KP Assembly Condemns Bombing on Religious Seminary


Peshawar (April 13, 2018): The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly on Friday adopted a condemnation resolution against the bombing of a religious seminary in the Kunduz province of Afghanistan in which a large number of innocent children were killed who had completed memorizing the Holy Quran and were participating in the certificate-distribution ceremony.

The two resolutions were moved during the assembly session by PPP member Fakhar Azam during the session which was presided over by speaker Asad Qaidar. In first resolution members strongly condemned the US helicopters’ bombing of religious seminary targeting innocent children and said that “it is an open attack on Islam” and the grave violation of human rights and effective protest should be done on international forum over the issue.

In the second resolution, assembly demanded the federal government to make efforts to implement on 18th amendment of the constitution rather to scrap it so that people could be benefited.

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Originally Posted on Abbtak TV


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