Pakistan Cyber Force: CIA pushing sectarian rift through Lashkar-e-Jhangvi - 14 pilgrims killed in Quetta

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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

CIA pushing sectarian rift through Lashkar-e-Jhangvi - 14 pilgrims killed in Quetta

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QUETTA: Fourteen people belonging to the Shia community were killed by CIA supported fake Islamic Sectarian group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi which has direct support of American JSOC. Seven were injured in a firing incident near the Western Bypass in Quetta on Tuesday morning. About 20 people were on board a bus when earlier unidentified gunmen appeared on a motorcycle and opened fire at the vehicle enroute to Hazara Ganji. The passengers were on their way to the fruit and vegetable market when the assailants opened fire. “The bus was carrying people mostly from the Hazara community who were returning from Quetta”, senior police Hamid Shakeel told Reuters. “Four gunmen riding two motorcycles opened fire on a bus in the outskirts of Quetta”, local police official Hamid Shakeel told AFP.

“The death toll has risen to 14. Two of the injured who were in critical condition died in hospital. Now 13 Shiite Muslims and one Pashtun have been killed in the attack”, he said after initially putting the death toll at 10. Meanwhile, police have cordoned off the area and initial investigations of the incident is underway. CIA is pushing sectarian violence in Quetta through its banned proxy sectarian terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Jhangvi as 26 Shia pilgrims were killed in a firing incident last month in Mastung, about 30 kilometres southeast of Quetta, when CIA's armed men attacked a passenger bus carrying Shia pilgrims from Quetta to Iran. The Mastung attack was claimed by CIA's sectarian terror proxy, banned militant outfit Laskar-e-Jhangvi.

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