Zero tolerance for violence and those using it as a tool, says PM Imran Khan on APS martyrs day 2021

Zero tolerance for violence and those using it as a tool, says PM Imran Khan on APS martyrs day 2021

Zero tolerance for violence and those using it as a tool, says PM Imran Khan on APS martyrs day 2021. I want to assure the people of Pakistan and the survivors and parents of the children that we will never let down.....


Zero tolerance for violence and those using it as a tool, says PM Imran Khan on APS martyrs day 2021


 that we will pursue a zero-tolerance policy against violence and those using it as a tool.

We will never allow anyone to exploit these precious lives for political gains. We will not allow any terrorist organization to derail our efforts for peace. We stand in solidarity with their families and in remembrance of their great sacrifices.”

PM Imran Khan on the APS martyrs day 2021

The prime minister said that he had been in close touch with those who lost their loved ones, and promised them justice would prevail.

He also promised that a “nation-wide review” of the incident would be conducted, which would include a forensic audit of the school to identify gaps in security and ways forward to prevent future tragedies.

Imran Khan said at a gathering in Rawalpindi this evening that there would be an Army Public School principle day in future, adding that he had ordered the school to hold such an event on Dec 16 every year.

He also said that he had been in close touch with the people who lost their loved ones, and assured them that justice would prevail.

The prime minister added that a “nation-wide review” of the APS attack would be conducted, which would include a forensic audit of the school to identify gaps in security and ways forward to prevent future tragedies.

The prime minister observed: “The nation as a whole has suffered a great loss. And it is important that we remember our heroes who laid down their lives for us”.

Imran Khan, who was decked in the national flag at the gathering where several thousand people attended the event, said that he had been in close touch with those who lost their loved ones and promised them justice would prevail.

“It is important that we remember our heroes who laid down their lives for us. This is a recognition of their service and sacrifice,” he added. “I will not let anyone down”.

He also promised that a “nation-wide review” of the APS incident would be conducted, which would include a forensic audit of the school to identify gaps in security and ways forward to prevent future tragedies.

Imran Khan said he had been in touch with the people who lost their loved ones, and promised that justice would prevail.

“It is important that we remember our heroes who laid down their lives for us. This is a recognition of their service and sacrifice,” he added. “I will not let anyone down”.

A book of Condolences for the APS massacre victims and survivors was also unveiled at the event by Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan.

The book contained a message from the prime minister.

Imran Khan said he had been in close contact with those who lost their loved ones, and assured them that justice would prevail. 

“It is important that we remember our heroes who laid down their lives for us. This is a recognition of their service and sacrifice,” he added. “I will not let anyone down”.

Khan also promised a “nation-wide review” of the APS massacre incident would be conducted, which would include a forensic audit of the school to identify gaps in security and ways forward to prevent future tragedies.


Make Your PM IMRAN KHAN SAYS ON APS MARTYRS DAYA Reality

"Make Your PM IMRAN KHAN SAYS ON APS MARTYRS DAY A Reality":

This is a phrase that is often used with the Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan. It means that you can imagine what Khan has to say about something and then make it happen in reality. The words may come off as a quote from him with your own interpretation of what it would mean.


The origin of this phrase often comes from the fact that it is one of the common phrases that Khan uses. The phrase, "Make Your PM IMRAN KHAN SAYS ON APS MARTYRS DAY A Reality" was used by Khan after his victory speech in which he told his supporters to "make sure Pakistan improves, and they can make it happen themselves." Now people often use this phrase whenever something is not going their way and they want to change it.


The meaning of this phrase has come off as a situation in which someone cannot get something done and they need to do things their way, rather than relying on others. It is a statement of confidence for yourself or for your country.


This phrase is often used in a sarcastic manner or in a joking tone. So, for example, if you are talking about how difficult it is to get something done in school, someone might say "Make Your PM IMRAN KHAN SAYS ON APS MARTYRS DAY A Reality". 


This is a way to say that you must do what it takes to complete the task. It might mean that you must stay up late and work harder to make sure that you complete your work. The phrase "Make Your PM IMRAN KHAN SAYS ON APS MARTYRS DAY A Reality" means that you can accomplish anything if you work hard enough.


This phrase could also be used to make a sarcastic comment about Khan's political standing. For example, the words, "Make Your PM IMRAN KHAN SAYS ON APS MARTYRS DAY A Reality" could be used in a situation where someone is disappointed in Khan's government and what it has done so far. Someone might say this phrase sardonically to express their disapproval of Khan and his government's actions and how they are affecting Pakistan.


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"No More Mistakes With PM IMRAN KHAN SAYS ON APS MARTYRS DAY":

It was a special day for the people of Pakistan, as it is celebrated annually. The day's memorial service and prayer was held in connection with the anniversary of APS martyrs.

President of Pakistan and Prime Minister Imran Khan was the chief guest at the special ceremony. It was a great moment for the nation because this is the first time when a Pakistani Prime Minister has attended it.


The commemoration program was organized by Army Public School's Old Boys Association (APSBOA) at H-8 Park in Islamabad. A large number of public, parents of martyrs and school staff were present in the ceremony.


Prime Minister said that we have to take care of our security forces, schools and hospitals as they have an important role to play in our development and prosperity. He also said that it is very important to give teachers their due respect as we can't make any progress without them. He also said that cricket is also a part of our culture. He praised the role of Pakistan army and they are our real heroes.


The ceremony started with a rally in which teachers, students and staff members of APS participated in it. In his speech, the Prime Minister said that this day is very sad but we can't forget the sacrifices of our martyrs. He said that I always salute the great work done by our Army and police forces. He further added that there won't be any compromises on educational institutions any more, as they are very important for progress.


 The Prime Minister also talked about his government's efforts to fight terrorism. He told about his government's efforts to develop Balochistan and other backward areas of Pakistan. He also vowed to eliminate terrorism from the country.


The principal of APS, retired Maj Gen Tahir Zia said that the future generations should know about our sacrifices. He also said that we have to think about the future of our children and we can't let terrorists win. He told that he will try his best to train those young students who want to join army services. 


Chief Minister Punjab, Usman Buzdar was also present in the ceremony and he extended his wishes to all teachers, students and staff members of APS on the occasion of APS martyrs day.


The security arrangements were made by Pakistan Army, Punjab Police and other law enforcement agencies as it was a high-profile event.


Publishing houses, businesses and printing press closed their business while a gun salute was paid to mark the martyrs' day. At the National Press Club, a silent march was held in remembrance of martyred journalists and media men. 


The national flag was also presented for them to sign the carriageway before being lowered to half mast. All TV channels played marvellous coverage of this ceremony in order to show that sacrifices of our martyrs will never be forgotten and no one can take their sacrifices away from us even after their deaths.


Television networks broadcasted poetry recital, dramas and documentaries about the APS martyrs on Martyrs Day in order to keep the memory of our nation's great sacrifice alive.


Excellencies and high-ups of foreign governments, were also present in this ceremony.




After the ceremony ended, people started paying homage to the martyrs on Martyrs' Day. Students, school students and students of universities were also present on this occasion. School and university students paid their tribute to the martyrs of APS by reciting poems or by burning effigies in a form of candles as they did during the 26th APS martyrs day in 2013.



In a rather muted and unusual gesture, President Mamnoon Hussain was not present at any rally or meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the Army Public School to mark Martyrs' Day.


Poets, singers and singers of music bands took part in the evening programmes, which included qawwalis as well as folk dances. These folk dances are very similar to the ones performed by the ethnic Baloch people of Balochistan during traditional ceremonies. And they were led by dancers, who had participated in 26th APS martyrs day earlier this year. 


At the University of Agriculture in Faisalabad (currently known as University College Faisalabad) students and staff members reached their classroom premises around 6pm where an exhibition match was held between 1st ranked university college Faisalabad against 2nd ranked University College Bahawalpur. Whereas, the same programme was held at the Cadet College, Kahuta in which the 1st ranked Cadet College, Kohat faced off against 2nd ranked Cadet College Sialkot.




Families of the APS martyrs and those injured on duty, who were present in Rawalpindi, attended a special dinner hosted by Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif and attended by all Coups in chief their families. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar was also present on this occasion.


A three-day event '25th APS Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony' took place at Army Public School to mark Pakistan Day celebrations 2018.



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