Srinagar, Apr 11: Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Asiya Andrabi on Wednesday expressed deep concern over the occurrence of avalanche that hit the Pakistan army base on Siachen Glacier on Saturday burying 135 army men.
“All Kashmiri Muslims are grieved over the death of army personnel in the incident and share grief with Pakistan nation,” said Asiya in a statement, appealing Pakistan to declare the painful incident as national tragedy.
She has also appealed to the Imams of Masjids to offer special prayers for deceased army men.
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