QUETTA - A partial shutter-down strike was observed in provincial capital on Tuesday against murder of the leader of banned Sunni outfit, Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) Ali Sher Haideri in Khairpur on Monday. The strike call was jointly given by Sipah-e-Sahab Pakistan and Jamat Ahl-e-Sunnat that was supported by all religious parties including Balochistan Trade Union. Most of the shops and business activities at main areas including Jinnah Road, Shara-e-Iqbal, Liaquat Bazaar, Abdul Sattar Road and Prince Road remained closed. However, shops in suburb areas of the City remained open. Traffic was thin as compared to normal days, while attendance in offices was normal. Strict security arrangements had been made in Quetta while squads of law enforcement agencies continued patrolling the City throughout the day. No untoward incident was reported from any part of the City. On the other hand, amid tight security and moving scenes bodies of three members of Shia community including Doctor Abid Raza, Jalil Ahmed and his son Aminullah were laid to rest here in the Hazara graveyard on Tuesday afternoon. They were gunned down by unidentified assailants on Monday in two separate attacks at Fatima Jinnah Road and Sirki Road. Eminent religious scholar Allama Agha Rafahi led the funeral prayers. Provincial minister, Jan Ali Changezi, Senator Saeed Hashimi, office-bearers of Balochistan Shia Conference, Hazara Qaumi Jirga and a large number of people attended the funeral prayers. The funeral procession was taken out from Imambargah Qandari.