell myself to feel some peace is that GOD IS WATCHING EVERYTHING. May Allah bless the souls of the victims & give courage to the families.
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) January 5, 2021
It must be noted here that the families of departed souls alongside the whole community had sat on protest with eight of the bodies in coffins, blocking a bypass on the outskirts of Quetta.
Meanwhile, Hazara Community across the country is supporting their community by holding protests in different cities, demanding justice.