The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman, Imran Khan has expressed sympathy and solidarity with the Hazara community besides supporting their stance.
He was talking to media persons after visiting the people staging sit-in with 86 coffins for the last three days against targeted killings in the city.
Imran Khan said that the entire country was with Hazara community in this critical time and demanded removal of Balochistan government and imposition of governor rule in the province.
The PTI chairman said the government of Aslam Raisani has failed to protect life and property of its citizens and he has no right to continue his office further.
He said that the sitting political leadership has nothing to do with masses and their hardships but it was busy in political blame game.
Imran Khan said that it was high time to get rid of the corrupt leaders and their self directed policies.
He criticized the provincial and federal government for prolonged delay in contacting the bereaved families of Hazara community to know about their demands and sufferings.