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Quetta blast precipitates condemnation from Pakistani Christian lawmakers


Following heinous terrorist attack at Civil Hospital Quetta, Christian lawmakers have heaped condemnation upon the pusillanimous strike by the terrorists. The bomb explosion has claimed more than 70 lives so far, casualties included 60 lawyers. At the same time around 140 were injured who are under treatment.

Federal Minister for Human Rights Kamran Michael condemns Quetta blast

While expressing deep sorrow over the loss of lives and injuries to dozens MNA Asiya Nasir who hails from Quetta stated: “I condemn the blast at the Quetta’s Civil Hospital’s Emergency Department in the strongest possible words. The causalities include a large of lawyers and two journalists. May God comforts the families of those who had lost their lives in this heinous attack, and give wisdom to the those targeting innocent citizens.”

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Federal Minister for Human Rights Kamran Michael also voiced grief over the loss of valuable lives. He denounced the killing of President of Baluchistan Bar Advocate Bilal Kasi, along with heaping condemnation on the blast. He said that targeting Pakistanis in the month of August is an atrocious act by anti-Pakistan elements.

Pakistani nation is united against the scourge of terrorism, as all sects have already paid a heavy price owing to this bane. He asserted that terrorists have been forced to retreat and this strike calls for an inexorable action against the terrorists.

Julius Salik, former Federal Minister stated that this incident is extremely distressing while praying for speedy recovery of the injured and peace and comfort for the families of those who had perished. In this time of anguish we stand in solidarity with the victims, he asserted. Terrorists intend to dampen our spirits but we will not let them succeed.