Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday again requested the Hazara protestors to bury the victims of the Machh massacre and promised that he would visit them after the burial, asking not to ‘blackmail the country’s premier’.
The PM accused India of conspiring against Pakistan through instigating sectarian violence while addressing the launching ceremony of the Special Technology Zones Authority in Islamabad.
The PM also added that (in this regard) a Sunni scholar was also killed in Karachi before the Machh incident.” I have sent interior minister and other representatives to make sure that all demands of the protestors are accepted,” Khan said.
I will reach Quetta the moment the dead bodies are buried – PM
“If you burry them(the victims) today, I’ll visit you today,” the PM announced. Khan also said that the opposition was also blackmailing him for NRO.” You don’t blackmail the prime minister of any country like this(for a visit).” the PM told the protesting community in Quetta.
Further on the prime minister emphasized on facilitating the IT sector in the country. “These Technology zones will provide incentives to our IT sector which will benefit the country’s youth,” the PM added.