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PM Shehbaz: Bisham Terror Attack Targets Pak-China Friendship

Bisham Terror Attack

DASU: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif expressed heartfelt condolences over the tragic loss of Chinese engineers in the cowardly terrorist attack in Bisham, emphasizing its aim to sow discord between Pakistan and China.

Speaking during his visit to Dasu tehsil in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Kohistan district, PM Shehbaz underscored the nefarious intentions of those seeking to disrupt the robust friendship between the two nations, labeling them as enemies of Pakistan.

Assuring maximum security to Chinese engineers and their families engaged in various development projects across Pakistan, he reaffirmed the government’s unwavering commitment to ensuring their safety.

During a condolence reference held for the deceased Chinese nationals in Dasu, PM Shehbaz pledged relentless efforts to bring the perpetrators of the cowardly attack to justice.

He announced a thorough investigation by a joint investigation team to uncover the truth and hold accountable those responsible.

Stressing the resilience of Pak-China friendship and the resolve to defeat adversaries of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), PM Shehbaz vowed to uphold the spirit of cooperation and progress.

The condolence ceremony was attended by federal ministers, including Amir Muqam and Attaullah Tarar, as well as Chairman WAPDA Lt Gen (retd) Sajjad Ghani and Chinese Ambassador Jiang Zaidong.

Observing a solemn 30-second silence to honor the lives lost in the tragic incident, the gathering stood in solidarity with the victims and their families.

In the aftermath of the attack, swift action was taken by the Counter-Terrorism Department, leading to the arrest of over 10 terrorists and facilitators linked to the assault.

While Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan-affiliated groups are suspected to be behind the attack, both civilian and military leadership, including President Asif Ali Zardari and COAS General Asim Munir, condemned the atrocity and vowed to bring the culprits to justice.

As the bodies of the deceased Chinese nationals were airlifted back to China, a poignant wreath-laying ceremony was held at Rawalpindi’s Nur Khan Airbase, attended by dignitaries representing the highest echelons of government and military.

In response to security concerns, Chinese companies temporarily suspended civil work at project sites, underscoring the paramount importance of ensuring the safety of all personnel involved.

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