KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party Patron-in-Chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has appreciated the inspector general of police, Rangers director general and Karachi Corps Commander for personally commanding their forces in the operation against the terrorists who attacked the Karachi airport.
“Let us salute the members of law enforcing agencies and armed forces for display of bravery during their engagements with the ruthless and blood-thirsty terrorists armed with heavy weapons and suicidal vests,” he added. Bilawal also praised Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah for personally monitoring the situation on the site and encouraging the morale of the law enforcers fighting the terrorists.
He also paid rich tributes to the security personnel who laid down their lives for protection of the citizens, passengers and others, adding that the nation takes pride in having such brave martyrs, and salutes them. Bilawal also condemned the brutal attack on the innocent pilgrims in Taftan, which resulted in the killing of two dozen people. “Monster of terrorism is attacking the nation from all sides. It is time to call a spade a spade and shun the theory of ‘bad’ and ‘good’ terrorists,” he said.
PPP patron-in-chief expressed sympathies with the grieved families of victims and prayed for them, adding that he understands their pain being the son of Benazir Bhutto who was also killed by the terrorists. Bilawal said the best possible medical treatment should be ensured for the injured in the terrorist attack in Quetta, or in Karachi, if the need be.
Bilawal drove to the Jinnah Post-graduate Medical Center (JPMC) to personally inquire about the security personnel and common men injured in the terrorist attack on Karachi airport. Joined by Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah and others, Bilawal visited the injured at their hospital beds and gave them bouquets. He inquired about their health and the medical treatment being provided by the Sindh government. Bilawal asked the doctors at the hospital to give best medical treatment to the injured.
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