After successful talks with the government, mourners have offered funeral prayers of the Hazara victims of Machh massacre today, reported on Saturday.
The victims will be buried as the mourners offered funeral prayers in the local graveyard.
The bodies of the coal miners killed in Machh were shifted to Hazara graveyard from Wali Asar imam bargah where hundreds of people gathering to offer the funeral prayer.
Deputy Commission said in a statement that the Afghan citizens among the slain coal miners will also be buried in Quetta as well. The commission added that relatives of the Hazara victims agreed to bury them in Quetta, whereas, Afghan consulate has been informed about the development.
Balochistan ministers, deputy speaker Qasim Suri, PM’s aide Zulfiqar Bukhari and federal minister Ali Zaidi are also present.
Earlier, negotiations between the government team and protestors staging a sit-in in Quetta against the killing of 11 coal miners had succeeded on Friday night.