In his message, seven years after the attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Violence and those who use it as a weapon will not be tolerated.
|PM Imran Khan says Pakistan has successfully defeated terrorism (Photo:: Prime Minister’s Office Facebook Page)
The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has said in his message on the seventh anniversary of the victims of the attack on Army Public School in Peshawar that he will never let the parents of these students be disappointed.
Imran Khan said in a tweet on Thursday: Pakistan has successfully defeated terrorism. I reiterate that we will never let the parents and survivors of our martyred children be disappointed.
The Prime Minister added: Violence and those who use it as a weapon will not be tolerated
Dec 16, 2014, terrorists attacked & martyred over 140 ppl incl 132 children in APS,Peshawar. Pak has successfully defeated terrorism.I reiterate we will never let down the survivors & parents of our martyred children.There is zero tolerance for violence & those using it as a tool
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) December 16, 2021
It may be recalled that on December 16, 2014, Army Public School on Warsak Road in Peshawar was attacked by militants in which 140 children including school teachers and principals were killed.
The prohibited Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) guaranteed liability regarding the assault. Parents of deceased students have filed petitions in the Supreme Court seeking action against those responsible.
Following the appearance of the Prime Minister in person, the Supreme Court had directed the government to submit a report with the signature of the Prime Minister four weeks later. Requested
The petition filed in the Supreme Court said that the federal government has formed a committee to meet and negotiate with the parents of the children who lost their lives in APS. A committee has been formed to meet and negotiate with the parents of the children.
Later on December 9, a delegation of the PTI federal government tried to meet the parents of the students who lost their lives in the APS incident in Peshawar as per the order of the Supreme Court, which apparently failed and the federal government and the government delegation Due to lack of interest, the parents boycotted the meeting and protested in Peshawar and also blocked the road.
Advocate Ajun Khan, the father of a child who died in APS, told The Independent Urdu: Will keep
On the other hand, contrary to the parents’ statement, Sajida Begum, a member of PTI National Assembly, who was part of the government delegation, told Independent Urdu that their meeting was very fruitful and fruitful and this series of meetings will continue in the future also.