Third anniversary of Peshawar APS tragedy being observed today

The third anniversary of the overwhelming terrorist attack on Army Public School (APS) Peshawar is being watched today. On December 16, 2014, terrorists raged the armed force run school and killed around 150 individuals, including more than 130 youthful students. The incident shook the nation and brought about the arrangement of a National Action Plan to stem fanaticism and terrorism from the country.

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, on the eve of the disaster, expressed that December 16, 2014, will be recognized as a dark day in the historical backdrop of the world when unfeeling psychological militants attacked pure kids. He said that the sacrifices rendered by the Pakistani country are unmatched. “The country gave the forfeit of life and property in the war against fear based oppression,” he included.

The chief expressed in his message encourage that fanaticism is the tree from which the noxious product of psychological oppression develops.

“The armed force’s day-and-night diligent work and forfeit has crushed the terrorists back. The armed force, security powers crushed psychological oppressors by means of the National Action Plan,” he included.