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Who were the 10 coal miners killed in Machh Massacre?

10 coal miners were brutally beheaded on January 2, by Daesh militants in the Machh area of the southwestern province of Balochistan.

In history, militants had attacked Pakistan’s marginalized ethnic minority of Hazara many times. Seven Afghans were also amongst the victims.

Naseem, 17, was the youngest among the minors

17-year-old Naseem was the youngest among the slain miners

The families of the killed coal miners protested on the main road in Quetta for the next six days. They refused to bury the dead bodies until Prime Minister Imran Khan came to meet them and the authorities are held responsible.

On Saturday, the government officials reassured the grieving families of protection and convinced them to perform the burying rituals.

However, the past does not show the state keeping its word. The world has to see if the government will finally apprehend the responsible. As we wait, we remember the ones killed mercilessly.

Naseem, 17 year old

Anwer, 18 year old

Abdullah Shah, 18 year old

Sher Mohammad, 22 year old

Hassan Jan, 28 year old

Aziz, 38 year old

Chaman Ali, 35 year old

Abdullah, 36 year old

Karim Baksh, 33 year old

Mohammad Sadiq, 35 year old

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