FPCCI condemns terror attacks in Sri Lanka

KARACHI: Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) on Monday condemned brutal act of terrorism in Sri Lanka claiming around 290 lives.

In a statement Engr. Daroo Khan Achakzai, FPCCI President strongly condemned the coward and brutal act of terrorism on luxury hotels and Churches holding Easter Services in Sri-Lanka, killing nearly 290 innocent people – including dozens of foreigners – and injuring nearly 500 people, including Pakistanis in a series of eight devastating bomb blasts on Sunday.

The Chief of FPCCI, an apex body of the trade and industry in the country, expressed his deepest and profound condolence on behalf of the business community and the people of Pakistan in the wake of terrorist attacks in Sri-Lanka.

He conveyed sympathies for the bereaved families on lost of their loved one in tragic incidents and prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured.

The FPCCI President recalled, “Being a victim of protracted terrorism, Pakistan fully understands the pain of their Sri Lankan brethren and stands in complete solidarity with Sri-Lanka in their hour of grief.”

Ackhazi hoped that the people of Sri Lanka would prevail unity and interfaith harmony amongst their ranks and files and the ugly attempts to destabilize their country would be crushed and foiled.

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