Here’s what some people tweeted on the micro-blogging site. While some were angry at the terrorists’ acts, others voiced their displeasure at another bloody incident after the APS massacre.
— Hameed Ullah Shaheen (@iHUSB) January 20, 2016
Sad to hear more terrible news from Peshawar. Sending much love and prayers to everyone there through these tough times #Charsadda
— Abdul Wajid (@Wajid_Chaudhury) January 20, 2016
Where is National Action Plan ….? #Charsadda
— Ch Usman Mukhtar (@UsmanChlive) January 20, 2016
Students dying at the hands of terrorists is not a coveted death. Shaheed is no consolation for family. People should stop glorifying it.
— Nadia (@shadesofnadia) January 20, 2016
— Raja Hassan Jamil (@RajaHassanJamil) January 20, 2016
My heart goes out to everyone who lost their loved ones today. #PrayForCharsadda
— Hamna~ 21/1 Ali (@Anna__says) January 20, 2016