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Pakistani army personnel patrol the streets following an attack by Taliban gunmen on a school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014. – AFP
Pakistani army personnel patrol the streets following an attack by Taliban gunmen on a school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014. – AFP

PESHAWAR: Pakistani officials say the siege at an army-run school on Warsak road school is over, while authorities continued a sweep of the area.

At least 141 people, most of them children (132), died when Taliban gunmen attacked the school in the morning. The overwhelming majority of the victims were students at the school, which has children and teenagers in grades 1-10.

Condemnations poured in from across the globe including all major political leaders and notables in the country. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Army Chief General Raheel Sharif also condemned the assault and rushed to Peshawar to show their support for the victims and the troops partaking in the operation to clear the school of terrorists.

Three-day mourning was also announced by the federal government.

As darkness fell on the area, officials said they had cleared the school of militants. “The operation is completed,” said Bilal Ahmad Faizi, the head of the state-run rescue organisation, speaking to reporters after leaving the school area.


END OF LIVE UPDATES


7:49pm - Shireen Mazari says 146 dead, 113 injured

Speaking to media representatives, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Shireen Mazari said that out of total 146 people killed in today’s tragic incident, nearly 140 killed are children. She said 113 people including children were injured in the attack also.


7:32pm - Obama denounces ‘odious’ school attack

President of the United States, Barack Obama has condemned the Taliban attack on Peshawar school, terming it “odious”.

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7:13pm - Army hits back with 10 airstrikes in Khyber: ISPR

According to a tweet by DG ISPR Maj-Gen Asim Bajwa, Pakistan’s military on actionable intelligence has carried out several raids including 10 airstrikes in Khyber Agency today.


6:42pm - Army chief in Peshawar, vows to hit terrorists hard

Army chief General Raheel Sharif has reached Peshawar and vowed to continue the fight against the militants until they are completely eliminated from the country.

DG Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Maj-Gen Asim Bajwa posted on twitter that the tragic incident has saddened that COAS, but at the same time he has said that, “our resolve has taken new height. Will continue go after inhuman beasts, their facilitators till their final elimination”.

Gen Sharif said that, “this ghastly act cowardice of killing innocents clearly indicates they (militants) are not only enemies of Pakistan but enemies of humanity”.

“They have hit at the heart of the nation, but let me reiterate they can't in any way diminish the will of this great nation,” the army chief was quoted as saying by the DG ISPR.



6:32pm - Police say attack over, all militants dead

Peshawar police said that the bloody Taliban attack on Army Public School has ended, with all six attackers dead, AFP reported.

The assault on the school in Peshawar killed 131 people, most of them students, according to officials.


6:14pm - Another child succumbs to his wounds

According to DawnNews, another injured school kid has succumbed to his wounds at Leady Reading Hospital in Peshawar, raising the death toll to 131.


5:52pm - Punjab Assembly passes condemnation resolution

The provincial assembly in Punjab has unanimously passed a resolution condemning the Taliban attack in Peshawar, expressing resolve to fight till the elimination of last terrorist.

The lawmakers also expressed solidarity with the armed forces in the resolution, saying the whole nation was standing shoulder to shoulder with Pakistan Army in the ongoing Operation Zarb-i-Azb.


5:35pm - 11 staff members rescued

11 more staff members of the Army Public School including 4 lady teachers and seven male staff have been rescued by SSG commandos, according to a tweet by DG ISPR General Asim Bajwa.


5:30pm -COAS reaches Peshawar

Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has reached Peshawar. General Raheel Sharif cut his visit short in Quetta where he attended the passing out parade of Army soldiers.


5:20pm - Sixth terrorist killed: ISPR

The ISPR says a sixth terrorist has been killed in the the school's last block which is under clearance. Two more students and as many teachers rescued.

Terrorists have booby trapped the school premises using IEDs which is hampering the clearance process.


4:55pm - PM calls APC in Peshawar

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has called for an all parties conference in Peshawar tomorrow at 11:30 AM, in light of the devastating gun and bomb attack on the army-run school.

Leaders belonging to all parliamentary parties are expected to be in Peshawar tomorrow. The meeting will be held at the Governor House in Peshawar.

Information Minister Senator Parvaiz Rasheed and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar have been tasked by the PM to contact parliamentary leaders and request them to attend the meeting.


4:50pm - US ambassador condemns attack

 A man comforts his son at Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar — Reuters
A man comforts his son at Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar — Reuters

US Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson condemns the attack and issues a statement offering condolence to the families of the victims.

“The United States strongly condemns senseless and inhumane attacks on innocent students and educators, and stands in solidarity with the people of Pakistan, and all who fight the menace of terrorism,” a statement issued by the US Embassy in Islamabad says.

“Few have suffered more at the hands of terrorists and extremists than the people of Pakistan,” the statement says, adding that “that is why it remains essential for the United States and Pakistan to continue to work together to secure peace and stability in the region”.


4:40pm - 130 killed

 Army personnel shifting the school children on motorbike following the attack on Army Public School situated on Warsak Road. — INP
Army personnel shifting the school children on motorbike following the attack on Army Public School situated on Warsak Road. — INP

Provincial information minister Mushtaq Ghani tells AFP the death toll has reached 130, with a similar number wounded. The toll was confirmed by another provincial minister.


4:13 pm - Battle against terrorists will continue: PM Nawaz

 Relatives of a student comfort each other outside Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar — Reuters
Relatives of a student comfort each other outside Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar — Reuters

While speaking to media representatives after his arrival in Peshawar, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif says that the Pakistan Army launched the Zarb-i-Azb operation and its blowback was being felt now.

"I feel that until and unless this country is cleansed from terrorism, this war and effort will not stop, no one should be doubtful of this. We have also spoken to Afghanistan about this and we will fight terrorism together."

"Such attacks are expected in the wake of a war and the country should not lose its strength," he says.


4:10pm - Fifth terrorist killed: Military

Military spokesperson Asim Bajwa says the fifth terrorist has been killed by security forces. Meanwhile, SSG forces have rescued two more student and two more staff.


4:05pm - Journalists, politicians condemn attack

 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Pervez Khattak at Lady reading Hospital to visit victims of the militant attack on Army Public School — PPI
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Pervez Khattak at Lady reading Hospital to visit victims of the militant attack on Army Public School — PPI

Read: Another black day

Meanwhile, Peshawar city is at a stand-still, Markets and shops are being shut down whereas traffic jams are being reported at several points due to security cordons.


4:00pm - PM announces three-day mourning

 Men carry an injured school girl to a hospital following an attack by Taliban gunmen on a school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014. — AFP
Men carry an injured school girl to a hospital following an attack by Taliban gunmen on a school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014. — AFP

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announces a three-day countrywide mourning over the Peshawar attack.

He makes the announcement after arriving in the provincial capital city where he was given a briefing over the situation at the Army Public School.


3:57pm - Narendra Modi offers condolences

Former Indian premier Manmohan Singh also condemns the attack.


3:55pm - Only one block left: ISPR update

 A student cries on a man's shoulder, after he was rescued from the Army Public School - Reuters
A student cries on a man's shoulder, after he was rescued from the Army Public School - Reuters

The ISPR says that of the four blocks that the militants were confined to, security forces have managed to clear three.

It is not clear how many militants have been killed or how many still remain in the building.

There are some reports that children have been taken hostage.


3:50pm - Terrorists confined: ISPR

DG ISPR Asim Bajwa on Twitter says that the terrorists have been pushed and confined to the "the last of four blocks of school".

He also says four terrorists have been killed so far."Search for remaining on, clearance underway," he says.


3:47pm - More loud blasts heard near school

 Army personnel arrive at the site of TTP attack on Army Public School situated on Warsak Road— INP
Army personnel arrive at the site of TTP attack on Army Public School situated on Warsak Road— INP

Reporters at the scene report as many as 10 loud explosions at the school, saying that the operation underway is reaching a climax.


3:45pm - PTI calls off Dec 18 protest

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has postponed his party's countrywide protests scheduled for Dec 18, following the deadly terrorist attack on the school in Peshawar.


3:40pm - Marvi Memon condemns attack

PML-N's Marvi Memon condemns the attack and says she cannot imagine what the families and mothers of the deceased must be going through.

"The PM empathises with them and has left everything to go to Peshawar and personally oversee the incident," she adds.

She adds: "Your children have made a huge sacrifice, you are not alone and we will end terrorism together... one day Pakistan will be cleansed from this terrorism."


3:35pm - 126 killed: Radio Pakistan

State-run Radio Pakistan is reporting that 126 have been killed. It is not clear how many of the casualties include children, although an earlier figure put the death toll of students at 84.

Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) leader Nighat Orakzai confirms to reporters that 125 children were killed in the Peshawar attack.


3:30pm - PPP denounces attack

PPP's Qamar Zaman Qaira says Pakistan has long been a victim of terrorism and must unite to fight the scourge.

"Condemning this incident is not enough, this is a message for the world as well to see the kind of sacrifices we have to give," he says.


3:27pm - PAT postpones protest

The Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) has postponed its countrywide protests planned for tomorrow after receiving instructions from party chief Dr Tahirul Qadri.


3:25pm - India condemns attack

Home Minister Rajnath Singh says the attack exposed the “real face of terrorism”.

“I strongly condemn the terrorist attack on a school at Peshawar,” he tweets.

“This dastardly & inhuman attack exposes the real face of terrorism. My heart goes out to the families of those children who got killed by the terrorists in Peshawar.


3:20pm - Defence Minister says attack is 'barbaric'

Federal Minister for Defence Khawaja Asif denounces the Peshawar attack and says it is highly barbaric to shed the blood of innocent children.

"Terrorists wanted to spread pain and destabilise the country but they would not be allowed to succeed in their evil designs," the minister said in a statement issued by the Defence Ministry.


3:18pm - Loud blasts reported

Two loud blasts are being reported from the site, with the sound of gunfire also heard.

Journalists at the scene says ambulances are stationed about a kilometre away from the Army Public School. A number of ambulances are seen entering the cordoned off area after the loud explosions.

Security sources say bodies are present inside the school premises.


3:16pm - PM reaches Peshawar

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has reached Peshawar to oversee the operation underway against terrorists in the army-run school.


3:15pm - Three blocks cleared: ISPR

The ISPR says three blocks of the school have been cleared by security forces, and the remaining area is being cleared with an operation underway.


3:13pm - Three-day mourning declared

 The feet of a victim of a Taliban attack in a school are tied together at a local hospital in Peshawar — AP
The feet of a victim of a Taliban attack in a school are tied together at a local hospital in Peshawar — AP

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief minister has announced three days mourning over this tragic incident.

Information Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mushtaq Ghani has said that security of all other educational institution has been enhanced.

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement has also announced three-day mourning over the Peshawar attack.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah announces three days of mourning across the province in the wake of the Peshawar attack.


3:10pm - Terrorists escape

Security sources say that some of the terrorists have managed to escape from the site after cutting barbed wires around the school premises.


3:05pm - President condemns Peshawar attack

President Mamnoon Hussain has strongly condemned the terror attack in Peshawar.

The president reiterates that such cowardly attacks cannot deter the resolve and morale of the nation, adding that the operation against militants would continue till the elimination of the last terrorist.


3:00pm - Children being held hostage: army

A security official tells Reuters some children are still being held hostage by Taliban gunman. 84 children are reported dead, with scores injured.

“The chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has received information from the army officials that children are still being held hostage,” Inayatullah Khan, the provincial minister for local government says.

A hall at the site had been cleared and efforts to clear the rest of the area were underway, he adds.

Hospitals in Peshawar are reporting a shortage of 'O negative' blood. An appeal has been made for donations.

The operation has been underway for five hours.


2:55pm - Children were celebrating when attackers struck: Eyewitness

Mudassar Abbas, a physics laboratory assistant at the school, tells AFP some students were celebrating at a party when the attack began.

“I saw six or seven people walking class-to-class and opening fire on children,” he says.


2:50pm - Provincial govt has failed: ANP

Ghulam Ahmed Bilour from ANP says the provincial govt has "completely failed".

"Before aspiring to become the PM, Imran Khan needs to take care of his province."


2:41 pm - Army Chief to reach Peshawar

Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asim Bajwa says that Army Chief General Raheel Sharif has cut his visit short in Quetta and is due to reach Peshawar.


2:34 pm - Government postpones talks with PTI due to Peshawar attack

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar telephones Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) vice president Shah Mehmood Qureshi and told him that for the time being,the dialogue process is being postponed," a credible source told Dawn.


2:11 pm - PM Nawaz leaves for Peshawar

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif leaves for Peshawar to supervise the ongoing operation against Taliban, dubbing it "a national tragedy".

"I have decided to proceed to Peshawar and I will supervise the operation my self," PM Nawaz Sharif said in a short statement before his departure to Peshawar.

"These are my children and it is my loss," the premier said.


2:10pm - 104 dead in attack: KP CM

 Security forces takes up positions on a road leading to the Army Public School — Reuters
Security forces takes up positions on a road leading to the Army Public School — Reuters

Chief Minister KP Pervez Khattak says 84 children have been killed in the attack.

"The terrorists entered the school wearing FC personnel uniform," he says.

He puts the total death toll at 104. He says 23 bodies have been taken to the LRH, with 60 in CMH.

2:05pm - Army trying to bring situation under control: KP Information Minister

Shah Farman, the KP Minister of Information says there are approximately 80-100 unconfirmed dead.

"The army is trying hard to bring the situation under control," he says. "The operation is currently underway."

"It is unfortunate that schoolchildren were targeted.We need the country to be united and we need justice," he adds.

Shah Farman says he is not aware of the Taliban's claim of responsibility for the attack.


2:00pm - Lady Reading Hospital officials speaks to reporters

An official from the LRH hospital confirms that 26 people have been killed. He says that the security official among the dead has not yet been identified.


1:55pm - 26 killed: Security officials

Twenty-six people have been killed, including two terrorists, security sources say. Hospital sources say the dead include 20 children.


1:50pm - JI Emir condemns attack

 Security forces drive on a road leading to the Army Public School that is under attack by Taliban gunmen in Peshawar - Reuters
Security forces drive on a road leading to the Army Public School that is under attack by Taliban gunmen in Peshawar - Reuters

Emir of Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Sirajul Haq condemns the incident and talking to DawnNews says the whole country stands with the families of the deceased.

He appeals to the government to make the security of children its first priority. "The attack is a message to the country and government; it should not be taken lightly," he says.

The official Twitter account of the JI tweeted: " Attack on innocent children in the name of religion is not acceptable."


1:45pm - Militants holed up in admin block: Minister

PTI MPA Shaukat Yousufzai says the main area of the school, including the junior section, has been cleared and that the operation has shifted to the administrative block where the terrorists are holed up.

He rejects reports that negotiations are being conducted with the attackers and says that talks are not possible when a full-blown operation is underway.

Yousufzai also says that the terrorists carried out a blast, possibly by a suicide bomber, in a portion of the school where an event was being held.


1:43pm - Terrorists have 'sophisticated weapons'

A student who was released says the attackers were carrying sophisticated automatic weapons.

He says militants opened indiscriminate fire as soon as they entered the school.


1:40pm - Terrorists did not enter through main gate: Brigadier

Responding to a question of whether the attack was a result of security lapse, Brigadier Mehmood Shah says there was a graveyard behind the school which is how militants entered the school.

He says militants could not have entered the school through its main gate.

He says security forces should be more vigilant but also underscored that people in the society should be careful and report suspicious people living in their locality to law enforcement agencies as soon as possible.


1:35pm - Unite, don't criticise: Shah Mehmood Qureshi

PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi says that while the KP government is responsible, criticism is not a solution.

"Considering the fact that there is an operation being carried out against terrorists and they are being killed, you can expect a blow back and expect them to retaliate," he tells DawnNews.

"Obviously this was expected due to the operation... our army managed to break them."

"Instead of criticising, we all have to come together and figure out how to fight against this common enemy," he says.

1:30pm - Security official killed

Jamil Shah, a spokesman for Lady Reading Hospital, confirms to AP that the killed soldier was a member of the Pakistani paramilitary forces.


1:25pm - PM directs Interior Minister Nisar to assist KP in handling crisis

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif telephones Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and directs that his ministry assist KP in handling the crisis as effectively as possible.

The premier directs Nisar to coordinate the rescue operation in Peshawar with security forces to ensure all possible help that needs to be extended to them.

Prime Minister Sharif also directs Governor KP Sardar Mehtab Abbasi to ensure all possible assistance to security forces in the rescue operation.


1:20pm - 21 killed: hospital

The focal person for the Lady Reading Hospital confirms to Dawn that 21 are dead, including one man in an army uniform. One hospital official says the dead include 17 students.

While he gave no details on the cause of death, he says 45 are injured.


1:15pm - Imran Khan calls CM KP Pervaiz Khattak

 Schoolchildren cross a road as they move away from a military run school that is under attack - Reuters
Schoolchildren cross a road as they move away from a military run school that is under attack - Reuters

PTI Imran Khan called Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervaiz Khattak and directed him to immediately go to the site of the attack.

He has directed Khattak to apprise him of the situation in Peshawar.


1:10pm - 18 dead: hospital

Mudassir from the emergency ward at the Lady reading Hospital tells Dawn that 18 people have been killed. A hospital source confirms that 15 children are dead, while nine are critically injured.

Lady Reading Hospital is the sole facility to provide treatment to victims of bomb blasts, traumatic incidents and tribal clashes that occur in KP, FATA, & Afghanistan.


1:07pm - 'Revenge for N Waziristan'

 A soldier takes up a position above a road near the military run school that is under attack - Reuters
A soldier takes up a position above a road near the military run school that is under attack - Reuters

A TTP spokesman tells Reuters, “It's a revenge attack for the army offensive in North Waziristan."


1:05pm - Two teachers injured

The Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar says there are two male teachers among the 28 injured being treated.

“Many are in the operation theatre now in critical condition, undergoing treatment,” said hospital official Ejaz Khan.

The school on Peshawar's Warsak Road is part of the Army Public Schools and Colleges System, which runs 146 schools nationwide for the children of military personnel and civilians. Its students range in age from around 10 to 18.

The schools educate the children of both officers and non-commissioned soldiers and army wives often teach in them.


1:05pm - Militants struck during exam

A teacher tells Reuters that the attackers targeted the school while exams were taking place.

“After half an hour of the attack, the army came and sealed the school,” a teacher told a private television channel outside the besieged school.

“We were in the examination hall when the attack took place,” he said. “Now the army men are clearing the classes one by one.”


1:00 pm - Students 'set free'

An ISPR statement says that a large number of students and teachers have been set free. The statement added that there were reports of deaths of some teachers and students as well.


12:55pm - 'Reaction to N Waziristan operation'

PTI MPA Shaukat Ali Yousufzai arrives as the scene and says the attack appears to be a blowback from the ongoing operation 'Zarb-e-Azb' in North Waziristan agency. He says he is not being allowed to cross the security cordon.


12:55pm - Imran Khan condemns attack

The PTI official account on Twitter posted a condemnation of the attack: "Chairman Imran Khan condemns Peshawar attack, says terrorist attack on innocent kid is worst ever form of barbarism."


12:50pm - Militants wearing army fatigues

AFP reports that at least five militants were wearing military uniforms when they entered the school.


12:45pm - Five killed: hospital

Dr Zafar Iqbal from the emergency ward of the Lady Reading Hospital confirms that five people have been killed and that more than 40 are injured.

An eyewitness says bodies are strewn across the floor of the school premises.


12:40pm - Soldier killed in attack: Minister

A senior Khyber Pakhtunkhwa minister tells DawnNews that a soldier has been killed in the ongoing firefight.

Shahram Tarakai says victims have also been shifted to the Combined Military Hospital (CMH).

The number of injured has increased to 35.


12:37pm - Prime Minister condemns attack

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has issued a strong condemnation of the militant attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar.

Condemning the terrorist attack on the school, Nawaz directs all civil and military security agencies to rescue every one from the school safely.

"The perpetrators behind this terrorist attack must not be spared but first priority is the safe rescue of kids and innocent people from the school," PM Nawaz Sharif said in a short statement issued from the PM House in Islamabad.

MQM chief Altaf Hussain has also condemned the terrorist attack


12:35pm - Eyewitness account

An eye witness tells DawnNews that as soon as the firing started, teachers instructed students to duck.

"Later, army personnel ushered us out. While we were being moved out, we saw bodies of our classmates lying in the corridors."

“We were standing outside the school and firing suddenly started and there was chaos everywhere and the screams of children and teachers,” Jamshed Khan, a school bus driver told Reuters.


12:30pm - Four children killed: hospital

Lady Reading Hospital sources confirm that two more have been killed by militant firing, with 27 injured. Two students died while they were being shifted to the hospital while two others died at the hospital.

The age of the deceased is between 9-14 years.


12:28pm - TTP says militants ordered to shoot

TTP spokesman Muhammad Khorasani tells AFP there are six attackers.

“They include target killers and suicide attackers. They have been ordered to shoot the older students but not the children,” he said.

A loud explosion has been reported at the scene. The blast has been carried out by security forces to bring down a wall to create an entry point into the school, according to officials.


12:26pm - More students injured

The number of wounded increases to 30, including one teacher and six children whose condition is reported as critical. A large number of concerned parents have turned up at the site but are being held by security officials.


12:25 pm - Evacuation underway

Military officials confirm that five to six terrorists have entered a school in Peshawar's Warsak road.

The school has been cordoned off, with a rescue operation in progress. Security officials said that children and teachers are being evacuated. Nearby schools have also been closed.


12:20 pm - Two children killed: hospital

The Lady Reading Hospital (LRH) has confirmed that two students have been killed and 10 injured as a result of gunfire.

Hospital sources said one male and one female student were killed. Two of the 10 injured students are in critical condition.


12:13pm - 500 students held hostage

Reuters reports that the gunmen have taken hundreds of students and teachers hostage.

A Reuters journalist at the scene could hear heavy gunfire from inside the school as soldiers surrounded it.

Military officials said at least six armed men had entered the military-run Army Public School. About 500 students and teachers were believed to be inside.


12:11pm - TTP claims responsibility

AFP reports that Taliban militants have attacked the army-run school.

A spokesman for a faction of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan said the gunmen had been ordered to shoot older students at the school in the city of Peshawar.


12:05pm - Seven wounded in attack

According to initial reports, the terrorists opened fire on entering the building, wounding least seven people, including five children.

Police sources said that at least six terrorists entered the school after scaling its walls.

A heavy contingent of police and security forces have reached the spot and cordoned off the area as an operation continues.


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IR
Dec 16, 2014 12:09pm

Very Sad May Allah protect our children.

Taimur
Dec 16, 2014 12:09pm

May Allah's curse be upon all such terrorists and their supporters. Our great political leaders will also find some justification for attacking the school.

arindam
Dec 16, 2014 12:11pm

It is a dangerous news. Praying for the well being of Pakistani children.

Ali
Dec 16, 2014 12:14pm

What kind of animals and twisted people they are saying to shoot older students- these people are not Muslims- they should be wiped out as quickly as possible

Whistle_Blower
Dec 16, 2014 12:15pm

@Mani really? Didn't know one can get so low?

Rational
Dec 16, 2014 12:15pm

@XXXX So what else should we do? Hand our country to these terrorists? I swear I would fight till death against these barbarian terrorists and their agenda.

saad
Dec 16, 2014 12:17pm

what KPK Police were doing?? Matter of big concern for all Pakistanis.

Surya
Dec 16, 2014 12:19pm

I have months old son and it really scares me to think about the kids. Shameless act on innocent kids. Hope they all come out safe out of this senseless act...

Ali
Dec 16, 2014 12:20pm

Coward Talibans attacking innocent unarmed children !!!!! Shame on those doing this and accepting responsibility !!!!!

nirajchawhan
Dec 16, 2014 12:22pm

show courage and be brave ..Pakistan..!!!

Nasir
Dec 16, 2014 12:24pm

@saad

Same as they were doing at DI Khan jail break.

Khurram
Dec 16, 2014 12:25pm

Very tragic news. Wishing safety for the school kids. Kill these terrorists Pak Army

jahangir Khan
Dec 16, 2014 12:25pm

I wish KPK govt. had strong stance against terrorism and had not offered for office in Peshawar. Anyhow lets see whether IK will have any concern over school incident in KPK. Worst security condition in KPK and IK is talking about naya Pakistan.

Asif Mahmood
Dec 16, 2014 12:26pm

May Allah Almighty protect our children and nation, what else can we expect of these Barbarians.

ashwin misra
Dec 16, 2014 12:26pm

very sad news.so sorry to hear.Pray that children be safe.Intellects of Pakistan rise up and fight extremism.

AMRUT
Dec 16, 2014 12:27pm

Let all right minded people wake up to this barbaric activity. The terrorists have no qualm in killing even students. Are they human beings or some Crush all kinds of talibans, JuDs, ISIS and the likes. They are the worst enemies of mankind. No mercy shall be shown to them. Will the Government of Pakistan wake up? Take help of other countries also in decimating these terrorists.

jahangir Khan
Dec 16, 2014 12:28pm

Shame on KPK management.

saad
Dec 16, 2014 12:29pm

@Abdullah Borner is more the 500 KM vast, its practically not possible to close it completely,

Neeraj
Dec 16, 2014 12:29pm

leave children alone, they only need education nothing else.

Parvez
Dec 16, 2014 12:30pm

........and still we do nothing about extremist organizations like the Lal Masjid and other militant madrasas. Was long as we don't get to root of the problem........things like this will keep happening.

Naved
Dec 16, 2014 12:31pm

Anybody supports these animals is animal himself. Attacking children is not acceptable even in open war.

rukhsar
Dec 16, 2014 12:34pm

@Taimur Ameen!

roarwali
Dec 16, 2014 12:34pm

@jahangir Khan so u are again there to blame kpk govt for that. Don't do politics on such issues.

Dr. Abdul Manan
Dec 16, 2014 12:34pm

Correct solution is to call for Jihad against Terrorists.

aleem
Dec 16, 2014 12:34pm

These shameless, idiotic, cowards ! They attack and kill children for their twisted reasons ! Monsters every single one of them. ! They deserve no mercy, and they are incurable.

Those who think talking to these monsters will solve any problems, should have their own kids put in hands of these butchers and then given the opportunity to "talk",

The real cure of this disease will be to ban all hate monger madrassas. Arrest any molvi who preeches hate before he creates twisted monsters. Instead, we still have right in the middle of the capital, this lal masjid, with its sadist leader, creating extremists... and no one dares lift a finger ! What hypocrisy and total nonsense !

The army operation against the terrorists will all go to waste, if the hate mongers are not dealt with equal strength and resolve.

inqelabzindabad
Dec 16, 2014 12:35pm

Really shocking. Prayers from India.

shivesh
Dec 16, 2014 12:37pm

Terryfying. May god help protect all the children.

Nasir
Dec 16, 2014 12:38pm

@jahangir Kh

KPK govt is dancing, burning old Pakistan for new one.

Shame on KPK govt.

rehan
Dec 16, 2014 12:39pm

May ALLAH help us all , Amen

Shamsher Singh Bajwa
Dec 16, 2014 12:39pm

I pray for the safety of these children, and their safe return home!

pratik bhaumik
Dec 16, 2014 12:40pm

Shame on the bureaucrats who still differentiate between good and bad militants. Its high time to eliminate all of them for the welfare of your own country and its people. Take help from us to rout them, after all we are brothers.

hasan
Dec 16, 2014 12:41pm

Cowards attacking innocent children because they can never face the army only just pathetic attacks on innocent helpless people, may Allah kill them before they plan such evil attacks

Ash
Dec 16, 2014 12:41pm

That's so sad, Please save these innocent kids.

only evil can attack educational places. These terrorist must be punished and eliminated.

All Indians show solidarity with you against these terror attacks and share sorrow.

Naveed Alam Khattak
Dec 16, 2014 12:43pm

Cowards Shooting children..Come and fight on the battle field.

ROZA
Dec 16, 2014 12:46pm

RIP

Suren Singh Sahni
Dec 16, 2014 12:46pm

So sad poor souls may the parents have the courage to face the loss and tragedy.

Sam
Dec 16, 2014 12:48pm

Is Sartaj Aziz still talking about good and bad taliban?? These characters are not even human leave alone being good or bad.Attacking army camps is one thing, attacking school children is another.

Khalid Khan
Dec 16, 2014 12:48pm

TTP spokesman Muhammad Khorasani tells AFP there are six attackers.

“They include target killers and suicide attackers. They have been ordered to shoot the older students but not the children,” he said.

I cried.

Hashmi
Dec 16, 2014 12:48pm

Very sad indeed. Cowardly attack on innocent children is a clear testament that Pak Army is giving a very tough time to terrorists. Proud of you Pak Army!

May Allah protect the innocent children

AMRUT
Dec 16, 2014 12:49pm

Our sympathies are with all affected people. See the irony..."They include target killers and suicide attackers. They have been ordered to shoot the older students but not the children,” Deceased are in the age group of 9 -14". What kind of devils these terrorists are?

zohaib
Dec 16, 2014 12:53pm

@jahangir Khan This is not the time for politics. Atleast leave politics aside at such a tragic moment and let's pray for the safety of all hostages specially children. May Allah end this situtaion without further harm to anyone. Ameen

lala
Dec 16, 2014 12:55pm

The school is totally administered by the army. Its an army school where children of mostly army officers study. TTP has planned it. We are ready for face it until the very last militant is alive on Pakistan's soil. cowards attacking children. prayers for the families.

Afghan Boy
Dec 16, 2014 12:55pm

@Abdullah TTP is inside Pakistan, it has nothing to do with Afghan border. Wake up !

Just for your info, TTP is coming to Afghanistan from Pakistan.

ailly
Dec 16, 2014 12:56pm

need to talk with them rather than keep on sacrificing our loved ones. govt must act now or its never for us and the other remaining inhabitants of Pakistan.

on political front its a nasty game plan whoever hatched it. .... ninjas are there.

Malik Achakzai
Dec 16, 2014 12:57pm

So sad news; RIP for all those who lost their lives. Flower like children being killed in Peshawar.

Viking Star
Dec 16, 2014 12:59pm

How can these animals kill children and innocent people? Forget being called muslims, they are not even humans. Pakistan is paying a big price for US invasion in Afghanistan. If these animals think they are fighting a war, they should be MAN enough and fight our army. Our brave army is already teaching them a good lesson through Zarb e Azb.

Nivedita Mishra
Dec 16, 2014 01:04pm

Absolutely devastating news! What cowards, man. Targetting kids.

Rambo
Dec 16, 2014 01:05pm

@jahangir Khan The terrorist attacks have reduced compared to previous years. 350 IED bombs planted were defused this year. That is a big achievement. Know the facts before you start criticising. However, KPK Police needs more improvement and more intelligence.

Asim
Dec 16, 2014 01:05pm

Being a father of two, I can feel the pain and agony this attack may have caused to the parents. It is simply not acceptable I dont know what our army and police are doing that the terrorist attack at will in Pakistan.

The children going through this trauma may not be able to take out this out of their mind through out their lives. This will cause a big stigma in their lives.

I would request Army Chief, Prime Minister and Chief Minister KPK to take full responsibility of this lapse and resign immediately from their posts. This is shameful. May Allah protect all our children.

omer khan shaheen
Dec 16, 2014 01:07pm

Certainly this is an action by terrorists (local and international), who have no religion and cannot be passed for being a human race. May Allah bless the souls of the innocent and bring comfort to the families of the victims. Insha'Allah! Pakistan will keep on getting united, stronger and better.

ANKUSH
Dec 16, 2014 01:07pm

OMG, ... Kahte hain bachhe Allah/Bhagwan ka roop hote hain.... how can these terrorist killed these innocent children.

yakoob mirza
Dec 16, 2014 01:09pm

Taliban, please allow the small children to leave, please

Chand S
Dec 16, 2014 01:10pm

@IR we cannot sit on our hands forever and expect Allah to fix everything. We have to do everything possible which is morally correct and then expect Allah to be on our side.

Chand S
Dec 16, 2014 01:12pm

@Ali They are animals and should be put down. In future we should call spade a spade and stop patronizing some of these groups as good thinking they are on our side

Sajjad Khan
Dec 16, 2014 01:13pm

The operation in North Waziristan should be intensified and this "Taliban" menace eradicated once and for all. It seems it does hurts them more than they have admitted.

FAN
Dec 16, 2014 01:13pm

I live in shenzhen, China, Very sad for Pakistan.

Ali Akthar (Multan)
Dec 16, 2014 01:14pm

Ya Allah Madad - Pakistan is going through a stage which will be over in some years - All 180+ Million prayers count. Each and every Pakistani prayer.

Deepanjan
Dec 16, 2014 01:14pm

Really sad news! All this meaningless violence should be stopped. Any kind of hate-mongering should be termed as criminal offence. Let there be peace on earth.

roaid
Dec 16, 2014 01:15pm

ALLAH SUBHANAHOO protect every one from these zalims. v have to remove the root cause of all of this. Sealed border with afghanistan & proper education & trainning of all madrassah teachers & students so their is no distinction between school & madrassah students all feel part of one system. The question is who will do it. Our leaders dont even understand the problem properly so how can they solve it.

Basheer
Dec 16, 2014 01:16pm

We have groomed a culture of hate for decades.we must now pay the price,there is no other outcome to the path that choose for ourselves.

Lucky 7
Dec 16, 2014 01:17pm

SAD..

Arpan Dutta
Dec 16, 2014 01:18pm

We are watching it live here in India on your TV news channels, our heart goes out to you.

reshma
Dec 16, 2014 01:19pm

Who can be behind this?

GolGappewala
Dec 16, 2014 01:19pm

Women and children should not be targeted. Taliban, if you want to fight, do so against the military, police, bureaucrats, and politicians. Spare the women and children. Please. I beg you.

reshma
Dec 16, 2014 01:19pm

who can be behind this?

Jacob
Dec 16, 2014 01:22pm

As a father myself, I pray for all the kids. This is inhuman. No parent deserves this pain. And for kids, its the unknown, do not know the brutal minds at play. As humans we are all in it together, pray for those scared little ones.

qwerty
Dec 16, 2014 01:22pm

This is very sad. Our prayers are with the students and families of Pakistan who have to go through this. Love from India.

Ashutosh Sharma
Dec 16, 2014 01:23pm

My hearts go out to kids and their families. I hope they get strength for dealing with this senseless tragedy.

Jason
Dec 16, 2014 01:24pm

These terrorists are animals. What've these little children do to them? Prayers for the innocent kids from India. Stay strong Pakistan!

jahangir Khan
Dec 16, 2014 01:26pm

Blocked Nato supply to stop Drone attacks over Terrorists. For this IK? Now how can you show yourself to the world? Terrorist ran from D.I khan jail and no inquiry over it and no followup to catch them. For this IK?

ERo
Dec 16, 2014 01:27pm

Barbaric!

Prayers from the rest of the world.

irfan
Dec 16, 2014 01:27pm

If these Terrorist think that they will scared us with their coward actions . They are wrong . We are all Pakistan . We are much More United than Ever . Sacrifice of our children and Army Brothers will not go in vain . We will defeat these cancer and we will wipe them out from every single corner of the Pakistan

Thiru
Dec 16, 2014 01:28pm

@Viking Star This type of atrocity will continue as long as Pakistanis, all or a vast majority of them, fail to make honest analysis, the first of which should be to stop blaming external factors. Pakistani army may be brave but they have and continue to support these "strategic assets" with US conniving to sell their arms and keep their influence in the region.

Kumar
Dec 16, 2014 01:28pm

I am thinking about Mumbai massacre.

Purush
Dec 16, 2014 01:28pm

So sad. May their soul R.I.P and condolences to the bereaved families.

aaa
Dec 16, 2014 01:29pm

terrorism have no religion...just wipe out this curse from the earth

Zeeshan
Dec 16, 2014 01:31pm

Only the one who is mother or father can understand the grief of this news. Just unexplainable!

Krishan Gopal
Dec 16, 2014 01:33pm

It is high time Pakistan teach them a lesson they will never forget...killing children can never be accepted...may god give peace to the departed souls...

Kalyan
Dec 16, 2014 01:33pm

@Ali Our prayers are with you and the families. May God give you strength.

MK
Dec 16, 2014 01:33pm

My heart goes out to the children, teachers and parents. RIP. No reason - of whatsoever kind, can justify such action. Increasing trend of similar incidents only point to challenges we and our children are going to face in future.

BigBoy
Dec 16, 2014 01:34pm

Targeting Kids??? Insane.... Don't know how the parents and relatives of dead kids and people be consoled for their irreparable loss. This kind of incidences should never happen anywhere and to anybody... friend of foe..

May the dead rest in peace and god give enough strength to the parents to bear this pain...

Manoj
Dec 16, 2014 01:34pm

Sad news......Bhagwan sabki Raksha kare......

Anthony
Dec 16, 2014 01:34pm

Very sad news indeed. Innocent lives r sacrified.

Also want to know if there still a separate category for good and bad terrorists.Saeed who is roaming freely is still a good terroristt?

Press1forGame
Dec 16, 2014 01:37pm

Very very disturbing....my heart goes for the parents & kids...my heart bleeds to think about the trauma faced by the students. What all these for?....

jabbar
Dec 16, 2014 01:38pm

Our condolence to Pakistani people.

ali
Dec 16, 2014 01:38pm

shame on gov. and our security agencies that they can't even take care of kids. no words

Usman
Dec 16, 2014 01:39pm

Its our country who is burning, it's our people who are suffering, It's our Army who is fighting to save us and it's our people who are killing us. What should we do? Where we went wrong? We need to build up as a nation. My heart is so sad for those little kids who are becoming the victim of this terrorism.

Nasir
Dec 16, 2014 01:40pm

@F khan

Because they elected incompetent party to run their province.

Animesh Kumar SIngh
Dec 16, 2014 01:40pm

cant stop my tears after seeing whats going on. what mistake these children have made. Why them? God please give strength to parents. All Human being need to come together be Indian, pakistani or any one else and wipe out these terrorist. The whole of India is with you in the time of crisis.

Kashif
Dec 16, 2014 01:40pm

May Allah protect our children. People please wake up now... this democracy and politics is killing our loved ones and Pakistan's future... May Allah have mercy and blessing on all of us and guide us to the right path...

kHAN
Dec 16, 2014 01:42pm

May Allah Protect all of our Children inside. A Very barbaric act. I wish i was there to save my school and my beloved teachers.

C Kurian
Dec 16, 2014 01:44pm

I pray for the children and their parents.

Rupa
Dec 16, 2014 01:45pm

It's really sad. Killing innocent kids in God's name. These people are hijacking Islam .what twisted mind will do that. Are they human

aftab
Dec 16, 2014 01:46pm

They are worst than animals.It is responsibility of whole nation to stand behind our forces who are fighting these barbarians.People must keep check all around their houses,villages and help identifying extremist elements and report against them

Raj
Dec 16, 2014 01:47pm

As a human , I feel tormented seeing this .

picklu acharya
Dec 16, 2014 01:47pm

may bhagwan protect all the students,but the question is when pakistan will focus against this terrorist instead of india?

Abdul
Dec 16, 2014 01:47pm

We all are united in these difficult times. We have to crush all these terrorists completely.

Indian
Dec 16, 2014 01:48pm

Extremely sad and disturbing... This reminds me about 26/11... What they want to achieve by killing innocent children?

KH
Dec 16, 2014 01:48pm

@jahangir Khan this is not related to party, terrorists may attack anywhere. May Allah helps CHILDERN upon their innocence. Ameen.

M.M.Sherazi
Dec 16, 2014 01:49pm

Such heinous, gruesome and fatal incidents cannot be tolerated and that too targeting the innocent students, we stand united and firm in plucking out the roots of terrorism. We condemn and deplore this coward and timid act of terrorism.

Harshavardhan
Dec 16, 2014 01:50pm

Religion knows no terror. Yesterday, it was Sydney attack. Today, children have been attacked in Pakistan. Any country supporting/or giving leniency to terrorists must be condemned. No country can support it without the snake of terrorism biting it back. My heartfelt sympathies lie with the people of Pakistan and especially to the parents who have lost their children. Also, my commendations to the Pakistani army in really tackling these terrorists head on! Hats off to the brave soldiers of the world who stand for harmony, peace and ultimate saviours of life on earth.

Vishnu Shankar
Dec 16, 2014 01:50pm

Unbelievable, hope this tragic incident comes to a swift end and no more victims will be there. Stay safe you all, love and peace from India.

Sreenath
Dec 16, 2014 01:53pm

My God! I wish we never come hear such news again. Taking hostage of innocents and terrorizing the world through such heinous acts can not make any organization popular, wish the good sense will prevail.

edwardian
Dec 16, 2014 01:54pm

@jahangir Khan

you and your twisted mind bringing politics even at this situation. Shame on your thoughts. However, it is cantonment area run and maintained by the Army.

Indian
Dec 16, 2014 01:54pm

Being a parent my self, my heart goes out on getting to know what is happening out there. How can one think of killing such small innocent souls.

P M Joshi
Dec 16, 2014 01:54pm

very sad

Faraz
Dec 16, 2014 01:55pm

Eliminate the terrorists completely.

Vaibhav Bhatt
Dec 16, 2014 01:55pm

I request my fellow Indians to stop condemning pakistan at least now.. it's innocent children who are getting killed ... I pray for these children ... May god give their soul peace and wish for early recovery of injured... and hope that those who are held hostage will be free soon ... We are you Pakistan in this tough time.. whether you need us or not ... Everything will be fine soon

AshwinMS
Dec 16, 2014 01:55pm

Do any of you still want to talk it out with them?They are not someone you can reason with.There's no crime in destroying them.

Prashant Shirsat
Dec 16, 2014 01:55pm

Very sad news. May pakistan government should take something from this.

K Ramani
Dec 16, 2014 01:57pm

kindly pass my and my wife's heartfelt condolences to "the parents . It is very hard on them. The children have nothing to do with armed conflicts..untimely death, is devastating.. We know this . Our heart goes out to servicemen who lost their children... Very very sorry.. Please GOD GIVE THEM STRENTH TO BEAR THIS TRAGIC LOSS.

Charanjit
Dec 16, 2014 01:58pm

Not good...childern r innocents....but what i am thinking is.. who did this good taliban or bad taliban?

joshua
Dec 16, 2014 01:58pm

Very sad,why innocent children,my prayers for the children and their family and rip for the kids.

vcbhutani
Dec 16, 2014 01:59pm

No explanation by TTP will wash. Acts of this kind are sheer criminality. Pakistan Government and Army should treat TTP and other terrorists as unmitigated evil and take steps to eliminate them physically. Pakistan's GHQ should make plans to destroy all terrorists of all shades and descriptions and begin the job forthwith. The operation should go on until all terrorists are wiped out. On this, Government, Army, and the people shall be of one mind. Let's hope and pray that no further casualties among young students shall occur. vcbhutani, Delhi, 16 Dec 2014, 1429 IST

M Junaid Khan
Dec 16, 2014 02:00pm

The terrorists have no religion. They only understand the language of fire and that is what should be given to them. It is also time for our people to understand the situation and ensure that anyone who ever try to defend them is taken to task and the society as a whole is aware of their ultimate designs and goals. Terrorism has no place in Pakistan or Islam

Shahid Niaz
Dec 16, 2014 02:00pm

@ailly Talk with them. Good suggestion from your side, only because some one related to you has not yet been affected by them.

sby
Dec 16, 2014 02:03pm

God! Please take care of the children.

Tintin
Dec 16, 2014 02:03pm

@XXXX. This neither time or place for such comments. Your comment comes across as inhumane & insensitive. These are kids and innocent lives here in danger. Its time for compassion, leave hatered out for jihadis and for people who chose good/ bad jihadis.

Sharjeel Abid
Dec 16, 2014 02:05pm

TALIBAN!! You cowards! When couldnt handle the Jawan's of our GREAT ARMY you decided to focus on the innocent children??? You represent no Islam, You are no Muslims, not even human beings... We will deal with you Here and ALLAH will deal with you in the Hereafter...!!!!

Dilectus
Dec 16, 2014 02:05pm

What a barbaric condemnable act! And some trolls are putting blame on KP police just for political point scoring. While it has happened in cantt area under army police. KP is bearing the brunt of insurgency in FATA. May Allah return the peace of the region back.

Dev
Dec 16, 2014 02:06pm

To all Pakistani brothers and sisters we are with you on this sad day and our prayers are with the children that they come out of this safely. -peace

Anup
Dec 16, 2014 02:06pm

RIP to those who lost their lives, I hope it ends soon and life starts. Horrible to see such incidence happening and I am sure the Pakistani agencies will deal with those terrorists firmly.

Chandra Prakash
Dec 16, 2014 02:07pm

Children??? Oh my god. Thats Barbaric. Very Tragic

MAHESWAR DEKA
Dec 16, 2014 02:07pm

Taliban fighters are now no longer human beings-they have proved to be devils.Taliban fighters are devils because they are not hesitant to kill young school children.Pakistan government must find out the Taliban fighters and whip them out in order that no one dares to become a Taliban fighter.

Ample reverence for Saudis
Dec 16, 2014 02:08pm

You can never eradicate these militants by force but through dialogue only what I have said several times. Now who is responsible of these causalities in true meanings?

SZ
Dec 16, 2014 02:09pm

Really shocking. Prayers from Dubai .... May Allah protect our children ....

TriStar
Dec 16, 2014 02:09pm

God, please help these innocent children................!

Nasir
Dec 16, 2014 02:10pm

Pak Army, kill them all please.

KH
Dec 16, 2014 02:11pm

@Nasir This is terrorism not related to politics. I do not to explain. Think if like parents if you are.

vaibhav(India)
Dec 16, 2014 02:12pm

Targeting innocent children is just not right. May God bless and save these kids. And may God give some sense to these killers.

Asif Kashmiri
Dec 16, 2014 02:13pm

Oh God have mercy on us. May their souls rest in piece.

HS
Dec 16, 2014 02:14pm

Such injustice done : ( Hope the Federal government extends full support. Hope the provincial government takes lead in the rescue without any blame game. Time to unite boys.

Ravi
Dec 16, 2014 02:16pm

Feel gutted. Poor children who had great future ahead of them. The barbarians should be punished. May their souls rest in peace.

JZ
Dec 16, 2014 02:17pm

We all should blame ourselves as the politics is not our concern and because of this the corrupt rulers rules us and ruin complete system of our daily life.

This accident is caused because of weak police system and patrolling system of our country.

asgher
Dec 16, 2014 02:19pm

YA ALLAH REHAM FARMA!!!

Jay
Dec 16, 2014 02:20pm

My heart goes with the parents of dead students and innocent students who were killed for no reason. Really terrible.....pakistan army...come on... stand upto the task and wipe out this enemies of humanity.

Ajamal
Dec 16, 2014 02:20pm

@XXXX. Operation against terrorists must continue. We will not bow down to such cowardly acts.

jj
Dec 16, 2014 02:21pm

The only solution to this problem and all other prevailing issues is to give Pakistan on lease to the west or the United states of America for 99 years and see the development in Pakistan. In any case we are presently at their beck and call wagging our tails for them.

Sachha sardar
Dec 16, 2014 02:22pm

We in india strongly condemn the cowardly attack by taliban. If they are so called brave, face the man with gun. Using innocent children, unarmed, is something that defies all logic. Our condolences and all emotional support to the families. Very saddened.

Venu
Dec 16, 2014 02:23pm

Which ideology/religion approves the killing of 10 year olds? How can anyone justify this action? Why don't the religious heads come out in the open and declare a holy war on such nonsensical interpretations of the religion.

Kids! Damn it... They are kids. They are not Muslims or Non Muslims. They are not X or Y. They are kids.

My deepest sympathies to all the affected parties and to the entire world in general for letting these idiots go uncontrolled.

pankaj
Dec 16, 2014 02:23pm

My heart goes out for these innocent kids. May god protect them from evil taliban.

Anand
Dec 16, 2014 02:24pm

This is really painful news. Kind of news that not only bring tears to your eyes but chills in your body too. As an Indian, my heart goes out for the families who have lost their innocent kids. This is shameful, not only for them but for the humanity.

Naxalite
Dec 16, 2014 02:24pm

Time has come to expose the hidden hands behind it.

Rajiv B.
Dec 16, 2014 02:24pm

To all my Pakistani Brothers and Sisters. Our hearts to out to you and your children. May God protect you all and make you strong in your hour of grief.

Ajamal
Dec 16, 2014 02:24pm

@dilip. Read the history. Millions have been murdered in the name of religion across the globe.

rao
Dec 16, 2014 02:25pm

Sick twisted terrorists ,, killing innocent children.

abc
Dec 16, 2014 02:25pm

How would you justify this barbaric accident, Mulla Fazlullah, by killing more than 100 angels.

Ammar Qureshi
Dec 16, 2014 02:26pm

A result of internal conflicts and weaknesses. May Allah Save our children.

Politicians please do what is needed to be done rather fighting for the power and hegemony for satisfying your own interests.

do what ever u want to but please don't play with the lives of innocent children.

Muhammad Kamran Ejaz
Dec 16, 2014 02:27pm

V. Sad....

kumar
Dec 16, 2014 02:28pm

This is sa,have to eliminate those who planned as well as who is executed,our deep sympathy to all those who have lossed thier kids

Ajamal
Dec 16, 2014 02:28pm

"PM Sharif leaving for Peshawar to supervise the operation" - He should not get involved in the operational matters and his security will also disrupt operations against the terrorists. Let the Army do their job.

Maverick
Dec 16, 2014 02:29pm

We must eradicate the seeds of this extremists from our country. Even those in our society the Molvies who side them must be dealt with Iron hands now. Its now or never. Do or die. remove these foreign funded terrorists from our society.

AK
Dec 16, 2014 02:29pm

I'm deeply saddened by the news. My prayers and thoughts are with the victim's family. Those cowardly acts cannot be justified in any sense.... May all departed souls rest in eternal peace! Amen

Anagha
Dec 16, 2014 02:31pm

No words!... heart weeps for children... I pray Lord Krishna for well-being of children. Can't imagine situation of parents. Appreciate Pak Army.
Prayers from India.

ASIF FAROOQI
Dec 16, 2014 02:31pm

The entire nation should resolve to strike back even harder on these elements and if anyone had any doubt about these miscreants then they should face this reality with open eyes. May Allah give the bereaved families patience to bear the loss

Arpan Dutta
Dec 16, 2014 02:31pm

Guys in Peshawar, if you are reading this, please donate blood. Your Arya news via NDTV just reported high demand for blood in hospitals in Peshawar. We are all very saddened by the event unfolding there and by the loss of young lives.

Khalid
Dec 16, 2014 02:31pm

Pakistan should close all religious schools immediately.

beetha
Dec 16, 2014 02:32pm

india joins u in this painful time.

Nisar
Dec 16, 2014 02:32pm

This is now getting out of hand, why would the so called Taliban attack a school, this has definitely been ordered by a foreign country. Its time Pakistan strike back and eliminate these terrorists wherever they are, either in the Tribal Areas or our neighboring countries. Enough is enough.

Salih
Dec 16, 2014 02:33pm

It's a very sad day and again 16th Dec. May Allah bless the departed soul. More then a 100 future nation's builder died.

I appeal to all those who comments, please do not politicise the issue. It's a reaction of the NWS operation. If you think KPK Govt. failed, I don't agree, as this incident cannot happened in other cities, as Peshawar nearest and natural target for TTP. Its good PM is visiting, I wish IK also visit shortly.

Owais
Dec 16, 2014 02:33pm

I denounce this brutality, cruelty and viciousness. Please wake up and be aware of the enemy of mankind. Some so called scholars have soft corner for terrorist we should recognize them also and we should stay away from them, and the majority of the scholars and people of Pakistan abhorrence them.

Raj
Dec 16, 2014 02:35pm

Terrible news! These kids are scarred for life. Hope Pakistan comes out of this tragedy with more resolve to fight terrorism. My condolences :'(

Mohammad Saleem
Dec 16, 2014 02:35pm

The TTP cowardly attack against innocent students, is a barbaric act of terrorism; and, the people of Afghanistan, condemn it in the strongest possible terms.

Ayer
Dec 16, 2014 02:36pm

No power in the universe can condone the killing of innocent children. I cannot the imagine the condition of Parents who have lost their offspring.May God give them strength and courage.

Syed Ijlal Hussain
Dec 16, 2014 02:36pm

How did 84 kids die? It is a complete failure of the government and the army!!! They mishandled the situation; God, there were kids involved!!! This country has gone to the dogs!!!!

huzaifah
Dec 16, 2014 02:36pm

I can not express my feeling..... great great loss....

Zubair Nawaz
Dec 16, 2014 02:37pm

Enough is enough ! There is no TTP or Militants. They are traitors and terrorists. Pure and simple. Let us all Pakistanis come together and wipe out this scourge once for all. Pakistan Zindabad!

rabz
Dec 16, 2014 02:37pm

Really sad.. ALLAH GEE rahm!

rehan
Dec 16, 2014 02:38pm

@Vishnu Shankar The warm sentiments are much appreciated . Thanks a lot !

Ammy
Dec 16, 2014 02:38pm

These Are modern day demons ! Request all of you to Pray to God to requesting him/her to take back such elements immediately from the earth. Which ever faith you believe in, please spare 2 minutes for the children and pray to your almighty to recall such defective pieces of his miscreation who have no ideology, who don't believe in any faith.

Such crime has no explanation , no logic , no principles. These criminals are are burden on Earth.

AMRUT
Dec 16, 2014 02:38pm

@aleem I agree. Arrest these Mullas and Moulvis for hate speeches. They are the worst enemies of the society. Instead of teaching Love and Peace, they preach hatred.

Nadeem
Dec 16, 2014 02:39pm

No words no comments for such violence, only we can cry, and wait for some supers power to stop these attacks.

KHAN
Dec 16, 2014 02:39pm

COAS must send the commandos to control the situation in Peshawar. And all the politician must solve their problems, KP is not only belongs to Ik but this a part of our Pakistan everybody who lives there is pakistani. Leave the Derna and do some progressive work, there are more better things to do except Derna. save the lives of the innocents children and reply the Taliban in their own language. Our army can do and capable of doing. Long live Pakistan !!!!!

PCG
Dec 16, 2014 02:39pm

So sad. I'm fail to understand, what kind of demon these cowards are , who are not even sparing children ?

One
Dec 16, 2014 02:40pm

the final blow of terrorism on a country already crippled by poverty. may God grant them highest place in heaven and their families the courage to bear their loss.

khanman
Dec 16, 2014 02:40pm

@saad you should have asked what politicians are doing

saddened
Dec 16, 2014 02:41pm

@XXXX You could not be any more further away from the truth. What we sow we reap???!! and this comment has been recommended the most?! It's a heartbreaking and tragic to see innocent young children being brutally murdered. these talibans, extremists, isis and all are not Muslims, they aren't even humans! They need to be exterminated and wiped off the face of this earth!

raj
Dec 16, 2014 02:42pm

What is the reason behind this????

"We targeted the school because the army targets our families. We want them to feel our pain," Reuters news agency quotes the Taliban as saying.

SSS
Dec 16, 2014 02:44pm

Very very sad incident, our hearts goes out to all those innocent who died. We Indians stand with you all during this crisis.

rahul
Dec 16, 2014 02:44pm

@Nisar if you read carefully you'll find out that the taliban is attacking the army school as a retaliation against being attacked by the army in North Waziristan. It has nothing to do with foreign countries being involved. Don't be too quick to judge before you know all the facts.

jasim khan
Dec 16, 2014 02:44pm

if the leaders had a drop of dignity (not that they had any in the first place) or fear of Allah then the Taliban and their supporters would have long been killed.

Fahim
Dec 16, 2014 02:45pm

very sad news :( May Allah help us Ameen

Sandeep-Delhi
Dec 16, 2014 02:45pm

@Vaibhav Bhatt I completely agree with you Vaibhav. I was in tears on reading this news. I felt as if my children are held at gunpoint. I do not have any words for those innocent souls who died - what was their fault? They were just trying to educate themselves for their better future. RIP my dear children - please ask god what wrong you had done to have that tragic end. People of India should share the griefs of the families rather than giving moral lectures. I, on behalf of my entire family and friends - not just in India but across the globe - extend my deep condolences to the families of the children who have lost their life. May Allah/Bhagwan/Jesus bring peace to the region. Ameen.

KHAN
Dec 16, 2014 02:46pm

@raj they are not stronger than Pak Army, unless they are taking some dictation and directions from the foreign /Anti Pakistan forces

MUSAVIR
Dec 16, 2014 02:47pm

They call it jihad but neither it is Islam nor Jihad They have attacked humanity and Islam as wlll

AMRUT
Dec 16, 2014 02:47pm

@Ali Akthar (Multan) The whole world is with you Pakistan.

Ujjal Sharmah
Dec 16, 2014 02:47pm

Could not see the images, 100+ children dead! Sad this is a killing of Humanity... This is inhuman. May these children's soul rest in peace.

A Senior Citizen
Dec 16, 2014 02:47pm

As a senior citizen i request all the leader of National Level to shun their difference and become one voice to handle this brutal massacre of innocent kids, May Allah give the courage to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss.

Core C
Dec 16, 2014 02:47pm

Terrorism has no face no religion, Targeting innocent children, GOD shall Never forgive them.

Qamar Tarar
Dec 16, 2014 02:47pm

Very very sad. May Allah protect our childern and country

Gops
Dec 16, 2014 02:47pm

Our brothers in Pakistan are dying! I am in tears, deeply saddened and angered. May these cowards be wiped off the face of the earth very soon.

shetty
Dec 16, 2014 02:48pm

killing innocent children, worst incident in Earth. Terrorist crossed their limits. All citizens should unit together and fight against terrorist, not against western or USA.
What Pak military is doing?? just blaming PM it's not going to help.

Salman Tarik Kureshi
Dec 16, 2014 02:49pm

@zohaib This is very MUCH the time for politics. Meaningful politics. About real issues. Not weak-kneed "negotiations" or container-top rantings. For God's sake, this is a War! It is the highest of Treason to encourage the Enemy in any manner.

Raf
Dec 16, 2014 02:49pm

@xxxx- The families have sowed children, what parent deserves to reap this. Your comment is pathetic. I stand by the families who have lost a loved one today. I call these orchestrators cowards, too afraid to attack men you turn to innocent children.

Machimanda Appaiah Deviah
Dec 16, 2014 02:49pm

Children belong to the world. Today, every right-thinking human being is filled with grief. Today, I too am a Pakistani.

walid
Dec 16, 2014 02:49pm

Its funny how everybody is against these taliban for attacking only one school but not against the goverment for attacking the whole north waziristan

alain del
Dec 16, 2014 02:49pm

How long will you people tolerate this? God be with you and hope your children were not amongst these...heart goes out

An Indian
Dec 16, 2014 02:49pm

I feel so sorry for children and their parents. May Allah give strength to family members to bear the loss. Also the politicians and Army of Pakistan must try to set its house to order. rather than focus on countries such as India, they need to set Pakistan to order and don't support terror organization. It is very Pak country and they should try to keep it Pak.

Sanjeev
Dec 16, 2014 02:50pm

Really Sad! Breaks my heart, how could they target Kids, Prayers from India. Stay Strong.

stan
Dec 16, 2014 02:50pm

@Taimur - there is no use blaming selfish interests...it is high time the Pakistan populace realise what has been sown and to correct it for everybody's good...they asked for democracy, they got it...now it is time to uphold it for your coming generations...

UsmanMM
Dec 16, 2014 02:51pm

We will never learn. My heart cries and fears that this attack is a statement by the terrorists and a huge one. 'We can breach your strongholds, your most protected of the institutions; everything else is wide open for us'. May Allah protect us all. Give this news coverage a week since the count is high otherwise our memories would have it faded away in two to three days and the whole 'nation' would have switch to the next 'sensation'. Watch the news in the evening and we will have a familiar sight of a N-league rep condemning and criticizing KP and Imran Khan for the dharnas and that would fuel the fading away even further. I wish we were not indifferent, I wish we had retained our morals and values, I wish we had learnt, I wish we learn.

S Mir
Dec 16, 2014 02:51pm

TTP spokesman Muhammad Khorasani tells AFP there are six attackers.

“They include target killers and suicide attackers. They have been ordered to shoot the older students but not the children,” he said.

They are all children god dammit what are you trying to prove.

arindam
Dec 16, 2014 02:51pm

Though I am an Indian I am crying.

Asha
Dec 16, 2014 02:52pm

ya Allah! how can they kill innocent kids,my heart is crying out..Allah tabah karey talibano ko ameen

Spart
Dec 16, 2014 02:52pm

Donate blood......... Whoever can go to peshawar.......please donate blood.

Amit
Dec 16, 2014 02:52pm

God be with those children. Pakistan should respond strongly to those responsible.

raj
Dec 16, 2014 02:52pm

no value for human beings in pakistan so sad to hear kids killed

Yousuf47 London
Dec 16, 2014 02:52pm

It is shocking loss of so many young lives as it has proven that Government has failed and should tender its resignations. Furthermore when a government is elected through disenfranchisement of voters, it brings an inapt and a corrupt government into power with little or no money available to improve the police service or other agencies to protect the lives and properties of its people. Pakistan is at cross roads and people may want to decide if it is willing to give an elected government a chance notwithstanding how it got elected or appoint a Government of technocrats until reforms including civil military partnership are incorporated into the Pakistani Constitution. Our hearts go out for the departed soul and all those injured.

rajesh
Dec 16, 2014 02:52pm

how could they do this ? how could they kill innocent children ? i am praying god to save these children and wish strength to their parents. i request pakistan government to take support of Indian Army to fight against taliban.

johnny
Dec 16, 2014 02:53pm

No words to express the tragedy.Silence,,

Tariq
Dec 16, 2014 02:53pm

@XXXX you are a sad person.

Sanjay
Dec 16, 2014 02:53pm

My sorrow and condolences are with the people of Pakistan and the families who have had the light from their little candles extinguished by these inhuman and despicable lot. Calling them animals is an insult to all animals. Have they no conscience?

Agnos
Dec 16, 2014 02:53pm

Very, very sad. Poor children, you didn't deserve this, your parents didn't deserve this. Another black day for humanity.

Kaps
Dec 16, 2014 02:53pm

‘Barbaric’ is such an understatement for what these terrorist are doing. Seeing the pictures in television makes you ask only one question - Why these children...why???

Deepest condolences to the families, hope and pray that bhagwan aapko himmat de.

Reshma
Dec 16, 2014 02:54pm

Very sad news.so sorry to hear.Pray that children be safe

AJ
Dec 16, 2014 02:55pm

May Allah helps us all.Ameen @All We are in a situation so be gentle and this is no time for blaming others. We should reach the root cause of these problems. Either its foriegn/ internal hand or Taliban we need to get rid of root cause otherwise we will be burning ourselves for generations. Let pray peace and prosperity and humanity prevails in this world free from any kind of extremism, radicalism, terrorism and fascism Ameen.

Dev Vrat Bhatt
Dec 16, 2014 02:55pm

what madness...

kumar
Dec 16, 2014 02:55pm

What kind of people they are. People of Pakistan should take lead and wipe out these extremists

Arpan Dutta
Dec 16, 2014 02:55pm

@Irfan UK Unlikely, they were speaking in Arabic! Of course unless you meant it in a sarcastic way. It's one of the saddest events in Pakistan's history. Please, lets not use this event for entertainment by inciting sarcasm or war of words. Thank you.

Nitin Divekar
Dec 16, 2014 02:56pm

Horrific news. How can they fire on school children. These terrorist are monsters and must be killed.

apoorva
Dec 16, 2014 02:56pm

Shocking.....mt heart goes out to the families of the ones who have been injured. I cant understand how someone can be so cruel to commit a sin against Children

Qamar Tarar
Dec 16, 2014 02:57pm

shame on all those who will use this very very sad incident as political benefits

Saadat
Dec 16, 2014 02:57pm

I have never ever cried in life. But today i cant stop my tears pouring out from my eyes..!!

Vinod
Dec 16, 2014 02:58pm

Really sad !!! i have not words !!!!! innocent kids lost life.

Abhigyan
Dec 16, 2014 02:58pm

So now these coward terrorists have touched a new low. Targeting children. Shame on you. If you have guts, go and fight with soldiers but spare the little children.

May God give courage to bereaving parents. India feels your pain.

Farhad
Dec 16, 2014 02:58pm

This is what happens in our countries every day. How long is this killing and atrocity going to take the lives of thousands of innocent and poor people on daily basis. People are fed up of such coward and heinous and inhumane attacks. I extend my heart-felt and deepest condolences to the families who lost their loved ones and supplicate Allah to grant quick and speedy recovery to the injured ones. May Allah make easy on Muslim nations.

Respect and Love from Afghanistan.

Suleman Lalani
Dec 16, 2014 02:59pm

We need to be united at this time. Our armed forces should know that the whole nation is with them to fight these terrorists. For those who have lost their loved ones, we pray that Allah may give them strength to bear their loss.

ahsan
Dec 16, 2014 02:59pm

Please sit together as a country and put a stop to every single thing that ultimately leads to this kind of madness. This can not be tolerated any longer.

Sukhwinder Sansoya
Dec 16, 2014 02:59pm

I m sorry. Coward act.

Pain
Dec 16, 2014 03:00pm

This is what happens in our countries every day. How long is this killing and atrocity going to take the lives of thousands of innocent and poor people on daily basis. People are fed up of such coward and heinous and inhumane attacks. I extend my heart-felt and deepest condolences to the families who lost their loved ones and supplicate Allah to grant quick and speedy recovery to the injured ones. May Allah make easy on Muslim nations.

Respect and Love from Afghanistan.

Arjun
Dec 16, 2014 03:00pm

SAD day for pakistam and world.

Maju
Dec 16, 2014 03:01pm

Really sad to hear this news. RIP. All condolence from INDA

Kaly
Dec 16, 2014 03:01pm

I am from India and feeling really sad about this incident.....I mean how can one do this to little children...

saad
Dec 16, 2014 03:02pm

Should immediately reach Nawaz and COAS. Its big tragedy.

Ram
Dec 16, 2014 03:02pm

Heartfelt condolence from all my brother and sisters from India. May God help Pakistan in the time of crises.

K--B
Dec 16, 2014 03:02pm

I can't belive it what is going on.The attacker are not human infect they not an animals as well they are --- why they are targeting children ohh God please help us Wake up over's responsibile what are you doing i don't even any word to express my feelings God Please Bless them

Sachin
Dec 16, 2014 03:06pm

@Nisar Why always blame foreign country? Start owning up.... Poor little children.... be of any nationality or any religion or race..

Nadiya
Dec 16, 2014 03:06pm

Please keep the political parties out of it, none of them would support a genocide of this kind! have a heart, imagine all of this happening to someone related to you.

kulwant rai sharma
Dec 16, 2014 03:06pm

God give them peace.

Indian
Dec 16, 2014 03:06pm

This Hindi Song - Applys to these innocent Childrens also.

Aye mere vatan ke logon, jara aankh me bhar lo paani Jo shahid huye hain unaki, jara yaad karo kurbaani

Yusufzai
Dec 16, 2014 03:06pm

Humans can't kill humans.sad very very sad for humanity.

Adnan
Dec 16, 2014 03:08pm

Very heartbreaking to see school children targeted. If the TPP think that killing children whose parents come from the military or civilian population is jusitified for any reason then I feel sorry for them - killing innocents will not give you a golden pass to heaven.

Pray for a fast resolution to the siege and we save as many children and teachers as possible.

Himanshu
Dec 16, 2014 03:09pm

The Govt/ Army/ Judiciary shd come together and redefine what is "the concept of Pakistan" and keep the religious fundamentalists out of the process (if required, by FORCE!)

kamran shans
Dec 16, 2014 03:09pm

ANP leaders should be ashamed of themselves such a lost to nation and they are playing politics and regional card again

TrollMeNot
Dec 16, 2014 03:09pm

These people are not human.. Killing innocent children is I think the greatest sin.. May creator protect them..

haider
Dec 16, 2014 03:09pm

Absolutely horrendous. Our justice system has totally collapsed. Our justice system has supported terrorism by releasing terrorists. Until and unless their is no swift justice and terrorists are publicly executed in droves, this will continue to happen.

Pan
Dec 16, 2014 03:10pm

Very Tragic indeed.My condolences to the near and dear ones of the victims.This should not happen to anyone in the world.Again the people suffering are the middle class and poor.

Armaan
Dec 16, 2014 03:11pm

This is Armaan from INDIA. We have fully sympathy with PAK today and feeling same pain here. Eyes wet and heart broken after hearing this. We are getting news that blood is required in hospitals. please who so ever reading this please come forward and help. I wish you all good luck to overcome this..

SNA
Dec 16, 2014 03:11pm

@AshwinMS So sad to see your comments. Using bad language is not wise nor bravery.

ABAP
Dec 16, 2014 03:12pm

Very very sad news. My thoughts & Prayers are with famlies. Coward Talibans attacking innocent unarmed children . Shame on them. What kind of animals and twisted people are they. They are not humans.

RA
Dec 16, 2014 03:12pm

It is extremely unfortunate. May God protect our childern from such barbarians.

Rahul Kumar
Dec 16, 2014 03:12pm

Killing a child is killing a humanity, scrolling the news with teary eyes..

Mubeen
Dec 16, 2014 03:13pm

Its a loss to humanity and civilization itself ! Barbaric acts in this age .... and why not because its the age of information not enlightenment. My prayers and thoughts to the families of the deceased. A prayer to the brave defending and fighting against these terrorist.

vivekananda
Dec 16, 2014 03:13pm

We may have differences over many topics including Kashmir.but in this hour of crisis my prayers are with my Pakistani brothers and sisters.may god give peace to all those departed souls.my prayers are with you be strong .love you all(Indian)

Guru
Dec 16, 2014 03:13pm

This is every parent's dread - That they bury their children, instead of the other way around. Our thoughts are with the parents who are grieving or are worried sick waiting for their kids to emerge. There are obviously lessons for Pakistan, but then it is for another day. Right now, let every single child, who is still alive, come out safely.

D.K.Dogra
Dec 16, 2014 03:14pm

The most inhuman act. Terrorism in all forms has to be crushed.My heart goes to the parents who lost their children.

Viking Star
Dec 16, 2014 03:14pm

@jahangir Khan Keep your dirty thoughts out. You should not play politics here.

sam
Dec 16, 2014 03:15pm

after condemn the incidence our goverment should take a strong decision against these TTP terrorist group. TTP already accepted that they r responsible for this. now its upto our government.

Trilokpuri
Dec 16, 2014 03:15pm

Were these terrorists good terrorists or bad terrorists?

Dinesh Singh
Dec 16, 2014 03:16pm

@Sunil We lost 9 of our brave hearts last week only. But thank god as they were not innocent children. India must support right minded Pakistanis against these barbarians.

Amna
Dec 16, 2014 03:16pm

Salman, it's front news on all international media. I am receiving text messages form Sydney right now, with people expressing their grief at this heinous attack against children in Peshawar. Please stop assuming nobody cares. The world cares! I think the #i'llridewithyou in Sydney and the response it has generated shows exactly an without hesitation that we all care about our global community, each and every component of this global community, and that we reject the way small groups of people are feeling entitled to killing innocent people.

Jalal
Dec 16, 2014 03:16pm

@saad They were busy orgnising Imran's Pakistan closure drama

Umar
Dec 16, 2014 03:16pm

In complete shock... but unfortunately after a few days the JI and its B team PTI propagandists will link it with Malala and confuse the nation.

Arun
Dec 16, 2014 03:16pm

Pakistan is reaping the seeds sown by the Army, Frankenstein strikes ..... It is high time that Pakistan stop all jihad i activities whether it is good Taliban or bad Taliban and so called Kashmir mujahedin.

Zahid
Dec 16, 2014 03:17pm

These coward Taliban has no relation with Islam. They can't fight with solders that's why taking revenge from children. Our duty is to help our forces to eradicate them. May Allah bless our children and peoples.

tanzil
Dec 16, 2014 03:17pm

Very sad in a non functional state

Noor
Dec 16, 2014 03:17pm

My heart is weeping for all those who lost life and who are still hostage, please pray for all of them rather than political point scorings.....

Sharath Chandra
Dec 16, 2014 03:18pm

Sad, but this is how we felt in Mumbai when you sent 10 terrorists to kill innocent people.

Moona
Dec 16, 2014 03:18pm

@Rizwan Is that all you can come up with?

Farina
Dec 16, 2014 03:18pm

@XXXX when are you planning to reap, I hope very soon.

Surinder Kamboj
Dec 16, 2014 03:18pm

My feelings are for well being of children under siege.

These terrorists are idots & will request them pls. spare children form your hatred ideology.

May God give parents strength to bear this pain. I stand by family of deceased children.

Morpheus
Dec 16, 2014 03:18pm

they are not HUMANS

and they are not even ANIMALS

ailly
Dec 16, 2014 03:19pm

time to stay united .... sit-ins must be postponed / delayed or cancelled altogether / PMLN should take a bold step and wipe out the TTP and their allies within our own Pak Army and GHQ and Parliament alike.

girish
Dec 16, 2014 03:19pm

So sad ...army protect the hole nation but no protection for their children's...my God save the children's...please

Middle east
Dec 16, 2014 03:19pm

How many more attacks should the people in Pakistan and the world should witness; When will the establishment show the political will to destroy the terror outfits within the country once and for all....

Peace
Dec 16, 2014 03:19pm

Most will now say that they are not muslim and they are not human, but actually they are Muslims, u can't deny it and comments are not going to change it either. Education is must to change their mindset, else they will not stop.

Arun
Dec 16, 2014 03:19pm

why children, its really barbaric act. If you have courage Taliban should attack security forces

tarlochan
Dec 16, 2014 03:20pm

May Almighty give peace to departed souls of innocent children & others who were killed.Every Indian is weeping over this unpardonable sin. Wish we could do more for the parents & near and dear ones of the departed ones.

Sikandar Khan
Dec 16, 2014 03:20pm

@XXXX Very sad dear..... what these innocents have sown to reap such a painful ending.... its terrifying. such an activitist shout be rooted out, this not bearable in any nation of the world.

Sachha sardar
Dec 16, 2014 03:21pm

My request to some commenters. What is required as of now is the support to the affected and condemnation of those who carried out this horrible act. Please dont indulge in postmortems of present and historical causes and blame game as to why this happened. Pakistan needs healing balm today. Cause and effects debate can be left for another day.

Anil Kumar
Dec 16, 2014 03:21pm

This has shaken me to the core.

M.M.Sherazi
Dec 16, 2014 03:22pm

It is such a brutal and barbarian act, words are hard to find to condemn it, eyes are full of sorrow and pain though, may Allah Almighty, give enough strength and fortitude to the bereaved families. It is irreparable loss of innocent souls and may never be compensated in any form and sort.

bheesham kumar
Dec 16, 2014 03:23pm

Shame on all Taliban. My heart is weeping. too sad.

Saqib
Dec 16, 2014 03:25pm

@XXXX Can we please stop settling scores even for one day....It does not show intellectual smarts by throwing such inane comments, but rather shows an absolute lack of empathy. Unless you are made of stone or are pushing Taliban agenda, I don't see how you could post such comments when the attack is still ongoing

Sameer
Dec 16, 2014 03:25pm

for gods sake u foolish pakistanis, leave kashmir demad. ur fooloish support to mad politicains is only responsible fr al ur plights. u sheltered terrorist to attack india, and they r hitting u now. root of all mishappening today is kashmir issue. pak politician and religious leaders r using u. its already 6 decades now of this foolishness. wake up. i kno its hard fr u, as u r programmed frm childhood to believe kashmir is urs and india is an enemy, BUT ITS NOT TRUE. we indians wants a stable and safe pak. But strangly u r just not ready to accept it. bechare bacho ne kya bigada tha in logo ka, or to show u mirror, bechare bacho ne kya bigada h tumhara, kyon marwa rahe ho inko, kyo zeher bhar rahe ho inke dimag me bhi. its gud u r condeming this attack on children, wt r u doing to stop it, NOTHING. apply logic and think why r ufacing this deadly situation today, just for kashmir? isn't it a very bad deal.

Amir Indian
Dec 16, 2014 03:26pm

@Basher Ahmed Well Said

Nitin Gulhane
Dec 16, 2014 03:27pm

Animals who perpetrated such an attack must be hanged...along with everybody who supported and harbored such people. And please don't bring that 'these people cannot be muslim' kind of sillyness to the debate. Those animals consider themselves more Muslim than the sad people here.

Why Pakistani people have soft corner for these extremely religious and staunch Muslim terrorists is a puzzle to me. Probably they assume that these terrorists are needed to kill the people from 'evil' neighboring country. Wrong.

Pakistan must eradicate ALL terrorists and have a total ban on weapons. Religion cannot make people good or bad so keep the religion on the backburner and get rid of these highly religious extremists.

Lone Ranger
Dec 16, 2014 03:27pm

"3:10pm - Terrorists escape" Where were the army helicopters??? How can these beasts escape so easily in the presence of our army? May Allah help our army and give courage to the bereaved families to bear these irreparable losses.

Talking Point
Dec 16, 2014 03:27pm

Seeing the pic of the young sister holding her brothers hand as they are led away by a man in uniform is poignant. Hope and pray that better sense prevails in all those establishments and institutions in Pak that support and fund terrorism elsewhere . Pain is pain whether in India , Pakistan or Afghanistan. May. God grant the surviving children to withstand the mental trauma and come out of it.

Sarfraz
Dec 16, 2014 03:27pm

Ghulam Ahmed Balour: It is national tragedy. Our hearts are bleeding at this time. Don't use this incident to score political points. Be sane. No criticism on anyone of any sort pls.

TrollMeNot
Dec 16, 2014 03:27pm

@reshma Blame someone you like,. US, India, Israel or maybe Australia (taking revenge) if that satisfy you. Bottom line is it's you who is supporting your own terrorists looking for a conspiracy theory. I guess Zaid Hamid has already prepared a story about this..

dinesh
Dec 16, 2014 03:28pm

whoever committed this., please stop. this is pure nonsense and inhuman. this isnt what the Prophet taught you. My heart goes out to the victims and their families. No sane human could ever have done something like this. please, i beg you to stop this. deepest condolences from across the border. May God please give peace to the affected families. May God please turn the insane beasts to humans.

Zainullah Khan
Dec 16, 2014 03:29pm

@Ali They are not human but worse than animals.

Harish264
Dec 16, 2014 03:29pm

Innocent children are being killed by twisted mind-set people. Children are angels, Gold’s flowers. There is no justification for this barbarism attract on school children. They don’t know your cruel politics. A shocking incident and a black day for Humanity.

DC
Dec 16, 2014 03:29pm

I pray for all the innocent children. This event show that there is no good or bad militant. All militancy is bad. this is the price pakistan is paying for helping militants against India. Please decide is this price worth paying .

Rizwan
Dec 16, 2014 03:30pm

kitna gir sakte hain, ye hardliner.

Lone Ranger
Dec 16, 2014 03:30pm

@XXXX : It is a very shameful expression in this instance. We did not sow terrorism. It is all forced upon Pakistan by certain "civilized" countries to protect their nationals and ensure their employments by keeping their ordinance factories running... These so called Talibans are none other than their puppets!!!

ibrat
Dec 16, 2014 03:31pm

The ill timed dharnas and unending protests on alleged rigging on four worthless national assembly seats has distracted the whole nation from its real problems. This unfortunate and tragic incident should be a wake up call for all of us to set our priorities right.

Verma(INDIA)
Dec 16, 2014 03:31pm

By reading this i am thinking abt my 1 year child, what is the mistake of their parents.Dear Pakistani brothers there is no good or bad terrorist. plz understand before its too late. Deep condolence from india !

Ahmedsunny
Dec 16, 2014 03:31pm

Very unfortunate. Killings like this can never by justified. Must be condemned. Pakistan need to learn. Here terrorists move free and they are called jehadis. Stop this nonsense now.

sameer
Dec 16, 2014 03:32pm

Please government of Pakistan, shoot in public all those taliban terrorist who are in a death row mid of the day, so that they learn lesson, if you are scared of them, then you do not have right to govern the country.

Azmeen
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

Very tragic! PTI must stop all sorts of protests and dharmsala so that govt., security forces and people could unite to act in unison to control terrorism, a war of country' survival.

jay patel
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

Such a shameful act by terrorist. We Indians condemn it. It is regretful act and no place in the civilized society. Pakistan should act to eliminate such snakes which they milked hoping they would bite India but they are now biting them.

If not for your Indian brothers and sisters, then let them finish for your own people (if Pakistan establishment cares for their common people).

A Muslim
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

@raj Do you think they are really taliban ? NO muslim can even think about conducting such operation against children.

We just believe what Media says. Why we are afraid of saying truth. These type of armed Terrorists gets trainning and support from RAW, CIA and Mossad, they don't belong to any religion.

Ostrich
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

It is so sad an event that there are no words to express condolences. These kids did not get the opportunity to live their human lives. What condition must their bereaved parents be today ! No words for consolation. But, I am really disgusted with Pakistan. What result the country expects by feeding milk to snakes? Terrorist have no religion. Terrorists have no division, such as good or bad. Eliminate them all one by one, from Peshawar to AJK.Please do not leave a single stone unturned if you want peace and prosperity for the future generation of Pakistan.

Vasu
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

It's very sad for not only Pakistan People but also the whole world

RK
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

This is awful. This shows that terrorists have no limits. Sensible people rise up and fight these devils together. These devils have hijacked religions and are killing innocent people, including children.

Roz
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

@Naveed Alam Khattak your military has been coward, waging proxy war against India in same cowardice manner. You are reaping what you sowed.

saagar
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

@Irfan UK Trrue Pakistani. Blame it on India, USA or Afghan. All terrorists that Pak has been sponsoring are good, they only kill innocent people outside Pakistan. Atleast Wake up now

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A shah
Dec 16, 2014 03:33pm

@Naved that's our pakistani government gone then

karthik
Dec 16, 2014 03:34pm

I feel very sad for all those children and family. Prayers from India

India
Dec 16, 2014 03:34pm

May their souls RIP and strength to those who have lost their loved ones. I pray for those who are still in danger.

Gordon D Walker
Dec 16, 2014 03:36pm

A national tragedy! Canadians send their love and share the sorrow of the people of Pakistan.

Gordon D Walker: Human Rights Advocate and Citizen of the World.

Nkj
Dec 16, 2014 03:38pm

Such a barbaric act.. such shameless creatures and cowards.. May you and your supporters be cursed. You would be wiped out very soon.

Nastaran
Dec 16, 2014 03:39pm

condolences from Iran

Nisar
Dec 16, 2014 03:39pm

I mentioned this a few weeks ago when it was announced that Kenya will be touring pakistan for an ODI, my concern at thqt time was also that when the Afghans and the Indians read this good news they will do something to give a bad image about Pakistan, look at what has happened now, as these terrorists cannot attack freely in the rest of Pakistan like a Lahore, Islamabad or Karachi... They have gone for the weeakest link which it seems to be a Peshawer, the Pakistan Army needs to do something to tackle this. enough is enough, we should send a strong signal to couple and deli and tell them that they cannot just attack pakistan because they do not like the government.

Muhammad Usman Habib
Dec 16, 2014 03:39pm

Ya Allah, Ya Rehman, Ya Raheem, Ya Kareem Ya Allah......Please help us, Please help Pakistan, Please help Muslim Ummah.....

amit
Dec 16, 2014 03:39pm

My condolences to the Children and their bereaving parents. Please don't deny the fact that they are Muslims and citizen of land of pure. Hatred begets hatred. Please shun away the hatred for one another. We are the people of the land which has the culture of " Vasudhaiv ktumbakam"- the planet is a family.

asim nawab
Dec 16, 2014 03:40pm

This is height of failure and loss , PM should resign immediately !!

A Muslim
Dec 16, 2014 03:40pm

@raj Do you think they are really taliban ? NO muslim can even think about conducting such operation against children.

We just believe what Media says. Why we are afraid of saying truth. These type of armed Terrorists gets trainning and support from foreign intelligence agencies they don't belong to any religion.

Viking Star
Dec 16, 2014 03:41pm

@Thiru I would partially agree with you. External Factors cant be and should not be blamed all the time BUT one can not rule them out. As for Pak Army / US, one can not deny history and facts. Things were so different until the US invaded Afghanistan, the latter WAS a strategic asset for Pakistan. The whole world was behind US/Pakistan during USSR occupation of Afghanistan. It is so unfortunate that after the USSR disintegrated, the US became the only super power and Cop of the world. A small country like Pakistan had no choice but to give a nod to anything and everything the Cop said. Any country in place of Pakistan would have done so (under pressure). Now Pakistan is paying the price of supporting US. The US, even with the help of many other powers was not able to accomplish its job in over 10 years in Afghanistan, and even after 1000s of drone strikes in Waziristan. Now they are packing bags (as if they did wonders)....but the problem is still there as it stood in the 1st place (also as in case with Iraq). Pakistan is now prone to such attacks by Afghan/Pak militants who were against US invasion of Afghanistan.

Desi Dimag
Dec 16, 2014 03:41pm

I condemn barbaric act of TTP. Killing innocent children is not jihad. This is the time to unite and finish all jihadis..

responsible
Dec 16, 2014 03:41pm

Very sad......... Condemnable is a small word.

An Indian
Dec 16, 2014 03:42pm

My dear Pakistani friends, I am from India and today when I watched on television the killing of innocent children, I couldn't stop myself from crying for at least 5 minutes( and doing so while I write this message). Let us accept that terrorism is the single menace that needs to be addressed effective immediately. It knows no religion and it can affect people from any race,ethnicity,age,gender etc. Those little kids were as innocent as birds and knew nothing about terrorism and what it can do to them. They were going to school in order to become good human beings so that they could contribute towards the growth of mankind. We the people of India are with you during this tough times and will continue to pray for lasting peace for all of us. May the almighty god shower peace on all of us human beings.

yogi
Dec 16, 2014 03:42pm

@Irfan UK by asking that you are inviting invertigators to your home. Come and fight, dont kill innocent children.

khaan
Dec 16, 2014 03:42pm

my heart is goes down. A barbaric act . Even animals are better then human beings.

mrugesh
Dec 16, 2014 03:43pm

​i have a 3 year old son & i cant see even small scratch on his body. i don't know how parents of this attacked school is feeling now. I pray god to deliver this children's to their parents safe & scratchless​

TrollMeNot
Dec 16, 2014 03:43pm

@Zeeshan True brother, My wife just called and was shocked to see the news of more than 120 children killed brutally, I can understand how shocking it could be for Pakistanis.. Most Indian news channels are showing this as a breaking news, and people are stuck with grief here too. Believe me or not, Indians hate Pak establishment, but love you comman people as their own (even hindus, I am a Hindu) and this is very disheartening. I am sure I would not have felt this deep sadness if it happened in some American school, I dont know why. May God give strength to Pakistan and the people.

Gulmarg
Dec 16, 2014 03:45pm

So sad..... how could they be so cruel? that too to children?

Amit
Dec 16, 2014 03:45pm

very sad to hear. May their souls rest in peace. My country feels just as sad India

R K Bhatia
Dec 16, 2014 03:45pm

Indeed a cowardly act by TTP. At the same time I would question Sartaj Azeez now please explain the difference between Good and Bad Taliban. Taliban is Taliban afterall

John
Dec 16, 2014 03:45pm

In the 67 years of our history, there was no true democracy in the region, with power shuffling between dictators and pseudo democratic parties who in turn have affiliations to rogue elements, just for political gains. Pakistan Civil society must be strengthened.!!! Unfortunately it will take equally long time to undo the 67 years of mismanagement and rebuild the country safe for every citizen irrespective of their language, ethnicity, religion or customs. There is no justification to butcher innocent kids, be it religion or power. Lets raise above these and restore humanity first.

LoveHumanity
Dec 16, 2014 03:45pm

Taliban, ISIS, Lashkar can never be anyone's friends. There agenda under the head of ISLAM is hollow. They have no morals ..... Pakistan should stop supporting these Kids Killers even against India for Kashmir! They are snakes..you cant believe them...you feed them but one day they bite you back! Deepest condolences for the Kids and there families!! I would True Face of Islam to stand up and teach Jihad is not about killing innocents! Jiahd is more about killing the demon self within every mortal! I am an Indian and I am really pained to c how brutally innocent children have been killed!!!

Ravi
Dec 16, 2014 03:46pm

These guys are not human. How they can kill innocent children? Paying for safety of injured persons. This is barbaric attack on humanity and whole world is with Pakistan against these brain washed hate mongers.

Umesh
Dec 16, 2014 03:46pm

Very sad news ! My consolidation goes to all families who suffered.

Basharat Hussain
Dec 16, 2014 03:46pm

Why our children are under attack? Oh My God! Forgive us. Kill all talibans through YOUR Hidden Sources. That we could see peace in our cities.

ailly
Dec 16, 2014 03:47pm

may Allah guide us to stand united................. our Govt must respond with heavy non-stop and relentless attacks on TTP hideouts .... border should be sealed with Afghanistan with immediate effect.

Indian
Dec 16, 2014 03:47pm

Declare a full war against terror and don't stop until it's eradicated. There is nothing more important that this at the moment for pakistan.

Capri
Dec 16, 2014 03:48pm

Shocked beyond belief......we are watching it all onTV live in Bangalore. Is there some way we Indians can mobilise blood to be sent for the kids who need it? from cities close to Pakistan, delhi, amritsar etc? Hope spme of our politicians take the lead to do this. There is something we need to do to help.....

Purush
Dec 16, 2014 03:50pm

Going to Peshawar to supervise the operation is not going to help Mr Sharif. On the contrary it will be a diversion for Armed forces who would have to devote resources to your security instead of concentrating on helping children, families and local authorities. Its time you did something serious to contain the menance.

Sikandar
Dec 16, 2014 03:50pm

Very said incident and our sympathies are with family of those children who lost their life's. Now the government have to be more vigilant, because this act of terrorism, indicates end of these so called terrorist organizations and they don't have place and desperately targeting innocent people.

Action against illegal immigrants and refugees needs to be take as soon as possible. There is question for the law enforcement agencies that how they came inside the city? where they stayed inside the city? who all supported these terrorist? Re-assess the security parameter including loopholes in intelligence network and re-org the network. Good bless our country and Pakistani nation. Ameen

An Indian
Dec 16, 2014 03:51pm

A very sad day in human history. My condolences to the families of the victims.

Jabbar
Dec 16, 2014 03:52pm

All readers are condemning this cruel act. Most Pakistani people & the Pak government hate terrorism. Then why Pakistan is still a fertile land for terrorism? There must be some wrong in the system and sincerity in efforts to wipe these terrorists. I am so sad that Pakistan is loosing a chance of joining 'Developing Countries' mainly because of this. Religion is not above humanity. Terrorists are spreading a bad impression about the Islam. Please for the God's sake please stop this & let the people of Pak live with peace and prosperity. Common man needs food, cloth,shelter, dignity, peace, prosperity. What we are achieving by such terrorism? Pak has given a Kohinoor like Malala to the world. Pak should be proud of it and not about such coward terrorists.

Ricky
Dec 16, 2014 03:52pm

when i read this news, my body shivered. My son face moved in front of eyes. It was so shocking. I cant even imagine. Those were innocent kids. We are feeling the pain in India. To TTP even if they killed ur families, even then this massacre not justified. kill those who killed ur family not these innocent kids.

Kartik
Dec 16, 2014 03:52pm

Nothing can ever ever explain this senseless killing. The Pakistani Army should bomb the Pakistani Taliban till nothing is left of them. Everything is explainable, but if you touch children, that means these guys got no souls at all.

This is not a time of politics, of back-biting or blame game of any sort. The rest of the children should be saved and a deep soul searching is required by Pakistani's...how has things come to such a pass ? Is this the sort of country you want to leave behind for your children ?

-Kartik, Chennai, India

Valiya
Dec 16, 2014 03:52pm

@Khalid What you mean,Teaching of religion is the problem?

Ali Asghar Jaffery
Dec 16, 2014 03:53pm

Talibans are the worst of mankind to go out and kill innocent children s. And shame on those who are doing politics on this incident. If terrorists can storm ARMY GHQ, Naval HQ and Karachi airport then do you expect any govt to preempt such terror activities.

hope
Dec 16, 2014 03:53pm

Very Sad. Shame on terrorist to have targeted innocent children. deep sympathies with parents who have lost their loved ones. Terrorism is a menace and it is high time that all of us identify the real enemy and eradicate this evil from the face of our civilization. All terrorist are bad and all act of terrorism are to be condemned.

thinker
Dec 16, 2014 03:53pm

Nowhere it is safe in Pakistan, even children are not safe, what kind of God and its followers are these? Everywhere in the world known as terrorists. You give protection to Taliban, Hafeez saeed, Lashkar-e-Taiba and so on. what are you going to reap? Please for these children sake, understand what is wrong with your country.

P S Ramakrishna
Dec 16, 2014 03:55pm

Why do these terrorists thrive and operate from Islamic countries (particularly Middle-east and Maghreb), governments not to the liking of people? Islam gets a very bad name because of terrorism! Would anybody like to visit Pakistan, US or Chinese premier? Would any sporting nation wants to participate in any sporting event in Pakistan? Perhaps, terrorists want to annihilate Pakistan and kill its gen next, the children! Would Pakistan get rid of the cancer of terrorism?

Daniel
Dec 16, 2014 03:56pm

It is a very sad day for the ALL. I hope we all learn something from this. Corrupt government and terrorist do not belong to any religion, country or human race. How low they can go in their life to kill little souls. We need to be ALL together to make this World peaceful. RIP soul of HEROS who have sacrificed their life for this cause.

Farrukh Munir
Dec 16, 2014 03:56pm

So sorry for the children and their families. May God bless their souls and give term eternal rest in heavens and bless their parents with patience to bear this atrocity.

I would urge the military to go after these butchers and get rid of all of them and their sympathisers. They have nothing to do with Islam. In fact, they are not even human beings.

Akhtar
Dec 16, 2014 03:56pm

Very very sad May Allah save our children.

Vikram
Dec 16, 2014 03:57pm

God save the kids.. heartfelt condolences from a father to parents who lost their kids.. I was a kid when I saw terrorist killings in Kashmir.. it is still fresh after 22 years.. god help those surviving kids to forget it like a bad dream..

martand misra
Dec 16, 2014 03:57pm

What had the kids done to deserve this? How ill the taliban justify it? Saddened to see all this, love and sympathy from India.

Rajat
Dec 16, 2014 03:57pm

Heart goes out to the families of children in Peshawar who lost their kids. Its a tragedy on humanity.

martand misra
Dec 16, 2014 03:58pm

What had the kids done to deserve this? How will the taliban justify it? Saddened to see all this, love and sympathy from India.

Rabia Ahmed Sikandar
Dec 16, 2014 03:58pm

My Heart cries

Civi varghese
Dec 16, 2014 03:59pm

is it jehad?killing innocent muslim children?we all should condemn this brutality.my deep condolences

Sheks
Dec 16, 2014 04:01pm

Its horrible and sad to see the children being killed by the terrorists. May God give strength to the families of the small and young children killed. This is the time Pakistan Army should wipe out the terrorists from their land rather than talk to them and support them in any way they do. Never support and give place to any terrorist, as they will back stab you, which we have seen in Pakistan again and again. Hope all terrorist will get killed and other children come out safe.

Rahul Kanwal
Dec 16, 2014 04:01pm

My dear Pakistani friends, I am from India and today when I watched on television the killing of innocent children, I couldn't stop myself from crying for at least 5 minutes( and doing so while I write this message). Let us accept that terrorism is the single menace that needs to be addressed effective immediately. It knows no religion and it can affect people from any race,ethnicity,age,gender etc. Those little kids were as innocent as birds and knew nothing about terrorism and what it can do to them. They were going to school in order to become good human beings so that they could contribute towards the growth of mankind. We the people of India are with you during this tough times and will continue to pray for lasting peace for all of us. May the almighty god shower peace on all of us human beings. We Indians are with you during these tough times and are going to pray for you. We want lasting peace with Pakistan.

Iqbal Malik
Dec 16, 2014 04:03pm

May Allah swt save all Pakistanis from these terrorists.

celal yilmaz
Dec 16, 2014 04:03pm

they are not human !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nadeem
Dec 16, 2014 04:03pm

Please don't put political interest into terrorism chapter, and please keep you political topic away from violence. This is the time of unity, and say 'we all are humans and every one has value'. No one want to hear sayings of PTI, PPP, PMLN or MQM. We need to create peace and unity as a guard of this country as a member of this country and as a human of this land.

Sher Jatt
Dec 16, 2014 04:03pm

@Kumar So you think that India is behind this then do you.

B.K.Mathur
Dec 16, 2014 04:03pm

I strongly condemn the attack and extremely sad about the deaths of innocent children. Hope culprits will be punished for this dastardly attack and will not roam scot free like attackers on Mumbai. I remember Hillary Clintons comment " Pakistan has to understand that it cannot keep poisonous snakes in its backyard and think they will only bite the neighbor."

KAMAL
Dec 16, 2014 04:04pm

PAK-ARMY, Act and finish TTP as soon as Possible. We know you can do it in a day or less than that

wake up
Dec 16, 2014 04:04pm

This is absolutely the lowest point in human history...Cmon people of Pakistan, politicians, military please unerstand that there can never be a good terrorist, an enemy's enemy is not always gonna be your friend. And the real enemy is always an extremist with a gun. RIP

ch yaqoob advocate
Dec 16, 2014 04:04pm

those who has attacked on innocent childerns are not muslims they are worse than animals

Owais Mangal
Dec 16, 2014 04:04pm

Act of killing kids show how coward these so called Jihadist are. No remorse, no shame on accepting the act of killing innocent kids. What a criminal mind set claiming to be a muslim. May Allah give Sabr to the survivors and those who are affected by the attack, Aameen.

Satish
Dec 16, 2014 04:04pm

God!!! haven't heard a more depressing news...Targeting kids of all people??? may god give enough strength to the parents who have lost their children in this heinous act

haris
Dec 16, 2014 04:06pm

@saad Army Schools are under direct supervision of Army personnel. But yes, KPK Police should have done much more to stop this terrorist activity.

Ramshankar
Dec 16, 2014 04:06pm

May the souls rest in peace and god give courage to all the parents to come out of this difficult situation. I don't know what they got by attacking those innocent children, come on Pakistan show these terrorists where they belong.

Vishal
Dec 16, 2014 04:06pm

A very shamelful and coward act. Terrorism is no good to any country and i hope Pakistan realises this - more important ISI, Military. This is similar to 26/11 Mumbai attack all planned and executed from Pakistani Soil. Now what Mr Hafeez Saeed has to say on this?. Pakistan has to realise that there is nothing like good and bad terror. This people are fighting as it is their business. If they can point Gun to India they can point gun to Pakistan also tomorrow. Your state has to stop all support to terror activities in western border and adopt a policy which is towards better tomorrow and peaceful life. dont have dual policies. dont support folks like Hafeez Saeed and other so called Jihadis.

Siddharajsinh
Dec 16, 2014 04:06pm

Very SAD, Shame on Terrorist and their AAKAS. Is this their religion? Are they followers of GOD? Our Hearty sympathy with the families who lost their loved ones. Any person should not support this type of terrorist activities directly or indirectly.
This incident proves that Weapons are worst thing if they are not in proper hands.

JAYESH KURUP
Dec 16, 2014 04:07pm

DEAR PAKISTHANIS, we indians are with you, rout these cowardice people from your land, they are destroying you in the name of religion. childrens are innocent , like flowers , who will kill them? , what a cruel deed by THALIBAN. wipe outh these uneducated people from society. Bomb out those hide out areas. Pakisthan will be in peace only when radical groups are rout from society

Vivek
Dec 16, 2014 04:08pm

Our deepest condolences from India.

It is indeed a very sad day for humanity.

May god give the parents the strength to bear the loss of their little ones...

Santosh
Dec 16, 2014 04:08pm

Terrorist always bad never good for human.I feel very sorry for this panic incident.RIP small child

Atta
Dec 16, 2014 04:09pm

Enough is enough our govt. response should be very strong. We strongly back our Army operations..........

Venky S Rao
Dec 16, 2014 04:10pm

My heartfelt condolences to children, teachers & their families killed in this dastardly & heinous incident!

The Common Indian
Dec 16, 2014 04:10pm

Have strength to withstand this loss, our prayers are with you!!

Atta
Dec 16, 2014 04:10pm

Enough is enough our govt. response should be very strong. We strongly back our Army operations..........

Secondary High Uk
Dec 16, 2014 04:11pm

@Jat Security?? Where? Just for the politicians don't you think? All previous and current governments are responsible for breeding these montsers. Are these politicians really bothered about Pakistan when they have their own children living outside of this country. May Allah help the people of Pakistan and curse these monsters who have attacked innocent children.

Aamir
Dec 16, 2014 04:12pm

Our army should follow TTP into afghanistan.....kill Fazalullah and destroy and raze the whole structure of TTP to the ground. Anything less should not be acceptable to the nation. The army has to show it is not impotent and second to none where the children of Pakistan are concerned

Haider Rehman
Dec 16, 2014 04:12pm

Kill these Barbarians! They deserve to be killed as brutally as they killed these innocent children! It justifies Zarb e Azb even more.

kumar
Dec 16, 2014 04:13pm

@Whistle_Blower What did he said?

Ramdev Yadav
Dec 16, 2014 04:13pm

This is the most horrendous tragedy of the year. My heart goes out for the families of those kids.

Desi
Dec 16, 2014 04:13pm

My heartfelt condolence to the bewared family. Hate to see the gun culture gone wild. Stop these middle east madness in our middle of sub continent.

Samad Chaudhry
Dec 16, 2014 04:13pm

And IK says that he would have negotiated with these Taleban and he would not have send army to Waziristan What kind of lesson? Is he a Pakistani or in league with enemies of Pakistan? We here are deeply grieved at such brutality 125 families grieving and the whole Pakistan grieving Get together and fight this evil Hateful oratory will not lead you anywhere For Pakistan's sake lt us fight together.

global
Dec 16, 2014 04:14pm

please tell your govt to deal with terrorist in a hard way. Do not protect them at any cost or want to use them against any other country . they are making Pakistan suffer as well. Hope people will ask govt to come out clean of sponging terrorism. Else please leave the country & go elsewhere It is not a place to LIVE now !

TooTrue
Dec 16, 2014 04:14pm

"shoot older students"? What brave souls these terrorists.

Batra A
Dec 16, 2014 04:15pm

Most despicable, cowardly and barbaric Jihadi terrorist act of radical elements in and around Pakistan. We in India share your grief and pray that let good sense prevail on hardliners and anti Pakistan, Anti India and Anti Humanity elements who believe in preaching and propagating violence, and think that anything and everything could be corrected and achieved by violent Jihad. Civil and sane society of Pakistan is requested to condemn violence perpetrated in Indian Kashmir too by state and non-state actors from Pakistan. Violence and radicalism has made this whole piece of land very very poor.

Agnostic
Dec 16, 2014 04:15pm

People who commit such crime have no soul , no religion and should be publicly hanged and stoned to death. May God give strength to all the families who have a list a part of their soul in this inhumane crime. RIP all innocent children.

Jayaraj
Dec 16, 2014 04:16pm

Very sad and shocking news. Praying for the safety of Children

gfellow
Dec 16, 2014 04:16pm

Sad day indeed. This again proves that terrorists are like snakes. You cannot expect them to be your friends.

tariq
Dec 16, 2014 04:16pm

@inqelabzindabad thnx

prayag
Dec 16, 2014 04:17pm

may god give strength to the parents.

Nitin Gulhane
Dec 16, 2014 04:17pm

Watching this on TV is heartwrenching. Listening to description of the incidents from the mouths of kids is extremely sad. Pakistan, please do something and get rid of all these good/bad/ugly terrorists.

Laksh
Dec 16, 2014 04:17pm

My heartfelt condolence to the parents and all the people of Pakistan on losing innocent children in such a barbaric attack. May God grant courage to people to bear the loss and may the souls of the departed rest in peace. My prayers in their hour of grief to the people of Pakistan. - An Indian from Vancouver, Canada.

Raj
Dec 16, 2014 04:17pm

Very tragic incident. I hope this incident also does not fade away and gets forgotten in time, like others. Very strong action has to be taken without political pressures. The government of the day including army must act decisively now. Pray God for the deceased to RIP

Haider Rehman
Dec 16, 2014 04:17pm

@jahangir Khan I have never seen you blame NS for Karachi Airport attack. Why single out IK? These barbarians have been here before Pti came in power. Instead why don't you focus on Model Town killings done by police itself?

Sami
Dec 16, 2014 04:18pm

Inna Lillahi Wainna ilahi rajoun

Zulu Khan
Dec 16, 2014 04:18pm

This is shocking. Pakistan as a country is no more - killing their own children!

Time for Pakistan to make social changes - even coming under an Indian confederacy could work here for at least 20 years. Modi can crush these guys - yes he is not muslim, but so what.

your government is no more - too many taliban/isis sympathisers. Sympathisers should be dealt with immediately. Alternatively - its time to hire out blackwater if your army cannot cope. All the taliban devils must die (good and bad ones).

wake up. you can fix this!

who cares about cricket and hockey - your own people are playing a much more dangerous "devil" sport..

Die Taliban/Isis Die! go back to your homeland arabia.

sanjeev
Dec 16, 2014 04:19pm

Sad,Saw it on TV.The parents and the kids looked so helpless.

Aamir
Dec 16, 2014 04:19pm

Had this happened in the USA they would have bombed TTP inside Afghanistan. We should do the same and send boots on Afghanistan soil to root out TTP

Suren Dixit
Dec 16, 2014 04:19pm

VERY SAD.......My heart goes out to the families of those children who got killed by the terrorists . I express my condolences to those families. Very Painful.

Desi
Dec 16, 2014 04:20pm

Sad indeed, most of you hate Malalai and try to condemn this act. She too was hit by bullet for her bravery, I see a double standard, either these cowards are classified as good and bad ones.

Asim
Dec 16, 2014 04:20pm

How can the Taliban call themselves muslims when Islam clearly prohibits such acts such as Killing innocent children

true indian
Dec 16, 2014 04:20pm

very sad news, heart is crying. we Indians strongly condemns this deadly and cruel attack of Taliban. our heartedly condolences are with the families of victims. this is real face of terrorism. terrorism has no religion nor the heart. may Allah and god shri Ram give them severe punishment they will never dare to conduct such act in future.... plz save earth from such devils.... !! we are with pakistan to eradicate terrorism from both the countries.!!!

Haider Rehman
Dec 16, 2014 04:21pm

Shame that people will do politics over innocent people killed and blame IK. Ask anyone living in KP, the police in 100 times better than in Punjab.

Awan
Dec 16, 2014 04:21pm

@Rohan what nonsense are you talking about, you should be ashamed of your self that at this point the whole nation is morning due to innocent killings and you have come up again criticizing Pakistan, open up ur mind if u have one and try to understand that we are not cultivating terrorism infact we are the victim of terrorism.

God bless Pakistan, and may all the innocent lives find peace in Jannah! Ameen

SHARIQUE MASOOD
Dec 16, 2014 04:21pm

This is really painful news. Kind of news that not only bring tears to your eyes but chills in your body too. As an Indian, my heart goes out for the families who have lost their innocent kids. This is shameful, not only for them but for the humanity. We must be stand with the family of victim.

Suren Dixit
Dec 16, 2014 04:21pm

Very Sad. My heart goes out to the families of those children who got killed by the terrorists in Peshwar. I express my condolences to those families. Very Painful..

imran
Dec 16, 2014 04:21pm

It gave me chills. We all need to get involved into it practically. We need to report about the people having extremist ideology (even if they are our loved ones) to police. Bear in mind that tomorrow it could be mine or your child!

Akhtar
Dec 16, 2014 04:21pm

The TTP are evil in pure form. The Afghanistan filth has spread to Pakistan.

khan
Dec 16, 2014 04:23pm

No words to express sorrow and grief. Those misguided who had any or little sympathy with these terrorist should see the real face of these animals.

Khurram
Dec 16, 2014 04:23pm

@Raheel PML-N created? Dude which dimension are u living in. I am not a PML-N supporter but atleast get your facts right and dont say magically absurd things !

Sameer
Dec 16, 2014 04:23pm

Heartfelt solidarity from a father of 2 kids across the border in India. May Allah give strength to the grieving parents and sanity to the misguided souls for this is not the path any religion could lead to. I have tears in my eyes as I type this - Its a black day and I hope it never happens again. No innocent deserves this. In peace and solidarity

Owais Mangal
Dec 16, 2014 04:24pm

Neighbors and compatriots: Please keep politics out of kids blood.

Kobe
Dec 16, 2014 04:24pm

The loss of a child is likely the most calamitous event for a parent. My sincere condolences to those who lost their children in this tragic event. I hope the Lord gives strength to the parents to bear this loss.

raghu
Dec 16, 2014 04:25pm

Pakistan, do you still think, we indians are bigger threat to your country ??

AZM S Alam
Dec 16, 2014 04:26pm

It is simply horrible. So many kids killed. Unbelievable. Let Allah grant the parents the strength to bear such colossal loss. Amin

Khan
Dec 16, 2014 04:26pm

My heart bleeds for the innocent kids and my deep sympathies to their parents and family members. Taliban are nothing but deadly virus, needs to be cleansed else will destroy all of us. Afghanistan evidenced similar attack a few weeks back at a Volleyball stadium killing 66 kids. So let us stand together, work together and get rid of this barbarism, else day will come, that such news would repeat daily.

Rajeev
Dec 16, 2014 04:29pm

Where is the humanity? Can these guys be called human? I am sure this would make resolve of Pakistani people and security forces stronger to finish terrorists for ever.

ilyas
Dec 16, 2014 04:29pm

My heart is blasting.....disgusting news -Now authorities should use all its power to destroy these barbarians from one and each corner of the country...God bless Pakistan !

Syed M Naseem
Dec 16, 2014 04:31pm

@Kaly I am so moved and impressed by comments from Indian readers which indicate that they fully share our grief and treat the besieged and helpless children as if they are their own. The spirit of solidarity shown at the Nobel awards ceremony less than a week ago is resonating again. While our Prime Ministers did not respond to Malala's appeal to show the solidarity with the children, who are not only deprived of the right to education, the children are paying the price of seeking that right in flesh and blood by violence, extremism, hatred , ignorance and bigotry. It is about time that the people of both countries rise together to stop the madness which their political and military leaders have dragged into. Only a joint action can ensure our children's future. The crux of terrorism in India and Pakistan stems from the hatred between the two peoples that has been promoted by vested interrests in both countries.

Mahwish Anwar
Dec 16, 2014 04:32pm

" feel that until and unless this country is cleansed from terrorism, this war and effort will not stop, no one should be doubtful of this. "

ANd that will never happen. The more you kill.. the more families will be broken.. and more fighters will stand up to kill and take revenge.

The iteration doesn't seem to stop.

kamal
Dec 16, 2014 04:32pm

These senseless butchers need to be crushed mercilessly. They are not human beings.

gt
Dec 16, 2014 04:33pm

In many of the comments, these terrorists are compared to animals.

Let us be clear on one thing - NO animal kills people other than for eating its prey. You can never see a lion or tiger killing for killing sake.

Animals are at a much better level compared to these beings - they dont deserve to be compared to animals.

Syed Sohaib Quadri
Dec 16, 2014 04:35pm

Tears coming from my eyes when I was watching this news. This all destruction is to DE-stabilized Pakistan- Terrorist can not over take on education/Pakistan- Pakistani Will fight against terrorist- one day all nation of the world will eliminate all terrorist from this world- will Fight against whom who want to stop our children from studies. I offer condolences to the families of all the innocent people killed by the terrorists. I am still thinking of those children who died(shaheed) in this unfortunate event. Salute to all children- Our country security should be handed to army- our law is corrupt- Law should be strict so nobody dare to do anything. Long Live Pakistan-

MR
Dec 16, 2014 04:37pm

My heart goes out to all these children and parents in grief. May Jesus grant them peace and comfort. Love, from India.

Taha
Dec 16, 2014 04:37pm

When will the intelligence agencies rise for the safety and security of the people of Pakistan. We see serious intelligence failures one after the other and when in a war situation vigilance and security should be even more tighter. I am sorry the administration and the security agencies can't just escape without taking the blame and ensure these don't happen again.

I followed the event of Sar-e-Aam program and what happened to the team that tried to expose the culprits and loopholes in the railway cargo. I would have expected the administration of Karachi and the agencies should immediately come in to action and seized sealed the whole cargo to investigate what's been going on, our soldiers are dying and the innocent civilians due to such lack of action.

Pakistan is a country with hundreds of political parties including religious parties with no code of conduct. Religious parties as well as other political parties must be forced to I fail to understand why the state has no interest in registering the madressas and also the students there.

Gopi
Dec 16, 2014 04:37pm

Oh My God .,tears are coming out ! such blind attack is not good for any such terror group , something going wrong

Ajay vikram Singh
Dec 16, 2014 04:38pm

My sincere condolences for these kids. Also for those kids killed in operation Zarb-i-azb.

mss
Dec 16, 2014 04:39pm

Inna-lillah-winna-elahe-rajoon : This is a very shock provoking incident in Peshawar school and it is now clear that nobody is now safe in this country and all the individuals who are in the govt have no right at all to travel in fool proof vehicles when our innocent children have no safety even in schools . May Allah give peace and patience to their parents to bear this heavy shock and loss

Salih
Dec 16, 2014 04:40pm

Its very strange feeling, setting in a multinational company office in a foreign country. Cant explain what's going on in my mind at the movement. My heart is broken and eyes wet. Few colleague ask the reason but cant reveal it. Request every one not politicise the incident, PM in Peshawar, IK postpone the strike. Be united, we will win insha Allah.

I feel the tension and trauma of the families who children are Martyred and of those whose children are still trapped there.

Long Live my country and the People. Pak Zindabad.

AHA
Dec 16, 2014 04:40pm

A very very sad day for all of us. But it is we, who are the real guilty party here. It is we, who believe in hatred and intolerance. It is we, who believe that there are good terrorists. Shame on all of us.

M.Shoaib
Dec 16, 2014 04:42pm

this is a coward act by barbarian. Can we unite to stop this evil.

taha
Dec 16, 2014 04:42pm

Impose emergency and kill each one of these animals from every nook and corner of the country

asgher
Dec 16, 2014 04:42pm

Shame on us as man kind, sad day for humanity. How people became worst than animals... How human became so evil....

SINGH.RA
Dec 16, 2014 04:44pm

He Bhagwan! Help Student and there parents and school staff in such tough time.

Anurag Sinha ( India)
Dec 16, 2014 04:45pm

Speechless... May god give courage to the parents to deal with this trauma... No words to express my sorrow..

kumar
Dec 16, 2014 04:45pm

feeling very sad. our thoughts and prayers are with the victim families

Rational
Dec 16, 2014 04:46pm

Every single Pakistani should come out open and make a peoples movement against the coward barbarians who cannot spare even innocent children. This is the only way these people can be defeated. They cannot withstand the mass movement. Security forces can only do limited work. The mindset of the terrorist should be attacked with mass country wide protest. They should feel that they are isolated. My prayers and thoughts for the innocent victims and their families.

SD
Dec 16, 2014 04:49pm

Heartfelt condolences from India. RIP. How can anyone kill school children ? These are barbarians, not human beings.

Krsna
Dec 16, 2014 04:50pm

Hey Ram ! Its very shocking and disturbing news. My heart goes out to all the parents who lost their innocent children to the madness of this world. The whole India stands with you in this crisis. May God be your strength !

Amit
Dec 16, 2014 04:51pm

May God Give Strength to the people who have suffered losses. I know every Indian is shedding a tear for you today.

rahul
Dec 16, 2014 04:52pm

Being a parent myself this news is really hearth pinching, may god help those in need

Ravi Dallas TX
Dec 16, 2014 04:52pm

Terrible news. This is crazy.

Sandeep
Dec 16, 2014 04:53pm

This is very sad and tormenting to see that small innocent kids have been killed. As an Indian, I can very well understand the pain that their families are undergoing through now. May Allah give them strength to overcome this grief and to finish off these barbarians.

Abhishek Jain
Dec 16, 2014 04:54pm

Being a father of 3 year old, I know how much it hurts and pains me when my kid gets a small bruise. I cant imagine the plight of the kids, parents and relatives, my heart cries out to all of them. Its huge mourning moment for the entire human civilization, and calls for a big change in policy towards terrorism. The blood, bones, flesh, tears and hatred does not bring peace to any culture or society. Its the education, infrastructural development and transparency which are the cornerstone of the evolved civilization -- look at west.

Siddhartha Rana Gupte
Dec 16, 2014 04:54pm

@Irfan UK You would find their families in India though? Are you mad or what? Get a life dude. My heart cries out for the families of the children who have been killed by the Taliban. The same Taliban which was once a Pakistan ally. Did you forget that?

When is this blood bath gonna stop? Now, did you feel the pain and anger of all the Indians and the families of those killed in 26/11? When will Pakistan stop supporting and exporting terrorism? Look, I am not trying to start a blame game here. I am just saying what the truth is. Why doesn't the Pakistan government arrest Hafiz Sayeed? When will Pakistanis stop supporting that man? Wake up guys before it's too late.

Shahram Khan
Dec 16, 2014 04:55pm

They should all be killed

Yousuf47 London
Dec 16, 2014 04:55pm

You are dealing with animals and the Pakistani people will have to rise to the occasion to get rid of fundamentalism now deep rooted in the society. Pakistan will have to take steps to curb religious TV broadcast, bring mosques and Madressas under government control. A special force be created to infiliterate Taalibaan strongholds and bring all those responsible to justice.

Shahzeb
Dec 16, 2014 04:55pm

"They sow the wind and reap the whirlwind". What more to say? We pay the price for hosting the likes of Hafiz M Saeed and letting them wreak havoc at our neighborhoods.

Sharath Chandra
Dec 16, 2014 04:56pm

When you silently rejoice death of innocent people in other countries due to terrorists and call it Jihad and your "defense Analysts" talk of Ghawz - e hind and spit venom, this is the obvious outcome, its the poor little souls who are victims now.

An Indian
Dec 16, 2014 04:57pm

My heart goes out to the family members of the children. They were destined for a greater good. No religion, no faith, no ideology can forgive such a heinous act. We the people of India stand united with the people of Pakistan in condemning this mindless violence. I urge the Pakistani civil society to rise up and cleanse their nation of terrorism of all forms. There are no good and bad terrorists. The Guns which spill blood in Afghanistan, India, Sydney, the US and other countries are the same ones which were used for this cowardly act. Maybe someone like a Hafiz Saeed promised these butchers heaven and virgins for their dastardly attack. Let us all pray for the lives cut short. May the almighty give the families the strength to bear this loss and may the departed angels rest in peace.

minority
Dec 16, 2014 04:57pm

And PTI wants to call these beasts to negotiate!!! Speechless....my heart goes out to the children and the lost lives and their families. May all rest in peace and may God help us out of this senslessness and chaos.

kaagemusha
Dec 16, 2014 04:57pm

Aaj dil toot gaya.... Narak mein jagah nahin milegi in logon ko. Hey Bhagwaan...ye kaise darinde hain?

Shaheryar
Dec 16, 2014 04:57pm

Indeed the most shameless day in the history of the country. All those who have been advocating talks with these animals & wasting the time of the nation should be slapped on their faces. Operation against these animals should be taken to next level with the policy of "taking no prisoners" as our judiciary & then Human Rights Watch & those who have applied moratorium on putting to death these criminals (now more than 8,000 on death row for the past several years), should be given a shutup call & all these death sentences especially those involved in terrorism must be excercised. Don't know why these lobbies keep telling Pakistan not to execute these criminals, while every day Saudi's, Bangladeshi's & dozens of other countries keep putting their & foreign nationals to death. No ones questions them. Why they don't want Pakistan to serve justice on these animals?

mohit
Dec 16, 2014 04:58pm

Today, bus of my kids got late by 30 minutes,and I was so much anxious. It is unimaginable to imagine pain of parents whose children will never return to homes.

Shah
Dec 16, 2014 04:59pm

@True Muslim You have a twisted mind and not aware of Islam, you should come out and speak openly in public and face the people who's loved ones are killed.

Rajat
Dec 16, 2014 05:00pm

Horrendous! terrorism is not part of any religious ideology and these are not Muslims, in fact they are not human...they are animals, My heart goes out to the families of those innocent children...heartfelt condolences from India...#solidarity

alokindia
Dec 16, 2014 05:00pm

My heartfelt condolences to the Parents and brothers/sisters of those slain in this most deplorable and inhuman act. The whole world should declare days of mourning. Killing an unarmed, innocent child could be termed as the ultimate atrocity and serves no purpose in any religion or civilization.

Raj Hundal
Dec 16, 2014 05:01pm

The day could not be more sad for me...Allah Reham Kar, please

Ashok Saigal
Dec 16, 2014 05:01pm

Very shocking. All sympathies to victims and their families. Sad to think that any sane person can find any justification for such an act. Impossible to think what could have motivated the attackers - did they really consider themselves to be doing something brave, or something that would reward them in this life or in the hereafter?

Indian
Dec 16, 2014 05:01pm

Its really a sad and tough time for my Pakistan brothers and sister. May god give you the courage to sum up all your anger to give a unified fight against terrorism. No one can escape from this sin of killing the young buds. There are millions and millions of loving hearts on other side of the border who are equally sad on this unfortunate event.

Rakesh Singh
Dec 16, 2014 05:02pm

very very sad day !! not able to write any things. Its beyond the brutality.

dinesh
Dec 16, 2014 05:03pm

killer are animal and not human. I pray to the God for early recovery of injured and those lost life may get place in heaven because they were innocent flowers

Ragu
Dec 16, 2014 05:04pm

So sad just even to read this. When will the Pakistani leaders realize that there are no good terrorists to encourage for proxy wars and bad ones to fight against. Get rid of all terror groups and focus on peace and prosperity.

mohit
Dec 16, 2014 05:05pm

The innocent that were killed are being called martyrs by people and media in Pakistan. A martyr is person who dies for a purpose and is prepared for that. These were young children who went to school for learning. They were not going on a mission. They were not prepared to die. These were just children.So this was plane and brutal murder. They are not martyrs but victim of savagery.Calling them martyrs actually lowers the barbarity of act.

Mohyal
Dec 16, 2014 05:06pm

It is very sad. How can anyone do this to innocent children. Leaves one really depressed and worried about the future..

Guru Prasad
Dec 16, 2014 05:07pm

Unbelievable. This monster of militancy has now turned its attention on these innocent children who have absolutely nothing to do with these issues. No words to express our grief. May god help every one in any way affected by this disgusting act. Wish we could wipe out militancy from the face of the planet

Syed Danish Ali
Dec 16, 2014 05:07pm

The helplessness of seeing innocent angels death tolls increasing by the minute and knowing you cannot do anything about it. A sorrow that even weeping cannot justify-Peshawar carnage !

Indian Punjabi
Dec 16, 2014 05:07pm

Very sorry and sad to hear. May the departed souls rest in peace. We can not even think about pain the parents, families and school children may be going through. Heart filled deep condolences from India.

Syed Danish Ali
Dec 16, 2014 05:07pm

The helplessness of seeing innocent angels death tolls increasing by the minute and knowing you cannot do anything about it. A sorrow that even weeping cannot justify-Peshawar carnage !

Akashvani
Dec 16, 2014 05:09pm

Very sad and disheartening news..RIP..

Vijay
Dec 16, 2014 05:09pm

Terrorists are just very bad people. Religion is the cover they use, which is one reason why every nation needs to be secular - truly.

My heart breaks thinking about the mothers, fathers and siblings of those students who died today. May they have the courage to face the reality that has been shot down into their hands.

Z khan
Dec 16, 2014 05:09pm

TTP has failed. These were the jihadis that were supposed to fight NATO forces? Cowards one to all, all they can do is kill women and children.

Rajamani
Dec 16, 2014 05:10pm

Punish the guilty. Enough of soft handling. This must be brought to an end. Terrorism has no religion.

fes
Dec 16, 2014 05:10pm

My heart goes out to everyone who lost their lives. These cowards have no heart. They are our children. Please pray for all the ones who lost their lives and for the speedy recovery for those who are injured.

Amit
Dec 16, 2014 05:10pm

What a tragedy !!!! How can the talibanis sleep at night after killing these innocent children.Pray for the families.

RB
Dec 16, 2014 05:10pm

My Heartfelt condolences for victims of this tragedy. May God help the families of departed in dealing with this unimaginable loss.

Navin
Dec 16, 2014 05:12pm

Extremely senseless and painful act by mindless barbarians.. Condolences to families who had to bear the loss of their loved one. We all need to realise that there is no way out rather than drop the hypocrisy and work together with real-intention to root out terrorism and extremism of any form without differentiating them as "Good" or "Bad". There can not be any "Good" terrorists..

Vishnu
Dec 16, 2014 05:12pm

That is inhuman, may the victims rest in peace. Sad.

Robinson
Dec 16, 2014 05:14pm

Deeply saddened... no words to express my pain.

bhuwan kabduwal
Dec 16, 2014 05:14pm

The humanity of certain section in our society has lost all its senses..My heart goes to all parents who have lost a part of their soul to such heinous act.

Involvement of incumbent government to divert the ongoing agitation by Imran Khan can not be denied....The politics is so much deep in the gutter these days and anything is possible.

Ahsan
Dec 16, 2014 05:14pm

Let us stand together in mourning for the young who lost their lives today and resolve to eradicate terrorism from our country... Vigil for Peshawar School Attack on Innocent Children Today at 8:00pm Liberty Chowk

abdul
Dec 16, 2014 05:14pm

These ttp animals fighting for what???? Pakistan government should take strongest possible terms. If I see another ttp supporter I will not treat them as human beings. My heart is wearing for the innocents. There is no place for senseless barbaric animals in the civil society.

Abdul Shakoor
Dec 16, 2014 05:14pm

While country is at war with Taliban why not the soft targets like schools, hospitals, courts, masjid be well protected, with lots of soldiers, not few. The boundary walls shall have vast area as plain land,all around, then wire fencing. This should be seen thru CCTV by security people.

The Leaders of the country who are and were in favor of talks with Taliban should be immediately removed. Our such leaders have no vision and not wise enough to know that these people are heartless creatures on earth.

But our Leaders spend Nation's money on their luxurious houses like palaces, bullet and bomb proof cars for themselves and their families But these small children are left with very small security in the region where war is going on. This area particularly must be put under very high security and protection. These Taleban can come anytime from the mountains in area around.

Our thoughts and heart are with the families/parents.

Puru
Dec 16, 2014 05:15pm

Condolence from India. These visuals are devastating. May no one else ever has to see this kind of barbarism again.

Riz
Dec 16, 2014 05:15pm

Hearts beat out. Very very saddened day today. May Allah give the souls peace and give hardest hardest punnishment to these terrorist. Pak Army didn't killed your children. You kill them daily.

Deepak Talwar
Dec 16, 2014 05:15pm

I have just read this very tragic news and my eyes are full of tears. My heart bleeds for these children and their families.

asif iqbal
Dec 16, 2014 05:17pm

each and every taliban should be killed just on proving that he belongs to taliban, no court, no law formalities...... just kill them

Robinson
Dec 16, 2014 05:17pm

Deeply saddened....... no words to express my pain. My heartfelt condolences.

Gopal Verma
Dec 16, 2014 05:17pm

No words can describe the anger and disgust. These losers shower their bravery to innocent kids. Shameless!!

knowledge
Dec 16, 2014 05:18pm

My heartiest condolence to all the Muslim Nation! respected bro & sis! Three groups are responsible for this tragic incident : 1.those who are directly involve Talban the killers of 60 thousands innocent people 2. those who support them politically, financially and ideologically 3. those who are silent and spectators

An Indian
Dec 16, 2014 05:19pm

I am reading this page every 10 minutes hoping that figure of dead stops somewhere. It still goes up,84,104,126,130..

Shoaib Wahab
Dec 16, 2014 05:20pm

I am not surprised to see how some fellow countrymen have started accusing PTI for the heart wrenching incident. My prayers go for all the people who have suffered the loss. For the rest who are trying to get the political mileage please note that Naya Pakistan will be a place free of all these in human acts, and we are going to build it from our own blood and sweat since you failed to make one even after repeated tries.... InshAllah

Amer RAO
Dec 16, 2014 05:20pm

Very sad day, Terrorism is Like Cancer in Pakistan. We are paying very very high price for its past involvement in Afghanistan for U.S.A

Vishnu
Dec 16, 2014 05:21pm

Seen many comments. Saying that the perpetrators are not Muslims doesn't solve the problem.

LK
Dec 16, 2014 05:21pm

Feeling sad...

Anirban
Dec 16, 2014 05:22pm

Are they humans or dogs? Bunch of inhuman barbarians.

Condolences from India.

Shovna atri
Dec 16, 2014 05:22pm

From India...What can I say? I can't bear to watch the news or see the pics. My 12 yr old daughter asked me 'if we are not safe in school. where are we safe?'. We offer our prayers from here and pray that the souls of these beautiful and innocent children and people will rest in peace.

Mohammad Akhtar
Dec 16, 2014 05:23pm

May Allah destroy the terrorists from the face of the earth. My prayer are for all human beings whose kids and relatives have lost their lives in this terror attack.

Mahesh Verma, India
Dec 16, 2014 05:23pm

Our hearts are weeping. Our condolences to families and friends. Also need to take care of the kids who are saved as they might go in psychological trauma which imprints deep inside. Son, daughter, brother, sister, mother, father, friends and many other relations are way beyond the religion or national boundary and are nourished by humane values. Every person on the earth has the right to hold these relations. Every person on the earth has the right to be happy, be prosperous. And when such an attack on humanity happens, we need to ask ourselves. Should we tolerate the intolerance? Lastly, my heart for the families of the victims and for the general public of the nation.

Ajay Salvi
Dec 16, 2014 05:24pm

Very very sad news. RIP those who lost their lives in this incident. Our (All Indians) heart is crying after this shameful action by coward terrorists. Prayers for kids who are still fighting with these animals (terrorists) and deep condolences who lost their lives.
All India is praying for safety kids and children and deep condolences who lost their lives.

JoeFromAmerica
Dec 16, 2014 05:24pm

Prayers out to all the parents of these children in Pakistan. I feel for you and pray you find some kind of peace.

kuppudu
Dec 16, 2014 05:27pm

Oh my God. Children are like buds and blossoms, beautiful beings. Who would ever think of snuffing them out. That such a thing did happen is really horrific. I weep for the kids and their parents.

Naveed
Dec 16, 2014 05:27pm

Every Pakistan Child is so beautiful, so precious. They need full protection, full nurturing. This is sad, very sad. It is painful beyond words. Pakistan Children you are our pride our future. May Allah bless you, protect you. This is too much.

Shovna atri
Dec 16, 2014 05:28pm

@Ricky I disagree! Why should the Taliban kill anyone at all?? Even for revenge? First of all, they are not representing anyone in Pak. They are from the neighboring country! Secondly, if they really wish to estb themselves in Pak, contest elections and win seats! What is this method??

Israr
Dec 16, 2014 05:28pm

PAKISTAN Lives in our HEARTS in overseas communities. May Allah bless the victims and their families. May Allah destroy All those who plan Evil actions anywhere in the world. Inshahallah PAK will bounce back BIG from All these setbacks perpetrated from both inside and outside interference since 01. God Bless PAKISTAN

Muhammad Aslam
Dec 16, 2014 05:30pm

These attackers and their ideology is a By-products of Evolution and wild animal disguised as human. No one should even think of bringing them back to humanity through talks or leverage. they should be hunted down and killed at the earliest as do the surgeons hunt down and remove cancer cells from the body. May Allah save Pakistan from this menace.

Owais Mangal
Dec 16, 2014 05:30pm

@raghu Please keep the politics out of kids blood.

Manoj Supekar
Dec 16, 2014 05:30pm

I am a proud Indian and hate Pakistan for supporting terrorists, but this incident has shaken me. These terrorists are nothing but Shaitankiaulaad. Saddened by such a barbaric attack on kids. Cant even imagine what those innocent children's parent must be going through. May God rest their soul in peace and give strength to their near and dear ones to endure the pain.

Pakistani
Dec 16, 2014 05:30pm

Dear Countryman....... I don't know what to say and how to react on the situation..... We can feel the pain but not the same intensity of pain the affected family are feeling...... Being a father, I am standing with all the parents who lost their loved ones......

I am totally speechless..... I saw blood on my hand also ... Coz we all are responsible for this...... MAIRAY ALLAH RAIHAM FARMAIYYAY HAM SAB PAR......... KIA YEHI DIN DEKNA REH GAYA THAAA....

Enough is enough now...... words are not enough..... As a nation we must stand together and kicked these elements out of our community...... I request all authorities not to kill the remaining terrorists .... capture them .... and give them the most severe punishment they can think off..... placing a single bullet in their heads is not enough...... No MERCY to all such type of people.... who stab us from time to time till this moment......

knowledge
Dec 16, 2014 05:31pm

@Taimur My heartiest condolence to all the Muslim Nation! respected bro & sis! Three groups are responsible for this tragic incident : 1.those who are directly involve; Talban the killers of 60 thousands innocent people 2. those who support them politically, financially and ideologically 3. those who are silent and spectators on their barbarism since the beginning.

LS
Dec 16, 2014 05:32pm

My condolences to the parents and relatives of the kids, it is a cowardly act on humanity. Hope this helps Pakistani people decide if there is a good/bad Taliban. Hope they would stand up and eliminate each and everyone of them.

Asfaq
Dec 16, 2014 05:33pm

What is the benefit of having nuclear bomb and such a large army when we are not able to save our own children.Wondering India is our enemy or Taliban and these terrorists.

Balu
Dec 16, 2014 05:34pm

Pakistan should declare itself a SECULAR Democracy and confine religion to Mosques and home and NOT club RELIGION with POLITICS.

Ali-Indian
Dec 16, 2014 05:34pm

some terrorists escaped cutting barbed wire ..... find them 1 terrorist killed is equivalent to 100 innocents rescued !!

satyan
Dec 16, 2014 05:35pm

TeT should be hunted and destroyed.. This is extremely painful.. I am a father and I cant even imagine what the parents of the children must be going through.. My heart goes out to all of them.. What is wrong with these barbaric inhuman people?? What are they trying to achieve?? No religion says to kill innocent children.. We Indians stand completely united with all of our pakistani brothers and sisters in this fight against this evil.. May all the gods of all the religions wreak havoc on these terrorists..

GovindanKutty.k
Dec 16, 2014 05:36pm

It is a very sad moment.let all the pakistanis and the world unite together and fight against terrorism.No religion preaches terrorism.Heart felt condolence to families of died children.

Rajinder
Dec 16, 2014 05:38pm

Extremely sad. My heartfelt sympathy to the families of the children killed by senseless terrorists. Very sad.

Jai
Dec 16, 2014 05:38pm

Heart breaking to see children being targeted !! What kind of humans can kill children?? May God give the parents the courage to tide over this crisis. It brings tears to my eyes just thinking about what the parents must be going through.

Amer RAO
Dec 16, 2014 05:39pm

I humble request from Pakistani politicians (VIPs), dont visit to hospitals, for photo secessions. You should give better instructions from your offices. And please protect other civilians.

Dileep Sadanandhan
Dec 16, 2014 05:40pm

I don't know, what to say... I am totally shocked... No matter its Indian or Pakistani... No matter its Hindu or Muslim... Its all about 100 innocents souls..

SRehman
Dec 16, 2014 05:41pm

Can we please ignore our petty issues about supporting one party or another and just think of the people having to deal with this nightmare? This is a NATIONAL tragedy and all our institutions need to work together to first help those who have suffered and then come up with measures to avoid this ever happening again....this has happened in Pakistan (not KPK or Peshawar or whatever).

Aziz
Dec 16, 2014 05:42pm

Find these evil people whoever and wherever they are and bring them to justice. This is a DEMAND of the Pakistani nation from its government and administration.

Chandresh Modi
Dec 16, 2014 05:43pm

I offer deep condolences against this inhuman and barbaric act committed. We Indians stands with you all our Pakistan brothers and sisters during this tough time. May Allah give strength to all those who have lost their dear ones. RIP.

Santosh
Dec 16, 2014 05:44pm

Never expected militants to go down to such low level and kill children. May the god give strength to all the family and relatives of deceased.

Zeb
Dec 16, 2014 05:45pm

Ya Allah Protect my country from these terrorists.

IndianMafia
Dec 16, 2014 05:46pm

Oh God !!! ....Why can't all the military/army/navy in the world get together and hunt these down once and for all....Instead of doing useless environment G20 Meetings,which doesn't have any value at all..Please...

Ghani K
Dec 16, 2014 05:48pm

How many schools, universities , how many mosques, how many Imam Barghas,how many bridges, hospitals can you guard ? It is no time to make it political issue & blame KPK government. Only solution is to strengthen intelligence and stop these attacks before they take place.

sabu
Dec 16, 2014 05:54pm

strong military action is required

ABHIJIT CHAKRABORTY
Dec 16, 2014 05:54pm

This is going to be the beginning of the end of Taliban.

Nazir Ahmed
Dec 16, 2014 05:58pm

May God perish TTP and their supporters.

Zaheer Khurshid
Dec 16, 2014 05:59pm

Very, very, very sad. We can not even think doing such a cowardly act against children of any religion.

Saj
Dec 16, 2014 06:00pm

I cant explain the grief and rage i am feeling right now !!. Praying for Strength to the families who has suffered the unimaginable loss. We Indians are with you during this crisis and pain !

Anagha
Dec 16, 2014 06:00pm

I am crying after watching the pictures. No words! RIP for innocent who lost their life. We Indians are with you

Robert
Dec 16, 2014 06:00pm

I am not trying to play politics here, but this kind of horrific incident by Muslims in the name of their god Alla is too shocking. What kind of God wants the blood of fellow human beings? Hindus and Christians in India are living in constant fear of Muslims..

What a religion which asks its followers to kill others? I am in deep shock..let the Pak government torture and kill every terrorist in their country, only then will there be justice for the innocent kids..

Zahra Farooq Rizvi
Dec 16, 2014 06:02pm

PTI should hold its next dharna against the Taliban (whose agenda he has been working on) that are destroying Pakistan's fabric.

Venue: Army Public School and College, Warsak Rd, Peshawar, KPK.

Different Thinker
Dec 16, 2014 06:04pm

This war against terrorism would need to be fought through to its logical conclusion. How about instituting a policy that for every such incident no matter where perpetrated by these barbarians, they are made to pay a heavy price with their hideouts bombarded severely, ensuring that militants in multiple times the number who fell victim to their attacks, are eliminated. Relentless pursuit and extermination are the only means that remain.

Futurewizard
Dec 16, 2014 06:04pm

@jahangir Khan This is time of mourning and getting angry to protect our most vulnerable, our future. I'm a Hindu Indian who is so upset with this heinous and cowardly act that my heart is crying.

A shah
Dec 16, 2014 06:04pm

who have created these monsters

Arslan
Dec 16, 2014 06:05pm

I just cannot understand the mindset of the attackers. It is an ultimate form of suicide bombing to destroy the children of the nation. Is that the only aim left for them to destroy the entire nation?

Deepak Yadav
Dec 16, 2014 06:06pm

Shame on those cowards... God will never forgive them for this insanity... RIP Little Angeles

krishna prasad
Dec 16, 2014 06:06pm

It is time to set aside the differences and jointly fight for elimination of terrorists within Pakistan- If necessary, there should be no question to seek help and support from neighboring countries including India, Afghanistan and Iran including china if required to cleanse the area once for all. No normal citizen would be safe in these situations and the area - specially Pakistan became a hotbed of breeding terrorists in the name of religion (although it has no relation to Islam and its teachings). Madness and height of craziness. Time for concerted coalition action to root out the menace from the South Asia.

STANLEY
Dec 16, 2014 06:07pm

Its a great loss for the country. Why kill the kids ??? Go and fight with the commandos. My deep deep sympathy goes out to the parents,brother and sisters who have suffered this pain

RGV
Dec 16, 2014 06:11pm

feeling sad :-( . we indians are with people of pakistan . Time has come to take quick strong action against those who are responsible for this heinous crime. May his soul rest in peace . there should be no human rights for these inhumans .

Syed
Dec 16, 2014 06:11pm

Cold blooded murders....TALIBAN....Now you need carpet bombing !!!

Ashok
Dec 16, 2014 06:13pm

Weeping for the childrens..Wipe these animals out of pakistan, from every part of it.

ROHIT PANDEY
Dec 16, 2014 06:14pm

I once saw a video of a dying Syrian child " I am going to tell god about what you are doing here" a war casualty! Heart wrenching!

This a 1000 times worse!

I want to cry>

Pakistani
Dec 16, 2014 06:17pm

My heart cries over this unfortunate event. Humanity died today. :((

lkhan
Dec 16, 2014 06:19pm

When will the senseless loss of innocent lives to barbarism be a part of our past? Too disheartening for words. All my sympathy to those suffering from this mad vengeance. Will cheer the day Zarb-e-Azb is concluded, leaving Pakistan free of terrorism. What a horrific loss.

bkt
Dec 16, 2014 06:20pm

The terrorists escaped by cutting the wire? In a battle zone surrounded by the armed forces on high alert? I thought I was reading a joke because I cannot understand how this is even possible. So many killed and the murderers escape despite being surrounded. Good God

Clean
Dec 16, 2014 06:21pm

Dear Brothers and Sisters, We Indians are with you in your pain :( . RIP for innocent who lost their life. Fight should be against Poverty and not sure what these People will achieve by doing such sad things

Sreenath
Dec 16, 2014 06:23pm

It is the height of terrorism, no human being can appreciate this attack nor can support the logic, I feel only an inhuman beast or devil can do such heinous act. My heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims, it is such a cruel day for them, may God! give them enough strength to withstand this tragedy.

Manvendra
Dec 16, 2014 06:23pm

Our heart goes out for all of you in Pakistan from India. May Allah give you the strength and courage to come out of this tragedy. Painful to think what the parents must be undergoing.

sumit Indian
Dec 16, 2014 06:27pm

this attack is not on Pakistan even this is a crime against humanity, god....it is hard to believe some one can do that....

ConcerenedPakistani
Dec 16, 2014 06:32pm

These coward savages think they are doing jihad against children who can't protect themselves.This barbaric act should open the eyes of those who were still holding soft corner for these animals.Enough is enough, the army should act swiftly now.Its high time they chase and dig out all those who hatched this plan no matter where they are.

Kumar
Dec 16, 2014 06:33pm

Oh Lord!!!!! It cannot get any worse than this. My heart goes out to all the family members of the victims and people of Pakistan. Poor kids, they don't deserve this :(

Mrityunjoy Choudhury
Dec 16, 2014 06:34pm

Its a really sad to see that how the Talibans are doing this in your country. They think by taking innocent lives of children, they will get blessings of Allah!!!! They are just coward. My heart goes to the families and to the deceased kids.Its really a mourning time for the whole world. MAY THE GOD HELP US BY DESTROYING THESE COWARDS GROUP.

Chaudhry
Dec 16, 2014 06:35pm

Pakistanis, this is your REAL enemy.....get it.....not indians......eliminate these demons....

Black Sabbath
Dec 16, 2014 06:36pm

Very sad, praying for the children & their families!

Mohammad Abul Hosein
Dec 16, 2014 06:39pm

It is horrible, pathetic, unable to speak. Hey Allah save those innocent children. Grant the Jannah to those victims, who lost their life. hey Allah only you can save the human, the mankind. We condemn this brutal attack. Mohammad Abul Hosein Dhaka, Bangladesh

Ram
Dec 16, 2014 06:41pm

sorry guys very sad day indeed for humanity as a father I just can't imagine grief of a parent, how low one can go

ananyo
Dec 16, 2014 06:41pm

No language can express the grief of this barbarous incident.I appeal to the people of Pakistan to throw these extremists and those political parties who have softened voice.We the people from India if make unified attempt can eliminate them.

sid
Dec 16, 2014 06:42pm

Terrible news... Army needs to step up to the task here and deal with these militants properly. Not good enough so far from the Pakistan Army... Zarb-i-azb may have eliminated many militants, but against the death of 130 children, this operation has not been good enough in hindsight. Army needs to pursue these militants as #1 priority and protect its citizens from this kind of carnage in future.

Naseema Perveen
Dec 16, 2014 06:44pm

Wake up Pakistan, lets fight for our rights. Lets fight against these Cannibals.

Aditi
Dec 16, 2014 06:45pm

This is so sad. Desperately hope that those children which are injured pull through

Jamil Doe
Dec 16, 2014 06:46pm

How come TTP's cheerleaders, JUI-F, JI, PTI arent celebrating this wonderful achievement by their brethren?? Its too late to offer condemnations now...

Akhter Husain
Dec 16, 2014 06:47pm

Bay-Gharat,shameless ,beasts,not only the foot attackers but also their mentors,followers and supporters.All politicians are condemning the act and not the attackers, that is, the so called TTP and their MASTERS .IK,JUI and JI, do you still want to talk to them?Do these people deserve any sympathy? Can these rogue,blood thirsty and money hungry animals will ever become peace loving and normal humans?We the Pakistanis want the answer from political leadership..

junaid
Dec 16, 2014 06:47pm

I wonder if this is done by our good Taliban or bad Taliban? Our strategic planners have a soft spot for these types and now what a heavy price to pay.

Man from UNCLE
Dec 16, 2014 06:48pm

Ban the word CONDEMN. Such a cheap word.

Temo Shanko
Dec 16, 2014 06:53pm

OMG 132 innocent children killed. Let everyone in Peshawar line up to donate blood to save lives of injured. It is time that Afganistan, Pakistan and India join hands to wipe out terrorism from this sub continent. There are no good and bad terrorists. Lesson must be learnt otherwise history will not excuse those in power. They are equally guilty of not taking suitable action. Peace be in the region.

zeeshan
Dec 16, 2014 06:55pm

welcome to naya pakistan... with the best policing system of the world.. shame on you coward imran

Merchant
Dec 16, 2014 06:55pm

Which ever politician from whichever political party will rule Pakistan for a very long time if he prosecutes and execute perpetrators of such a heinous crime against humanity. The perpetrator could be Taliban or eny from within or as usual naaalo afraad. Current lot of politicians are good for nothing.

RITESH
Dec 16, 2014 06:55pm

absolutely no words for mourn ...., this can't be done by humans , anyway we can only feel bad and get irritated ,rip

m ashraf
Dec 16, 2014 06:56pm

Very sad and heart-broken event. We will defeat these terrorists and militants by sacrifice of our beloved children. Strong condemnation of all these terrorists TTP and all their supporters.

Faisal
Dec 16, 2014 06:57pm

No more Jaish, Lashkar or Sipha. They should all be eliminated. Zia's ghost is coming back to haunt us. Our hearts bleed on this dastardly act.

Sudarshan
Dec 16, 2014 06:59pm

What is going on???

I don't have words to express my regret.

RIP the dead and wish speedy recovery to injured.

singh
Dec 16, 2014 06:59pm

Terrorism in all forms must end. Pakistan must realize that fostering terrorism against India would one day back fire at them, like today attack. They must realize that Hafiz Saeed is a terrorist and would back fire at them sooner or later. May god bless Pakistan.. With condolences from your loving neighbour..

Akhter Husain
Dec 16, 2014 07:00pm

@Neeraj We do not need to beg these beasts.

AS
Dec 16, 2014 07:01pm

it's such a heartbreaking news for everyone who feels human. Such a shameful and inhumane act.

Ravi
Dec 16, 2014 07:03pm

These barbaric is in the name of 'GOD'..!!!?? Even animals will be more kind to kids.... How could they point the guns to innocent children...

Talha
Dec 16, 2014 07:06pm

@bhuwan kabduwal What you are saying might be a possibility but right now we need to just pray for our brothers and sisters. This isn't the time to discuss politics.

AS
Dec 16, 2014 07:06pm

It's such a heartbreaking news for everyone who feels human. Such an inhumane act. May Allah give the effected people strength to bear the loss and may Allah protect us all.

Karthik
Dec 16, 2014 07:07pm

Nothing is more painful than reading about the sad way these innocents have been butchered.

Hearts and Prayers with the parents and families of the ones who lost the loved ones today. We weep with you my brothers and sisters at this tragic and senseless loss of our innocents.

Sam
Dec 16, 2014 07:07pm

I am broken. No words.

Wasiq
Dec 16, 2014 07:10pm

We have failed! Pakistan has failed in protecting our children. We are collectively to be blamed for letting this menace take hold of our lives. I am absolutely out of words to say anything. Humanity at it's absolute worst! Thoughts and prayers to the families for this unimaginable loss because they are forever scarred. Pakistan has to fight but the fight has to start in our national mindset and in our individual psyche. We have no choice but to get rid of this evil, which is slowly taken over our society like a virus. #fightbackPakistan

MM
Dec 16, 2014 07:13pm

This attack on innocent children can not be justified on the basis of any thought process. Its a barbaric act of terror which is conducted by beasts who does not possess any feeling. Desperate time calls for desperate measures. This attack on humanity calls for a joint effort from all the nations who call them civilized to forget their personal differences and eliminate parasite of terrorism from this world.

M. Malik
Dec 16, 2014 07:16pm

What a shame~ Once again, we see armed police show up at the scene of the carnage, AFTER the attack was over!

A A
Dec 16, 2014 07:16pm

Please,, Can any body let me know :what is the meaning of TALIBAN:

Tribhuawan negi
Dec 16, 2014 07:23pm

I can't believe this. This pathetic, barbaric and cowardice act. These terrorist are monsters to be eliminated soon from the face of the earth

najam
Dec 16, 2014 07:26pm

This is so heart-wrenching. I pray for the souls of the deceased as well as hope that the injured are treated promptly and that they recover soon.I also pray that no fatalities occur.I offer condolences the families of the deceased,and pray that Allah Almighty gives them courage in their hour of grief.

Rajesh Dhawan
Dec 16, 2014 07:27pm

Very sad to hear this news. May the dead find eternal peace.

Anwar
Dec 16, 2014 07:29pm

These terrorist are enemies of mankind! they are animals and cancer to the Earth.

Indian
Dec 16, 2014 07:30pm

Dear Pakistanis, we are with you. Hope the almighty bring peace to the region.

Faisal
Dec 16, 2014 07:30pm

Completely devastated for the children and their families. May Allah bless their souls and give term eternal rest in heavens and bless their parents with patience to bear this tragedy. Ameen!!!

Rakesh M. G
Dec 16, 2014 07:42pm

A very very sad and cruel work by the terrorists. My condolences to the people of Pakistan. Hope this event becomes a turning point in the fight against all terrorists, whether good or bad. R.I.P dear children.

zeeshan
Dec 16, 2014 07:48pm

Dear Army and proud soldiers the whole nation stands by you . Chase these beasts till their last breath. They are coward and cannot face you.

Sam Kapoor
Dec 16, 2014 07:51pm

It's heartbreaking. For those who have children give them an extra hug and kiss coz lot of Pakistan families can't do that tonight.

Ramesh Krishnan
Dec 16, 2014 07:54pm

We are with you Pakistan in this difficult situation..Its our children..Lets pray for them together..

Anand
Dec 16, 2014 07:55pm

My heart bleeds for innocent little children who were to live and become future of the nation and the world.

Dear Pakistani brothers, we are with you at this time of grief. May God give strength for the families who lost their dearest ones.

Saima Khan Niazi
Dec 16, 2014 07:58pm

PK govt is failed. they should take resign right now

remember when train accident incurred IK gave example of west and ask minister to resign

BK
Dec 16, 2014 08:01pm

Keep aside all difference and form a regional coalition of Pak, India, Afghanistan to eliminate terrorists.

Yakoob
Dec 16, 2014 08:04pm

Pakistanis keep your heads high, Pakistan will defeat the evil and barbaric people. We in The United Kingdom pray for the nation and it's inhabitants. We solemnly pray for Pakistan.

Adeel
Dec 16, 2014 08:05pm

First of all my KIND request to everyone: Don't make this political - PTI vs Q vs What Ever. May Allah give this country the courage and strength to get by this difficult time. May Allah give the parents of these shaheed children the courage. Enough is enough.

Riz
Dec 16, 2014 08:07pm

This is not the problem of KPK Govt. This issue is since long and its national issue. Politicizing at this time really give bad image. KPK Govt is not responsible.

Zubair
Dec 16, 2014 08:12pm

Inna Lillahae Ilaihae Rajeoon. We seek for GOD's Merci and Wisdom in this situation of extreme greif for our generations

Deepak Kumar
Dec 16, 2014 08:13pm

:(

The saddest news of recent times. These terrorists should be obliterated.

Dear Pakistan, more courage to you.

  • an Indian
rajesh malik
Dec 16, 2014 08:13pm

I am in deep pain.

Sreenivas
Dec 16, 2014 08:21pm

Sad day for the humanity !

Rob
Dec 16, 2014 08:22pm

RIP. Stay strong for the parents who lost their kids to the coward animals.

waseem
Dec 16, 2014 08:23pm

Shame on those who are supporting & funding these terrorists. Its time they dig a grave & bury themselves alive.

Kaam
Dec 16, 2014 08:27pm

This tragidy can't be expressed in any words or any other form. Sorry to see that innocent kids lost their lives and their parents have to face this day.

Greg Leichty
Dec 16, 2014 08:30pm

It is time for Afghanistan and Pakistan to form an alliance to come up with a regional solution and then dedicate all the resources and effort needed to restore real peace.

Asif Kashmiri
Dec 16, 2014 08:33pm

I thank our indian brothers and sisters to share our pain. United we stand !

Alfa Romeo
Dec 16, 2014 08:37pm

Very Sad News..

Liberal Indian
Dec 16, 2014 08:38pm

Heart wrenching to see young lives lost. May god give strength to their families. These monsters and their poisonous thoughts need to be eradicated.

Odin
Dec 16, 2014 08:41pm

@Salman Khan Wrong, I am from Norway and notice a lot, also this.

anony
Dec 16, 2014 08:47pm

We are with you Pak Army.

Stella Raddison
Dec 16, 2014 08:47pm

Very sad... END ALL forms of TERRORISM NOW!!!!!!!!

Rashid Nasim
Dec 16, 2014 08:49pm

GOD; please help us all.

Karan
Dec 16, 2014 08:50pm

Such barbaric people are India's enemies too ...I urge PM Modi to assist Pak army in eliminating them

Ashok
Dec 16, 2014 08:59pm

Wipe out all terrorist.

Srikanth Iyer
Dec 16, 2014 09:00pm

Praying for the families. Nothing we do or say will ever fill the massive void they will feel for the rest of their lives.

Nikhil
Dec 16, 2014 09:02pm

I am really sorry for your loss my dear brothers and sisters. I strongly condemn the killing of innocent children. Sad day in human history. Somehow I am #LosingFaithinHumanity.

Ashu - Indian
Dec 16, 2014 09:08pm

Very sad news....... Its really too painful to hear this news.. May god provide strength to the parents of demised children to bear this huge loss...

I request all my Indian friends not to defame Pakistan for any thing at this point of moment and let's pray for the peace of children's soul...

God bless Pakistan...

IM
Dec 16, 2014 09:14pm

May Allah bless these children. TTP is not Pakistani's, they should be name as TTD or TTDG as they are Tehrik Taliban Dahshat Gard.

Solaiman Talut
Dec 16, 2014 09:14pm

Please accept my deep condolences for those who were killed in the "national tragedy" happened yesterday. I am very sad to hear this. I am not a Pakistani citizen, even though this incidence couldn’t stop me to feel sorry.

No mercy to those who kill these innocent children, no mercy at all! Bring them to the justice; let them stand with lower their face in front of law.

Hello Pakistan Army, it's your call now - let the world know that you're not cowards. Don’t bother about internal politics of Pakistan, the mass people of Pakistan are with you without any doubt and they know Pakistan Army is always with them. The world is with you on this fight and InShahAllah, you’ll win.

Imran Malik
Dec 16, 2014 09:14pm

This is a really sad day. May these children rest in peace. The supporters of TTP i.e. JI and IK should be held accountable. All the madrassahas should be closed. These are beasts in beards pure and simple. All the maulanas should be held accountable...

Disturbed
Dec 16, 2014 09:15pm

Extremely horrific! Being a mother my heart is ripping. I don't want condemnation from anyone, I want them finished...forever. Wake up nation they are after our children now. Stop having a soft corner for such people. No ifs and buts, they have to be eliminated.

Zainullah Khan
Dec 16, 2014 09:18pm

@JAYESH KURUP Thank you from a Pakistani JAYESH, you are too right.

Pakistani
Dec 16, 2014 09:19pm

@Gordon D Walker Thank you very much.

We appreciate your solidarity very much at this very painful time

ajit paldhe
Dec 16, 2014 09:24pm

I really feel sad about victims and unfortunate families.

Parag
Dec 16, 2014 09:24pm

My dear Pakistani brothers - I am an indian. Your loss is our loss. These are our children and our future that died today.

Lets not let these terrorist win. May God bless their souls and may these parents find peace in their lives.

ajit paldhe
Dec 16, 2014 09:25pm

I really feel sad about victims and unfortunate families.

ajit paldhe
Dec 16, 2014 09:26pm

I feel sad for victims and their families.

Vishal Bhatnagar
Dec 16, 2014 09:26pm

I condemn these monsters who have massacred innocent children. As a father I can imagine the pain this tragedy would have caused the families of the victims. May God ease their pain and provide a place in heaven to the deceased innocents.

Whatever
Dec 16, 2014 09:27pm

We, the people in China, hope to express our deepest sympathy abou