Several cities of Balochistan including Quetta hit by protest against kidnapping and killing of Baloch leaders. There is complete shutter down strike in Turbat, Gwadar, Panjgur, Khuzdar, Mushkay, Awaran and other areas. At least four vehicles were torched in many areas of Balochistan as the province witnessed violent protests. Protesters hurled stones on vehicles and shops and set tyres on fire in Turbat, Gawadar, Quetta and many other cities of the province. Major markets are also closed in these areas. Amid riots, University of Balochistan has been closed for next three days while the scheduled examinations of different classes have also been postponed. According to the university administration, the schedule of postponed papers would be announced later. Meanwhile in Khuzdar, a policeman was shot dead by unknown assailants. Meanwhile, Balochistan National Front (BNF) has given a strike call on April 11 and 12. Sources said Balochistan chief minister has ordered a judicial inquiry for killing of Baloch leaders. Chief Minister Balochistan Mohammad Aslam Raisani has condemned the killing of nationalists leaders and termed it as a conspiracy to sabotage reconciliation process. Protestors in Karachi hurled stones on cars in Teen Hatti and Lasbela areas. The funeral prayers of BNM leader Ghulam Mohammad Baloch and BRP activist Sher Mohammad will be offer in Panjgur.