RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday reiterated that December 16 is a day we never forget due to the tragedy of the Army Public School in Peshawar three years ago. The army chief was interacting with participants after visiting the army marksmanship Firing Ranges near Jhelum, as chief guest at the closing ceremony of 37th Pakistan Army Rifle Association (PARA) central meet, the mega shooting competition in the country. “16 Dec is a day that we must never forget. Our enemy hurt us…
KARACHI: Due to the weather conditions including dense fog prevailing in the country, some of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flights operating on Saturday December 16 have been cancelled and revised, the airline's spokesman said on Friday. PIA spokesman said that the foggy weather condition is expected to prevail for the next few days and is beyond the control of the airline. PIA has to adjust the timings of its flights due to such weather conditions as the airline cannot operate flights with poor visibility and…
KARACHI: A lot of water has passed through the rivers of Pakistan since the black day of December 16, 2014 when the terrorists attacked Army Public School in Peshawar killing 132 children and nine teachers of the school including valiant headmistress Tahira Qazi, who lost her life while saving her students from terrorists.
As if we were forgetting 16th December ‘Fall of Dhaka’ as the darkest of our history, militants gave us another reason in the form of Peshawar carnage to remember. Nothing can be bigger than lifting the small coffins and we in Pakistan lifted 149 of them. The barbaric attack of Peshawar that killed 149 people also made all the political parties and military united on one issue i.e to counter terrorism. Let’s have look at happenings post-Peshawar tragedy that changed political landscape of the country and unified the nation.