Ashraf Ali, injured of Quetta attack martyred in Hospital

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Ashraf Ali, who was among the four injured of yesterday attack at Samandar Khan Road (Qalandar Makan) Quetta was embraced martyrdom at local Hospital on Wednesday . The death toll of Quetta Qalandar Makan incident climbs to 2 after death Of Ashraf Ali and Ali Reza.

Its pertaining to mention here that Saudi funded terrorists Of proscribed outfit AhleSunnat-Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) formerly known as Sipah-e-Sahaba (SSP) on Tuesday shot martyred a Shia Man Ali Reza and injuring four others in a firing attempt at Qalandar Makan area Of Quetta City, Baluchistan including martyr Ashraf Ali.

Eye witnesses said that more than five Shiite Muslims were injured in the attack of Saudi funded terrorists and shifted to the local hospital. Where, 19 years old Ali Reza, son of Mushtaq Hussain , driver of rickshaw, succumbed martyrdom at hospital.

The funeral prayer of Shaheed Ali Reza and Ashraf Ali were offered at Hazara graveyard at Alamdar Road Quetta separately led by MWM Central leader Allama Hashim Moosavi , attended by hundreds of faithful who condemned the recent spate of terrorism against Shiite Muslims.

Its pertaining to mention here that the unabated incidents of Shia Genocide have been restarted in different cities of Pakistan like Karachi, Quetta, Peshawar and other areas , after the consecutive visits Of Saudi officials in Pakistan and their meetings / funding’s to proscribed outfits ( ASWJ, TTP, LeJ, Taliban, Ansarul Ummah, & JuD) and terrorist seminaries in the country. The Nawaz Sharif led government and military establishment remained silent on the non-diplomatic meetings of Saudi officials and the killings of Shiite Muslims in the country.

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