Families of APS victim’s demands justice

Written by The Frontier Post

F.P. Report

PESHAWAR: Parents of Army Public School (APS) victims showed displeasure over the delay in providing justice to them and warned the government if they did not give them justice than they will raise voice on international forum for the blood of their innocent children.

Family members of APS victims said this while addressing to press conference at Peshawar Press Club. Sisters of the APS victims Palwasha Amin, Mehwish Tariq and Hafsa Durrani said that instead of starting proper investigation of the terror incident the government trying to quite the parent of the victims.

They reminded that terrorists storm APS and killed more than hundred of students in 2014 and, now the families still waiting for investigation and justice.

“We want justice for our martyred children nothing more than that as it is our right” they added.

Palwasha Amin said on the occasion that she was striving for justice for more than two years but no one is seems to be interested in providing justice to us. Despite provision of evidences of the attack, the authorities is still not making any move against the attacker, she lamented.

She demanded from the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take notice of the matter and provide justice otherwise they will be compelled to rise against it on international forum.

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