The killers of students and teachers of Army Public School deserve no leniency thus should be hanged publicly so as to teach their likeminded a lesson, said speakers of Sunni Conference held here Sunday.

The conference was held by Jamaatul Suffa, Sunni Tehreek, Jamaat-i-Ahle Sunnat and other organisations. The speakers included Syed Fida Hussain Shah, the provincial leader of Jamaat-i-Ahle Sunnat, Barrister Syed Waseemul Hasan Naqvi, the founder chairman of Jamaatul Suffa, Muhammad Usman Haider Naqvi and others strongly condemned the barbarity and offered Fateh for the departed souls. They also prayed to Almighty Allah to give courage to the grieved families to bear the irreparable loss.

They appreciated lifting of moratorium on death penalty and called upon the government to launch merciless crackdown on all defunct parties who were supporting Taliban so as to ensure peace in the country.

PAT RALLIES: The PAT activists took out a rally to protest against the genocide. Led by District President Malik Sultan and other local leaders, the participants were holding placards and banners and raised slogans in favour of Pakistan Army and against the terrorists. They expressed their solidarity with the parents of the victims and Pakistan Army.

They said that the nation stands like rock behind the armed forces to crush extremist forces. They assured that the nation was prepared for supreme sacrifices for the glorification of Islam and stability of the country.

HEALTHCARE CLAIMED: The medical superintendent claimed that for the first time the best healthcare was being provided at the DHQ Hospital of Hafizabad.

The said that besides other doctors and paramedical staff, three physicians, three general surgeons an orthopaedic surgeon, child specialist, dermatologist, urologist, two dentists and two lady doctors were providing services at the hospital.

Addressing newsmen here, Dr Muhammad Munir said that 70% medicines were being provided even to the outdoor patients free of cost. Moreover, patients in emergency ward, labour room, nursery and general wards were being provided with free of cost medicines. He further said that emphasis was being made on the punctuality of the staff.