BIRMINGHAM: The youthful souls, the brave soldiers and teachers of APS may have been martyred, but they shall never be forgotten. Their sacrifice has seemingly united the world against terrorism.
In Birmingham, England, a ceremony was held to honour these courageous individuals. The event was attended by someone who had herself faced the dastardly act of terrorism and now stands firm against it: Malala Yousafzai.
Addressing the tribute ceremony, Malala stated that the world salutes the brave martyrs of Army Public School (APS), Peshawar.
Malala stated that all political parties of Pakistan should unite against terrorism to ensure its defeat.
Malala further added that Operation ‘Zarb-e-Azb’ may eradicate the terrorism for now, but it will not destroy the master mind. For this reason an ‘Operation Kulm’ (Pen) will also be direly needed.
Speaking at the occasion, injured survivor of the deadly attack Ahmed Nawaz stated that 16th December 2014 was the darkest day in the history of Pakistan.