Islamabad (Bureau Report)
A group of civil society on Tuesday staged a protest in front of Islamabad Press Club for condemning the recent terrorist attack on a church in Quetta. The group was headed by Dr Syed Bashir Hussain, an activist of the society in the capital of Pakistan.
The protesters were holding banners and placards inscribed with slogans against terrorism. The protesters said, those involved in terrorist activities can never be Muslims. Attacking on the innocent people , mosques, churches and other places of worship even don’t deserve to be called humans.
The protesters demanded the government go arrest the culprits involved in the attack and improve security of religious places.
Eight people, including two women, died and about 50 others sustained injuries in a terrorist attack on a church in Quetta on Sunday. Security of all churches has been increased after the Quetta brutal attack.
The protesters also expressed their solidarity with the relatives of the victims of Army Public School on 16th December 2014.