- Alvi was once prompt that it might be higher if he didn’t attend the funeral of the martyrs.
- Maryam says it isn’t best PTI trolls who’re answerable for this, it’s because of ‘fitna’ this is imposed on us.
- The president known as and condoled loss of life of the martyrs and spoke to their members of the family.
ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi sought after to attend the funeral of the Balochistan helicopter crash martyrs, on the other hand, he was once stopped from attending due to the “false and negative propaganda created by PTI trolls”.
According to resources, the president had expressed his need that because the splendid commander and head of state he sought after to attend the funeral of the martyrs, on the other hand, the establishments knowledgeable the Dr Alvi that PTI trolls have initiated a “toxic, false and negative propaganda about the martyrs” which has enraged the folks.
Therefore, President Alvi was once prompt that it might be higher if he skipped the funeral of the martyrs to keep away from any untoward incident. Adhering to the recommendation, the president didn’t attend the funeral prayers.
Taking to her Twitter deal with, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz reacted to the news and blamed the PTI chairman Imran Khan for this hatred.
“It is not only PTI trolls who are responsible for this, it is because of the ‘fitna’ that has been imposed on our country as a ‘foreign agent’,” she wrote, including through this “shameful” propaganda those “PTI trolls” have harm the feelings of the martyrs’ households and all of the country.
However, overdue night time lately the President’s Office tweeted that Dr Alvi had known as and condoled the loss of life of the martyrs. The president had spoken to the members of the family of Naik Mudassar Fayyaz Shaheed, co-pilot Maj Talha Mannan, Maj Saeed Ahmed, Brig Khalid, Brig Amjad Hanif, and Lt. Gen Sarfraz Ali.
Martyrs of helicopter crash laid to leisure
On Tuesday, the martyrs of the helicopter crash in Balochistan have been laid to leisure with complete army honours in Rawalpindi.
The funeral prayers of Lieutenant General Sarfraz Ali, Major General Amjad Hanif, and Brigadier Muhammad Khalid have been presented on the Army graveyard.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani, federal ministers, Azad Jammu and Kashmir’s top minister, overseas dignitaries and a big quantity of senior serving, retired army and civil officers and family members of the martyrs attended the funeral prayers.