KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party Patron-in-Chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has condemned the terrorist attack on Smungli Airbase in Quetta and saluted the security forces for foiling the nefarious plot of terrorists and eliminating them on the spot.
In a press statement, he said following the launching of operation Zarb-e-Azb, the terrorists appear to be planning attack on security forces and security installation, which should be dealt with the way handled in Quetta.
He appreciated the timely action by brave security personnel who killed the fully armed terrorists and saved the key national installation from further losses.
Bilawal Bhutto said his party stands for complete elimination of terrorists, as terrorism and extremism are the root causes of our problems from illiteracy to economic impediments.
Bilawal also expressed deep sorrow and grief over the loss of several precious human lives including children and women due to severe hailstorms in Peshawar today.
At least 12 people have lost their lives and more than 60 others injured in rain-related incidents and hailstorms in various parts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s capital city Peshawar as roofs and walls of building collapsed due to heavy rain.
The PPP patron-in-chief added that political activities are the democratic rights of political parties and masses but it is also the responsibility of government to look after the citizens who are facing hardships and sufferings during torrential rains in Peshawar.
While expressing his heartfelt sympathies with members of the bereaved families, Bilawal Bhutto prayed that Allah Almighty rest the departed souls in eternal peace and grant courage to their family members to bear the loss with patience and fortitude. He also demanded of the government to make special arrangements for the timely treatment of all those injured in the incidents. Bilawal directed the party leaders and workers to remain on the ground to help the affected families.
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