Aushora processions peacefully culminate in Balochistan
Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove and DG Levies Qadir Pirkani monitoring Aushora procession in Quetta: Photo provided by DGPR

Aushora processions peacefully culminate in Balochistan

Syed Ali Shah, Manan Mandokhail :

Amid tight security, Aushora processions peacefully culminated in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan on Thursday. Main Aushora procession was taken out from Quetta’s Alamdar Road in the morning. The government conducted aerial surveillance of the procession routes in Quetta.

The procession passed through its traditional routes and ended peacefully. “Our forces deserve appreciation for maintaining peace on the eve of Muharram ul Haram”, Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan told reporters.

CM Balochistan visits Data Command and Communication Center 

The CM visited Data Command and Communication Center in Quetta and reviewed security arrangements. Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove, Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Tahir Rai, and other high-level officials accompanied Jam Kamal Khan on the occasion.

The CM also monitored processions in various parts of the provincial capital at the Command and Communication Center.

The Government had placed all law enforcement agencies on high alert to ensure peace on the eve of the Aushora procession. Amid strict security, the main procession of Hazara Town also culminated.

Quetta city was giving a deserted look 

The administration had blocked all roads leading towards the procession routes. All shops and markets were sealed by police to avoid the occurrence of any untoward incident. Quetta city was almost giving a deserted look like the flow of traffic was thin on roads of the provincial capital.

Quetta city has witnessed the worst sectarian terrorists during the last two decades. Sectarian terrorist incidents have claimed a large number of precious human lives. The minority Shia Hazara community has faced the brunt of sectarian terrorist incidents.

Aushora processions were also taken out in Jaffarabad, Naseerabad, Khuzdar, Loralai, Sibi, and other parts of Balochistan. No untoward incident was reported from any part of Balochistan on the eve of Muharram ul Haram.

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