Relatives of blast victims demand Pakistan army action

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Ethnic Hazara women are refusing to bury their loved ones who died when a bomb exploded in a busy market in the Pakistani city of Quetta.

They are demanding action against the ethnic violence which left 84 people dead in the most recent incident.

Sunaina Gulati reports.

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