Prime Minister Imran, President Alvi and others strongly condemn Quetta mosque blast

Prime Minister Imran, President Alvi and others strongly condemn Quetta mosque blast

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Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi strongly condemned the bombing of the Quetta mosque and stated that terrorists deliberately make efforts to cause unrest in the country, but that the country is united against these dirty plots.

Prime Minister Imran asked for a report on the incident. The prime minister is deeply sad and sorry for the loss of his precious life and has instructed him to provide the wounded with the best medical care.

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President Alwi prayed for the martyrs and prayed patiently for the affected families. The president also prayed for an early recovery of the wounded. He said that terrorists deliberately caused unrest in the country. He added: “The country is united against these dirty plots.”

Speaker Asad Qaiser, vice-chairman Qasim Suri, senate chairman Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani, senate chairman Saleem Mandviwalla, Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and others also condemned Quetta’s terrorism.

Bilawal Bhutto has called for the arrest of terrorists involved in horrific plans. He said the explosion was a conspiracy to undermine the peace of the country and that terrorists should not look up again.

He prayed for DSP Amanullah and others who were embraced in the terrorist attacks. He added: “Those who support, their lives will not be wasted in the war on terror.”

Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, special assistant for information and broadcast, also expressed his condolences to the victims, who said that those who attacked the believers in the house of Allah had nothing to do with people. “The enemies of peace and development in Pakistan will not be able to realize their gruesome ambitions,” she said, adding that the country has collectively repelled the terrorists and will not breathe any sigh of relief until they are fully enclosed.

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