30 days: Honouring victims of the Peshawar attack:


By Sajjad Amin Bangash

Children are flowers and beautify this world with their fragrance of innocence, tenderness and sweet nature. We pamper them, love them and care for them. They are the stars for their mothers and angels sent from heaven. The future is with them as they build their nations. When they go to school, their mothers with wistful wishes wait for their return to home and set around their mothers who never get satisfy by the love to the children. A mother’s love is endless and her cradle is a heaven.

January 16, 2015 marks one month to the atrocious attack at Army Public School, Peshawar which took the lives of more than 150 people, most of whom were school children.


To honour the memories of the victims, singers and bands dedicated songs to the children and their parents for bearing such a heavy loss.
Ceremonies were held in different parts of the country to mark the one-month anniversary of the deadly attack in a army-run school in Peshawar.

Three JF-17 jets flew over Peshawar's APS on January 16 to salute the victims and survivors of last month's militant attack.

A Pakistan Air Force (PAF), three JF-17 thunder jets presented a fly past over the Army Public School to pay homage to those who lost their lives in the attack.

Further, in Lahore, a human chain was formed at the Army Public School.

A candle vigil was also organised outside Parliament House in Islamabad and given the message that Pakistani nation is united against terrorists, and no militant will be given refuge in Pakistan.


The terrorists have no religion, no faith and they’re not humans. This incident is one of the barbaric, inhuman, ferocious act which the entire human history has never seen and will never forget. Israel has killed hundreds of thousands of innocent children in Gaza and these terrorists have repeated the same sequel of atrocities in Peshawar incident.

It gives us the message that we the people of the world must stand united against these terrorists no matter whoever they’re and wherever they kill innocent people. 

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