India, Pakistan condemn terror

Political leaders from India and Pakistan react on the recent blast near Wagah border.

Published: November 3, 2014 4:02 am

modi-200“Terror attack in Pakistan near Wagah border is shocking. I strongly condemn such a dastardly act of terrorism”

Narendra Modi (Prime Minister)

 

nawaz-200“We will not let the terrorists succeed in their aims to divide and scare the nation which stands united against the twisted ideology of the extremists”

Nawaz Sharif (Pakistan Prime Minister)

 

imran-200“Shocked & saddened by suicide attack near Wagah border killing over 50 innocent ppl incl women & children. Strongly condemn this act of terror”

Imran Khan (Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman)

 

kaira-200“It is very painful that such a large number of people have died or been injured.We have been saying for ages that the entire nation needs to openly stand against terrorism”

Qamar Zaman Kaira (PPP Information Secretary)

 

abid-200“There is a conspiracy to try and weaken the country… The whole nation at this moment is in mourning over the tragedy”

Abid Sher Ali (Pakistan Minister of State for Water and Power)

 

shah-200“Innocent people have been killed. [It is a] tragedy that intelligence was shared with Punjab government that such incidents could take place [and action was not taken]… There is a sense of insecurity in the country. I condemn this atrocity and offer my condolences to the victims”

Shah Mehmood Qureshi (Senior PTI leader)

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