Twitterati in a state of ‘melancholy’ over Makran’s incident
Social media users expressed their anger and the emotions of complete sadness following to the brutal killing of 14 people at the coastal highway of Makran by unknown armed attackers today.
Twitter handlers across the country condemned this incident up to maximum and offered their deep condolences to the families of the deceased and demanded the government for an affirmative action against the perpetrators whoever involved in this unfortunate incident.
Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar tweeted:
Devastated about the brutal murder of 14 passengers on #Makran Coastal Highway. This is an heinous act of terrorism. My thoughts & prayers for the victim’s families. It is a conspiracy to create hurdles in development of #Balochistan.#Ormara #Gwadar #Quetta
— Mohammad Sarwar (@ChMSarwar) April 18, 2019
Buzdil dushman jo chup ky waar krta he itni himmat nhe f to f a ky laar sky inshallah we will find them and eliminate them all #Ormara
— Ahmad khan 🇵🇰 (@AttitudeBoy00) April 18, 2019
The horrific massacres at #Ormara and #Hazarganji area of Quetta have left us shocked and shaken.
Please spread a prayer for the poor victims.
Authorities must deploy all the available resources in catching the perpetrators. 😢 😔
— Balochistan Paradise (@balochparadise) April 18, 2019
Dear GoP, Your job isn’t about taking pride in international bloggers raving about the beauty of #Quetta , #Ormara and the likes but to ensure safety and security of all plying these very roads – please get down to it! #Balochistan #Pakistan
— Yusra Askari (@YusraSAskari) April 18, 2019
1st religious terrorism in quetta, now ethnic terrorism in ormara, enemies of Pak are trying to further destabilize us. Stay strong and trust your forces, we have won the hardest battles, we will win against this as well inshaAllah.. Pakistan Zindabad#Ormara #Balochistan
— Furqan Khanani (@LongAwaitedHero) April 18, 2019
In today’s attack the armed persons were around 10-12 in numbers who killed 14 people after intercepting three to four buses that were en route to Karachi from Ormara.