Hazara graveyard of Quetta witnessed the burial of four more innocents after they were shot down multiple times by the unknown motorcyclists. Eight members of a Hazara family were travelling to Quetta from Chaman. They had stopped near a petrol pump to have some rest when two men on a motorcycle opened fire on them. Four managed to escape but the rest were shot several times. Shia Hazaras are quite familiar with such kinds of attacks but are still unable to find out their guilt. This ongoing brutality of the Hazara community proves the inability of the state to deal with the interfaith conflicts. As was expected the attackers in this case flew away and security forces carried out another unsuccessful operation. The mass killings have been engulfing the Hazara community since the inception of it. In 2013, 83 Shia Hazaras lost their lives in the suicide bomb attacks. Their families kept on asking for justice and held the dead bodies for four days under sun. But eventually they had to call off the protest due to poor security conditions. Hazara community has been mourning since then. The fear that follows this minority has not only taken away the peace but also the lives of these vulnerable people. There is a belief that some anti state elements are playing their role in igniting the conflict between the religious and ethical groups. Whatever elements they may be but the only thing that the government needs to get straight is to find a way to tackle this problem. This menace is gradually encroaching each and every territory and might surpass Baluchistan in near future. There is no denying from the fact that Pakistani forces are recognized as the best one in the world. But then this emblem at the shoulders of Pakistani forces makes it more of a skeptical thing to come across. Why are these best security forces not able to rid country of these sectarian riots? It directs our attention to not only the flawed policies but also the lack of implementation of such plans. Each and every institute of Pakistan has some of its roots in corruption. There is not only utter need of getting these institutes rid of corruption so as to come up with the transparent policies but also a need for a quick action against this menace.
Anti state elements are playing their role in igniting the conflict between the religious and ethical groups
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