Karachi: After the acceptance of the mourners demands, who have lost their loved ones in the blasts that hit financial hub of the Baluchistan leaving around 114 people killed, mainly Shiites and Hazara residents, the protestors of the Shiite Council Karachi have agreed to end up their sit in. Mobile services in the city have restored along with the railway services back to the schedule and the main cross roads open.
According to the details, in order to show solidarity with the Quetta victims and the mourners, Shiite council observed sit in at various big locations of the metropolitan city. The protest that was observed from Thursday ended on Monday at day time, letting the opening of the main cross roads, mobile services and the restoration of the routine life.
Before the railway schedule was among the most affected. Due to the protest, passengers faced problems in traveling as the railway schedule remained suspended for the days.