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Bilawal Bhutto strongly condemns terrorist attack on the shrine of Hazrat Lal Shah Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan

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KARACHI, February 16: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that terrorist attack on the shrine of Hazrat Lal Shah Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan was a worst form of terrorism aimed at to rip apart Sufi fabric of unity and peace.

 

Condemning the bomb attack on the Sufi shrine, the PPP Chairman said that extremism in the country has gone through roof and such shocking terror strikes should push an intensely alert wave across the Pakistani society to step up efforts against terrorism.

 

Terrorists on the ground are mere tools and their handlers are slaves of their masters who are holding the remote-control of terrorists, he said adding that only synchronized action against all those involved in execution of such gory terrorist acts would succeed.

 

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that this was an attack on our culture, history and civilization and every single individual of this land will fight against the terrorists and uproot this menace with fullest unity. “Terrorists who carried out the attack won’t go scot-free under any circumstances, he added.

 

He said that current wave of terrorism in the four provinces and Azad Jammu & Kashmir have exposed gravity of very serious situation and everybody should be on one page and era of ifs and buts on the monster of terrorism should now be over.

 

PPP Chairman expressed deep sympathies with the families of martyrs and those injured and urged all the concerned authorities for emergency rescue and medical relief.

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