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Political Leaders Unite Against Terrorism: Commemorating the APS Peshawar Tragedy

Explore the sentiments shared by political leaders in Pakistan on the ninth anniversary of the Army Public School tragedy. Learn how they reflect on the nation’s resilience against terrorism, pay tribute to the martyrs, and emphasize the ongoing commitment to eradicate extremism for a more secure future.

Political Leaders Unite Against Terrorism: Commemorating the APS Peshawar Tragedy

Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar mentioned that nine years ago, there was a very sad event in Peshawar. Bad people tried to hurt our country, but instead, the whole nation became stronger against them. This made us more determined to fight against terrorism.

On the anniversary of the tragedy at the Army Public School, caretaker PM Kakar said that the enemy tried to make us feel bad, but they didn’t succeed. It was a very sad event that made people all over the world feel sad.

He also said that everyone in the country feels for the parents who lost their children in this sad event. The school principal, Tahira Qazi, and other teachers protected the students like heroes and sacrificed their lives.

Cowardly terrorists can’t win against our brave nation. People like Tahira Qazi and Aitzaz Hasan didn’t think about themselves and saved others. Our nation won the fight against terrorism, and we stopped the bad plans of the enemy.

PM Kakar also said that the whole country is proud of our heroes and their families. Even though we feel sad about the Army Public School tragedy, we are stronger and united against this problem.

Shehbaz Sharif

Former Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif mentioned that December 16 is a sad day because innocent children were hurt in the Army Public School attack in Peshawar. The whole nation supports the families of the martyrs, and we stand together against terrorism. Nine years ago, we all joined hands against terrorism, and with the leadership of PM Nawaz Sharif, we fought and won against the terrorists.

Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari,

The chairman of PPP paid respect to the innocent martyrs and their teachers. He understands the pain of the families because he is also the son of a martyr. He promised to fight against extremism and terrorism, and after the election on February 8, the PPP government will work to end terrorism.

Aleem Khan

The president of the Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party said that December 16 reminds us of two sad events: the APS Peshawar attack and the Fall of Dhaka. He talked about the sad memories of the APS Peshawar attack and said that today’s peace in the country is because of the sacrifices of the innocent children of APS and the Pakistan Army.

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