Pakistan’s minority Shite Muslims have ended their days-long sit-in after profitable talks with the government, which promised more steps to protect them in the southwestern city of Quetta following a suicide bombing there last week.
Members of the Hazara group ended their protest before daybreak Tuesday.
Lots of of Shiites began their protest Friday after the suicide bombing at an open-air market killed 20 individuals, together with Shiites.
The bombing was claimed by Islamic State group, which views Shiites as apostates deserving of dying.
Quetta is the capital of Baluchistan province, which also is the scene of a low-degree insurgency by separatists demanding more autonomy and a higher share in the area’s pure assets resembling fuel and oil.