Kabul Press: The official exam results for admission to military university of so-call country Afghanistan reveal systematic racial discrimination against the Hazara. While the Hazara students with top exam results cannot gain admission, the Pashtuns gain admission with the worst exam results. For instance, in Oruzgan, a Pashtun student with exam result 132 gains admission, but in the same province a Hazara with exam result 312 cannot.
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Two more Hazaras gunned down in Quetta
Tuesday 26 May 2015, by
By Mohammad Zafar
City SHO Chudhry Aslam told The Express Tribune that unknown armed assailants opened fire at people sitting outside a cloth merchant’s store on Meconogey road near Meezan Chowk . The attack left two people dead and another injured.
“The attackers were on foot and ran away after opening fire,” CCPO Abdul Razzaq Cheema told media.
As news of the attack spread, the main bazaars of Quetta shut down.
Following the incident, Frontier Corps and police rushed to the spot and cordoned off the area.
The dead were taken to civil hospital for autopsy while the injured were shifted to the Combined Military Hospital for treatment.
The deceased were identified as Arif Ali and Haji Hussain, while the injured man was identified as Mohammad Essa. All three belonged to the Hazara Community.
CCPO Quetta Abdul Razzaq Cheema said the people should cooperate with FC and police and provide information about suspects in their areas. A case against unknown assailants was also registered. Cheema urged merchants to reopen their shops.
In the last four days at least six people have been killed and 10 others have been injures in a fresh wave of sectarian attacks in Quetta. However, no group had claimed the responsibility for Wednesday’s attack till the filing of this report.
A case has been registered against the unknown persons and investigations are underway.
Three months policing extension given to FC
Meanwhile, the Balochistan chief minister on Wednesday granted a three month extension to FC’s police mandate.
FC had been given police powers for three months in 2012, but it has since been continuously extended in a bid to tackle targeted killings and militancy in the region.
A summary for the latest extension was moved by Home Secretary which was subsequently approved by the Chief Minister.
Per the extension, FC will continue to exercise police powers until August 27, 2015. FC can thus conduct raids, investigate crimes and make arrests.
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