General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Friday that he saw photographs of the APS attack victims of the massacre of army public school to keep patriotism alive.
“The blood of the APS victims is the duty of the nation and the armed forces,” said army chief while addressing a memorial monument was held on the occasion of the anniversary of the massacre two years of deadly school.
And holding a memorial at the school run by the army two years after terrorists have committed the most sickening violence in Pakistan’s history that, resulting in the systematic killing 144 people, mostly students.
Army Staff said, “We must remember the sacrifices of the children APS and all institutions stand with the bereaved families in their misery.” “We will continue the struggle and to do everything possible to live up to their expectations.”
The army chief also said the nation’s military institutions were standing firm with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the fight against terrorism.
General Bajwa said the armed forces to ensure the security of the nation. He also said the armed forces to make war against terrorism seeks to conclude to provide the country with a peaceful future. “We will not rest until it is completely uproot terrorism,” remarked the army chief.
“Pakistan is fighting a war survival”
At the same time, he said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that Pakistan is fighting a war of survival, saying many sacrificed helped break the back of terrorism. The premier also said that the government is determined to bring strength and stability in the country.
Moreover, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman said in a statement that the force would not rest until uproot terrorism completely. He praised the martyrs of the APS, the Air Force commander said that the nation will not forget their sacrifice.
Earlier, he said the current director of the school run by the military, “was the time of the attack is extremely difficult for the whole country. I felt as if we will not be able to get out of this pain. But we came out the best time and stood strong in front of the enemy.”
APS Massacre: Haunted shock, parents difficult to get over their loss
Honoring the 144 victims, mostly school children, he said: “We have not forgotten our children, our brave manager, Tahira Kazi soldiers and young people who promote the martyrdom of the country.”
Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa laid a wreath of flowers and prayers at the memorial.
The massacre was terrible as the binding force of the Pakistanis in the fight against terrorism. The political and military leadership granted a clarion call against the terrorists, and the launch of a comprehensive national strategy to defeat this menace.
Although the mastermind of the APS attack and Misrah been eliminated, parents continue to demand a judicial inquiry to uncover those responsible for the deadly attack, a large number of casualties.