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Pakistan will not tolerate attacks on civilians, says PM Nawaz

ISLAMABAD: Terming Kashmir an unfinished agenda of the partition, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said, “Pakistan would never abandon Kashmiris in their struggle for freedom” while chairing a meeting after Indian forces hit a passenger bus near Neelum valley on Wednesday and killed civilians. “The world in general and India, in particular, should know that the Pakistani nation would never abandon their Kashmiri brethren and would continue to support them in their just and UN-mandated freedom struggle,” he said.…

Deliberate targeting of civilians unacceptable: General Raheel Sharif

RAWALPINDI: Army Chief General Raheel Sharif on Thursday held a special meeting at Corps Headquarters in the garrison city and reviewed the Line of Control (LoC) situation focusing on the bus attack that resulted in the martyrdom of Pakistani soldiers and innocent civilians. “Deliberate targeting of innocent civilians is unprofessional and unacceptable,” observed the Chief of Army Staff (COAS). The army chief also appreciated morale of Pakistani troops in the meeting and the most befitting response they gave to the…

Four women killed as gunmen attack bus in Quetta

QUETTA: At least four women were killed as armed riders opened fire on their bus on Quetta's Kirani Road, ARY News reported on Tuesday. Sources says that the passenger bus had at least 40 people belonging to Hazara community were on board. The bus was on its way to Hazara town when armed bikers intercepted it at Kirani road and attacked the bus, killing four women and injuring a number of other people. Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Zehri has taken notice and has ordered immediate inquiry into the attack. Asif…