PESHAWAR - To condemn Quetta carnage and show solidarity with its victims, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Bar Council Sunday announced to boycott courts and observe ‘Mourn Day’ (Today) on Monday.

The painful incident in Quetta was strongly condemned. To show solidarity with grieved families of the incident, the KPK Bar Council decided to abstain from courts to condemn this act, said Abdul Latif, vice chairman of KPK Bar Association in a statement issued here on Sunday.

Today (Monday) would be observed as a “Mourn Day” and all the respective districts bars were directed to abstain from work, besides to arrange condolence meetings.

Protests continued across the country on Sunday against the Quetta carnage, which left over hundred people dead in a series of bombing. Families of victims of the deadly blasts refused to burry the dead and continued their protest along with coffins for the third consecutive day on Sunday.

The protestors have demanded that the Balochistan government be removed and the Pakistan army be called in Quetta. Besides, KPK Bar Council has also expressed its deep concern over police excess in Bannu district with the legal fraternity and vigorously condemned it.