We will always Remember 16 December 2014 APS Attack Peshawar

We will always Remember 16 December 2014 APS Attack Peshawar

Three years passed, But we will always remember 16 December 2014. That day when Army state funded school (Army Public School) was assaulted by the terrorists (psychological militants). That was one most noticeably bad day ever. Seven brutal terrorists martyred 148 individuals including 132 understudies childrens of Army Public School, Peshawar. It was difficult to sit infront of TV and watch the tragic news. Web-based social networking systems were likewise sharing loads of appalling updates about this slaughter. Words can never portray our sentiments of that day. We Will Not Forget APS Attack Peshawar.

How evident is this axiom! Guardians can always remember their dead children regardless of whether any couple of days old infant kicked the bucket. In any case, how tragic is this to see your young person kids martyred at school.

I would prefer not to share those excruciating pictures again which we saw numerous at news channels and web-based social networking. This year we have trust. Children who were harmed are presently fine with an awesome energy and fortitude, A couple of those have been moved abroad for unique treatment related physical and mental issues. Be that as it may, there is no reason to worry now! Insha’Allah. Our children will never stop training! We will rise and sparkle unquestionably 🙂

We will always Remember 16 December 2014 APS Attack Peshawar

Here children are singing a melody with assurance about showing kids and never surrendering.

We can always remember you and your forfeit! You dear heavenly attendants are dependably in our supplications!

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