QUETTA: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday demanded justice for the 11 deceased coal miners of Balochistan.
Addressing the mourners protesting against killing of the miners in Quetta, Bilawal Zardari said, “Neither do I seek justice for Zulfiqar Bhutto, nor for Benazir Bhutto, I demand justice for the labourers who have been beheaded.”
He said as long as he was alive, he would fully try to serve the nation.
Pointing towards the Hazara community members, he said that the ones sitting before him were the most patriotic people of the country.
“There’s injustice everywhere. What kind of justice is it that when you are travelling your identity card is seen to butcher you?” he queried.
The PPP chairman said a state had to ensure its citizens protection of life. It was failure of our state if a foreign power could penetrate into our country to do saboteur activities.
“We demand justice and the right to live,” he said.