Imran meets Hazara community in Quetta, demands governor rule
14 January, 2013
QUETTA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Sunday said that the government has failed to provide protection to its people, demanded governor rule in the troubled province of Balochistan.
Khan who arrived here on Sunday morning expressed solidarity with Hazara Community, protesting at Alamdar road along with the dead bodies of their loved ones killed in Thursday's blasts.
Khan met the victims at the Alamdar road soon after arriving in the provincial capital and expressed his grief and sorrow over the deaths of dozens of people to Shiite community.
While talking to the grieving families Imran Khan said the whole country was with them and demanded removal of Balochistan government and imposition of governor rule in the province.
Imran said the government of Aslam Raisani has failed to protect life and property of its citizens and now it should resign.
Later taking to media, the PTI chairman demanded that governor rule in the province saying the government has failed to provide security to the people of the province.
He said that the PTI was along with the oppressed people, adding that the justice should be provided to the victims. "The murderers do not deserve to be called as Muslims.
Khan said that the rulers were busy in earning money and they had no concern with the country's situation.
He alleged that the politicians were behind the terrorism in Karachi.