LAHORE - Adviser to Punjab Chief Minister on Health Kh Salman Rafiq on Saturday said that the Peshawar massacre had grieved every Pakistani including the Christians.

Speaking at a ceremony held in the memory of Peshawar martyrs at Lahore General Hospital, the adviser said that the Army, supported by the government and public at large, would continue to hunt down the terrorists till last one of them.

LGH Prof Anjum Habib Vohra, MPAs representing minorities, office bearers of Paramedical Staff Association and a large number of Christian employees of the hospital attended the ceremony. Prayers were offered for the departed souls of innocent students and candles were illuminated in the ceremony.

Salman said that the government was completely focused to curb the menace of terrorism, adding that the execution of two terrorists in Faisalabad Jail was a major headway to achieve the goal.

“All the evil plans of those conspirators, who have not only massacred our innocent children in Peshawar but also have launched a massive attack on education in Pakistan, would be foiled,” he stated.

Hoping for those days when country would get rid of terrorism, he said that all the political parties and public were cooperating with the army for the success of Operation Zarb-e-Azab.