Wise nations never forget their heroes.
We all know what it takes to raise a kid! When a child is born, the parents hold the baby in a blanket, and the baby cannot open eyes completely. And yet, there are those parents who see the dead bodies of their kids, shattered with bullets, in a coffin with their eyes closed. This is the time for us as a nation to unite against terrorism and pay tribute to the victims of terrorism. We will never forget the great sacrifices of our Martyrs.
On 16th August, 2015, Colonel (retd) Shuja Khanzada was martyred by heartless suicide bombers when he was meeting people at his Dera in Attock. He was leading the fight agasint terrorism in Punjab. Nation will always remember him for his bravery and patriotism.
Qawwal Amjad Sabri, son of Ghulam Farid Sabri of The Sabri Brothers, passed away only a few hours before Iftar on June 22, 2016. Born in 1970, he started to learn Qawwali at the tender age of 9 from father. Considered a ‘Qawwali Extraordinaire,’ he joined his father on stage at the age of 12. International media and Qawwali fans across the globe continue to pay heartfelt tributes to one of the legendary Qawwals from Pakistan.
At least 21 people died in an armed assault on Bacha Khan University in Charsadda.
Chemistry Professor Hamid is one of the Martyrs who defied the militants and halted them from entering his classroom by firing at terrorists. The sacrifice and bravery of such heroes make our faith firmer and make us feel proud as a nation where our heroes put others lives before their owns but the loss is irreplaceable and the void can never be filled.
With the funerals of children tearing the hearts and minds of the country, 144 mothers buried their children on December 16, 2014. We salute all these mothers, and we also salute the courage of Headmistress Tahira Qazi, who told the gunmen, “Talk to me, I am their mother”.
Father and brother of Aitzaz Hasan stand in solidarity with #APSMartys. Aitzaz Hasan, a young boy from KPK prevented a suicide bomber from entering his School where 2000 students were enrolled. Proud of our young, courageous martyr! #NeverForget