On the seventh anniversary of the Army Public School carnage, Prime Minister Imran Khan urged the nation to remain firmly united against elements seeking to sow discord and prejudice along sectarian, religious, and ethnic lines, emphasizing that the sacrifices of the martyrs of Army Public School had not been in vain. “The sacrifices of the martyrs of Army Public School have not been in vain,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said.
Moreover, the PM stated that the nation should identify these individuals among their ranks and assist the state in eradicating these aspects from the population.
“Time has proven that terrorism is not a matter of religion or nationality, but rather a cowardly mindset that is capable of using youngsters to carry out its egregious plans,” he stated.
According to Imran, who was speaking about the APS tragedy, the Pakistani country came together as a result of this disgusting occurrence, and they tackled the threat with firm resolve.
Additionally, he stated that as part of the National Action Plan, the enemy was targeted and exterminated in their strongholds.
Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that on December 16, 2014, terrorists attacked and martyred more than 140 persons, including 132 children, in an attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar.
“Pakistan has defeated Terrorism successfully.” As I have stated previously, we will never fail the surviving and parents of our slain children. He also stated in another tweet that “violence and those who use it as a tool are will not tolerate at any cost.”
As part of the commemoration of the deaths, President Arif Alvi uploaded a video, titled “In the memory of martyrs of Army Public School, Peshawar Attack,” on social media.
Pakistan Peoples Party tribute to martyrs of APS:
Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari offered a shining homage to the victims of the APS Peshawar tragedy, who also called for the prosecution of those responsible for the “beasts” who planned, sponsored, and carried out the killing of innocent children and teachers.
In a message on the anniversary of the APS Peshawar massacre, the chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) said that the nation was still suffering from the catastrophe and that everyone was hoping for justice for the innocent souls who died.
He paid glowing tribute to the brave warriors who gave their lives in the struggle against terrorists who have slain thousands of innocent men, women, and children. Zardari thanked them for their sacrifice. These soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice in the fight against the enemies of our homeland. He congratulated those gallant sons of the country.