The notorious takfiri terrorists of banned Deobandi militant outfits opened fire at an electronics shop in Quetta’s Jamaluddin Afghani Road area, killing two Shia Muslims from Hazara community on the spot.
The terrorists managed to escape unhurt from the scene after the attack, while the bodies of the martyrs— identified as Jaffar and Muhammad Ali — were shifted to the Civil Hospital in Quetta.
A police officer who requested anonymity said the attack appeared to be an incident of targeted killing.
Police and personnel of other law enforcement agencies reached the site as an investigation into the incident went underway.
Shia genocide has been witnessed all over Pakistan since 1980s when Saudi-US partnership for creation, training, funding of takfiri terrorists groups began in so-called Afghan jihad.
A report by the National Commission of Human Rights (NCHR) released last month claimed that 509 Hazara Shia Muslims were killed in various incidents of terrorism in Quetta in the last five years.