Pakistani PM to meet Shiites refusing to bury dead

Pakistan's Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf is in the southwestern city of Quetta to meet Shiite Muslim families refusing to bury their dead after devastating bombings. 

At least 92 people were killed and 121 wounded on Thursday in twin suicide attacks. 

The bombings took place in an area dominated by Shiites from the Hazara ethnic minority. 

The attacks were claimed by a Sunni Muslim militant group. 

It was the worst ever sectarian attack on Shiites, who account for around 20 percent of Pakistan's 180 million people. 

Shiite families have refused to bury their dead. 

They have vowed to continue a sit-in protest with thousands of others until the army takes over security in the city. 

They have been sitting in the open with the bodies for the past 48 hours.