Seven killed in kashmir violence at rally at Islamabad’s Jinnah Square

Seven killed in kashmir violence at rally at Islamabad’s Jinnah Square

A large rally was staged here in Islamabad’s Jinnah Square this afternoon protesting the killing of five soldiers by the Mujahideen terror group in eastern Balochistan in an attack earlier this week.

The attack was sparked by a clash between an anti-government march on Tuesday and the rally, as well as an argument at a local pub with a Hindu.

The government has strongly condemned the killing of the soldiers, a day after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif vowed a “new and decisive response” to the attacks.

Speaking in a special TV program, Mr Sharif said there was “no justification” for the attack.

At the rally, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said the attacks were intended as a “wake-up call”.

He said the attack by the Mujahideen had provoked the “suspicion” among politicians in Balochistan.

“This incident should have triggered a new and decisi우리카지노ve response by the government of Pakistan,” he said.

He said the Mujahideen have “crossed the border” into Pakistan with “suspicion on our part”.

“But they have not crossed the border to engage in any war crimes,” he added.

The Prime Minister said all Pakistanis, including those who had lived abroad, should stand united in this time of fear.

He said Pakistan and Afghanistan had an “unimaginable” relationship.

“We need to get back to normalcy as soon as possible and restore calm across the country in spite of the continuing threat that we face from terrorists across borders,” he said.

Mr Sharif further addressed people who had attended the rally.

“We are with you. We’re aga바카라사이트inst terrorism and the attacks and we stand with you. Stand up and stand together and come together,” he said.

Speaking at the rally, he said, “You are a 바카라사이트nation, a people, a nation whose name is Lahore, a people who deserve honour, respect and a guarantee of your existence.”

He said the Pakistan National Army,

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