Shah Noorani blast strongly condemned

Hyderabad—The People from different segments of life have strongly condemned a deadly suicide blast in Shah Noorani shrine in Balochisrtan’s Khuzdar district where at least 52 people including women and children were killed and more than 100 injured on Saturday evening.
Talking to APP here on Sunday Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Hyderabad, Rt. Rev. Kaleem John, President Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) and Ex-MNA Sahabzada Abul Khair Muhammad Zubair, President Jaffaria Alliance Sindh Rashid Ali Jaffery, President Shia Ulema Council Kazim Raza Naqvi, member CEC All Pakistan Minorities Sindh Chapter M. Parkash Advocate and others have strongly condemned a deadly suicide attack.
They have strongly condemned the bomb blast and expressed deep grief over the loss of several precious lives in the incident specially innocent children.
They said that the people of Pakistan have rejected the extremist forces as these forces are the enemies of Pakistan and Islam. They sympathized with the bereaved families and prayed to Almighty Allah to rest the departed souls in eternal peace and for the early recovery of the injured.
Survivors of a massive bomb attack on Shah Noorani shrine in Balochistan that killed dozens spoke of their horror Sunday after families were ripped apart in the attack.
The blast, later confirmed to be the work of a teenage suicide bomber, hit worshippers as they were dancing and chanting at the shrine of the Sufi saint Shah Noorani some 750 kilometres (460 miles) south of Quetta.—NNI

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