UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon on Saturday highly criticized the enemy strikes on Ashura processions and Imambargahs in Pakistan, said a review released on daily breaking news. The UN chief in a declaration from his representative criticized the latest strikes in Sindh and Balochistan regions — such as the one in Jacobabad — and also provided condolences to the family members of sufferers.
Ban Ki-Moon also advised the Govt to carry the criminals of the dangerous strikes to rights, while expecting that it will also take all actions to secure its people that belong to both most and community groups. The UN SG also interceded for the instant restoration of those harmed in the past, and underscored that nothing warrants terrorism.
Last night, a powerful suicide blast ripped through a Muharram procession in Jacobabad city of Sindh, eliminating 22 people, mostly kids, and hurting more than 40 others. A grieving procession was coming back from Shershah-Jo-Per to Quetta Street in Lashari Muhalla when the suicide attack took place. The deceased sufferers involved some kids too.
In another occurrence of terrorism on Friday, a destruction enemy blew himself outside an Imambargah in Bolan region of Balochistan, eliminating at least 10 individuals and hurting 12 others. Pakistan has a record of strikes on spiritual processions in the Islamic month of Muharram, especially on 9th and Tenth of the Muharram, started by banned militant groups focusing on individuals that belong to the Shia sect of Islam. This year, the government and provincial government authorities implemented strict precautionary features to prevent any unpleasant occurrence.