Our deepest sympathies go out to the victims and their families says AMD

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Soon after the heinous attack, All Minorities Democrats AMD, expressed deep sorrow over loss of valuable lives as a result of the attack. “We strongly condemn the terrorist attack at Civil Hospital in Quetta, while feel deeply troubled at the casualties.”

Quetta Civil Hospital blast

According to recent updates, more than 71 people mostly lawyers died while at least 140 were injured. The attack took place on August 8, Monday when a suicide bomber blew himself up in the emergency of the hospital. At least 100 mourners including lawyers and media personnel had gathered there as they had come to accompany the dead body of President of Baluchistan Bar Advocate Bilal Anwar Kasi.

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Additionally, AMD paid tribute to all the lawyers and journalists who had lost their lives and commended the valuable services they had rendered. AMD Chairman Robin Yousaf Saroya and President Sarfraz Gill in a joint statement paid tribute to the victims of the incident. Additionally, they also paid tribute to the Christian Advocate Arthur Victor and his colleagues who had fallen a prey to the heinous attack.

AMD termed marked August 8 as a black day for Pakistani Nation. “We being as one nation have suffered a lot at the hands of the plague of terrorism. This is the time to unite and join forces against terrorism. We ought to be sympathetic to the law enforcement authorities and strive at all times for the sake of peace in our country,” AMD stated.

“We Christians have given our lives for the formation of our beloved country, our forefathers have given their blood to this country and our young blood is always next to the Pak Army and all other law enforcement authorities to protect our country Pakistan.” Furthermore AMD condemned the killing of President of Baluchistan Bar Advocate Bilal Kasi and Baz Mohammad Kakar Former President of Baluchistan Bar Association.

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