Founder of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jinnah's statue destroyed in a terrorist attack in Gwadar. Who is accountable for this barbarity?


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Gwadar: Pakistan’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s statue has been annihilated by the Baloch aggressors in a bomb attack in the waterfront city of Balochistan territory on Sunday.

The sculpture, which was introduced in June at Marine Drive, which was considered a protected zone - was exploded by explosives set underneath the sculpture on Sunday morning, according to Dawn News.

The sculpture was obliterated in the impact, it added. Babgar Baloch, a representative for the prohibited aggressor association Baloch Republican Army, asserted liability regarding the impact on Twitter.

The matter was being explored at the most significant level, Gwadar Deputy Commissioner Major (retd) Abdul Kabir Khan was cited as saying by the BBC Urdu. He said that the assailants who annihilated Jinnah’s sculpture by establishing explosives entered the region as travelers.

As indicated by him, no capture has been made so far yet the examination will be finished in a little while. “We are investigating the matter from all points and the offenders will be gotten soon,” he said.

“The destruction of Quaid-e-Azam’s sculpture in #Gwadar is an assault on Ideology of Pakistan. I demand specialists to rebuff the culprits similarly as we did with those behind the assault on Quaid-e-Azam residency in Ziarat,” Balochistan’s previous Home Minister and current Senator Sarfraz Bugti tweeted.

Authorities of the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) said that an instance of obliterating the Quaid’s sculpture with the assistance of explosives has been enlisted at the CTD Gwadar police headquarters.

As indicated by the CTD authorities, the case has been enlisted under area 7 of the ATA and Explosives Act. Different provisions have likewise been added to the claim.

Jinnah came into the world on December 25th, 1876, he remained head of the All-India Muslim League from 1913 until Pakistan’s creation on August 14, 1947. He then, at that point, represented himself as Pakistan’s first governor-general until his passing in 1948.
Why this brutality? We as a nation should strictly condemn this criminal offense.

Source: Dawn News

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I strictly condemn this cruel act. Sad to see our historic memorials in such a barbaric condition.

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