UNGA condemns terrorist attack in Balochistan
President of UN General Assembly (UNGA) Volkan Bozkir has condemned the terrorist attack in Harnai area of Balochistan province.
In a tweet, he expressed his condolences to the people and government of Pakistan over the sad incident in which seven brave soldiers were martyred a day ago.
Meanwhile, acknowledging the condolence of Volkan Bozkir, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram said Pakistan had paid a heavy price in blood and treasure in the fight against externally sponsored terrorism.
He said despite these losses our resolve to defeat terrorism remains unwavering.
Seven Pakistani soldiers were martyred when Frontier Corps (FC) post was attacked by terrorists in Harnai, Balochistan, DG ISPR announced on Sunday.
In what was described by the military’s media wing as “fire raid”, the terrorists attacked the post located in Sharigh, Harnai district of Balochistan. According to ISPR’s press release, FC suffered seven casualties: Naib Subedar Gulzar resident of Mianwali; Sepoy Faisal r/o Hafiz Abad; Sepoy Abdul Wakeel r/o Pishin; Sepoy Sher Zaman r/o Kohat; Sepoy Jamal r/o Dera Bugti; Abdul Rauf r/o DG Khan; and Faqeer Muhammad r/o Muzafargarh.