QUETTA A shutterdown was observed in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan on Tuesday against the death of a worker of Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) allegedly due to firing by law enforcers. The strike call by BNP-M, also supported by other nationalist parties and traders bodies, was given to register protest against the killing of Naseer Ahmed Langov in Shahbaz Town area of the provincial capital during a peaceful rally on Saturday last. In Quetta, all main markets and shopping centres at Jinnah Road, Sharah-e-Iqbal, Liaquat Bazaar, Abdul Sattar Road, Prince Road, Double Road, Sariab Road and Brewery remained closed. Administration had adopted tight security measures as police backed by Frontier Corps, Balochistan Constabulary and Anti Terrorist Force were deployed at different areas. As per reports reaching from other towns of Balochistan, a complete shutterdown strike was observed in Nushki, Khuzdar, Kalat, Sibi, Mastung, Hub, Turbat, Wadh, Dalbandin, Turbat, Panjgur and other Baloch majority areas where the strike call received a positive response. Talking to newsmen, BNP General Secretary Habib Jalib Advocate thanked people and business community for their full cooperation in making the strike a success, which was a clear manifestation of the anger and fury of masses against the personnel of law enforcement agencies for their involvement in a series of excesses and extra-judicial killing to suppress Baloch people. The govt agencies are not even tolerating peaceful and democratic rallies, which is the basic right of every citizen, he said, adding that personnel of government agencies in the recent months had allegedly attacked innocent students in Khuzdar and opened fire on peaceful rallies there as well. He maintained that so-called packages and some jobs could not change the minds of Baloch youth.