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ISPR releases a new song to pay tribute to the APS martyrs

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The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) wing of armed forces has released a new song titled ‘Humain Agay He Jana Hai’ on the fourth anniversary of Army Public School martyrs. The unfortunate incident of the terror attack on the morning on 16th December 2014 on APS, Peshawar claimed the lives of 150 people including 130 young students.

The terrorists stormed in the school and opened an indiscriminate firing on the students and teachers. The terror attack shook the entire country as the wounds remain unhealed even after the passage of four years. Zayer Ali Bagga is the vocalist of this song penned by Imran Raza and composed by Sahir Ali Bagga.

Major General Asif Ghafoor, DG ISPR while sharing the song on Twitter said, “We are a resilient nation, our enemies shall never succeed. Nations evolve through struggles, determined ones succeed. We are succeeding, united & steadfast we shall attain our objectives of enduring peace and prosperity, IA.”

Every year, ISPR releases a new song to commemorate the sacrifices laid by the children of Army Public School Peshawar in a fight against terrorism. ‘Humain Agay he Jana Hai’ is the third song released pertaining to the incident.

Read more: “Don’t drag army into everything,” warns DG ISPR

The song talks of hope, strength, and the resilience of the Pakistani nation that have helped the country to rise again after every heart-wrenching terror attack. It is due to the courage of the Pakistani nation that Pakistan is steering towards stability and peace.

On Dec 16, Prime Minister Imran Khan reaffirmed effective implementation of the NAP to purge the maniac of terrorism and extremism from the country as he paid tribute to the victims of APS attack.

Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, however, was disgruntled over the lack of seriousness showed by the Pakistani media yesterday. In his tweet, he condemned the electronic media for continuing to broadcast the upbeat comedy programs when the entire nation was busy in mourning the unfortunate incident.


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