Suicide bombing in Quetta resulted in support pouring from all over the world. The attack, that left 70 unfortunate ones deprived of their lives and 100 injured.
Terrorist attacks in Pakistan have become a norm over the past few years and every single attack does nothing but leaving a question in the minds of Pakistanis, about the government and the sluggish actions it is taking against its foes.
Speaking of the aforementioned support from the world, David Hale, the American Ambassador to Pakistan has expressed deep condemnation of the cowardly attack in Quetta and has offered his condolences to all the families of the victims, on behalf of the whole American nation.
According to a statement issued by the US Embassy, “This brutal and senseless attack on civilians, so many of them lawyers working to bring justice to their country, will not undermine one of the most important pillars of Pakistan’s democracy and civil society.”
The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, also stretched his condolences to the families and requested the government to bring the dead ones to the justice by punishing the suicide attackers, responsible behind this act of brutality.
At the same time, support and condolences from the European Union also poured in promising the government of Pakistan of their support through the efforts of making Pakistan free from the terrorists.