Geelani, Mirwaiz Condemn Suicide Attack On Election Rally In Baluchistan


Attackers ‘beastly enemies of entire humanity’, shall face Allah’s Wrath

SRINAGAR — Vehemently con­demning the suicide bomb attack on an election rally in Mustang Bal­uchistan, Pakistan, All Parties Hur­riyat Conference chairman, Syed Ali Geelani has described those “involved in it as beastly enemies of the entire humanity.

Condemning the terror attack, in which over 130 people were killed and scores of others injured, Gee­lani said that it is a well-thought-out conspiracy to defame and ma­lign this country. “Pakistan faces multiple problems and cross-border terrorism,” Geelani said in a press statement. “It is the result of deep conspiracy against Pakistan.”

“We condemn human killings and whosoever is involved shall face the wrath of Almighty Allah,” said Geelani. Expressing his deep condo­lences and sympathies with the grief stricken families and those injured in dastard and dreadful action of ene­mies of Pakistan, the Huriyat leader said killing of 128 innocent civilians and injuring hundreds is a grave concern for the whole Pakistan.

“Terrorism in every form and place is condemnable and no reli­gion, particularly Islam, has any place for actions like these and add­ed the “people involved in this attack can never be the followers of Islam.’

He prayed for the speedy recov­ery for those injured in the blast.

Meanwhile, Hurriyat Confer­ence (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has also condemned the ter­ror attack. “Terror has no religion and the pain of losing loved ones can well be felt by the Kashmiris who see the dance of death and who shoulder the coffins of their loved ones almost every day,” said Mir­waiz in a press statement.

He said the people of Kashmir are pained over the loss of pre­cious lives in Balochistan terror strike as people of Valley are them­selves primary target of worst form of state terrorism. terror strike as people of Valley are them­selves primary target of worst form of state terrorism.

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