QUETTA - The six people who were shot dead in a sectarian targeted killing were buried in their ancestral graveyard in Hazara Town and Marriabad on Tuesday amid strict security measures in Quetta.The funeral prayers of the four victims were offered in Hazara graveyards in eastern-bypass and two in Marriabad, where moving scenes were witnessed. A score of religious scholars and leaders of Hazara Democratic Party (HDP) participated in the funeral.Six people belonging to Hazara community were killed and three others injured when a group of armed men on two motorbikes opened fire at a shoe-making shop on Prince Road on Monday night. All the victims were shoe makers. The banned outfit Lashkar-i-Jhangvi (LJ) claimed the responsibility for these killings. Mean while, Hazara Democratic Party (HDP) announced that Hazara community will hold protest from April 20 to 30 outside the embassies of foreign countries as well as United Nations offices, besides registering their protest with International Human Rights Organization. The Hazara community residing abroad will also register their protest with International Human Rights Organizations to highlight the rampant targeted killings of Hazara community in Quetta.The chairman HDP Abdul Khaliq Hazara announced during a news conference here on Tuesday. He said that this decade was really painful for Hazara community during which hundreds of Hazara tribesmen were killed in the incidents of targeted killings and suicide attack. Mr. Khaliq was accompanied by his party leaders and activists. He said that ironically there has been no progress in investigation nor any culprit was brought to justice. “The inaction on the part of government and its law enforcing agencies affirm the notion that they are patronizing the culprits,” he said and adding that six labourers were brutally killed on a busy Road on Monday night that shows the lawlessness and utter apathy of government. I believe no religion allow such inhumane act. He said that Quetta city was not under any control since killings have become norms. “The Members of Provincial Assembly have no time to even condemn these killings. Chief Minister is running affairs of Balochistan from Islamabad not bothering to even visit his own province this reflects his sincerity with the suffering of his people,” he added. The Party also announced a sit-in protest outside the Governor House and Chief Minister Secretariat while arrange an All Parties Conference on April 15 and invite all political and nationalist parties to evolve a strategy for future course of action. “The province is at the brink of civil war and all the parties and responsible people have to show sincerity otherwise the ongoing unrest will result in an unexpected crisis or civil war,” the leaders of Hazara community said.