PPP leader condoles with aggrieved family of martyred peacekeeper

World Oct, 3 2022
PPP leader condoles with aggrieved family of martyred peacekeeper
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ISLAMABAD: Minister for Climate Change Sherry Rehman sent her condolences to aggrieved family of Havaladar Babar Siddique who embraced martyrdom in line of duty during a UN peacekeeping mission in Democratic Republic of Congo.

“I extend my heartfelt condolences to wife and children of Havaldar Babar Siddique and send my prayers in this difficult time. Losing a husband, father and son is heartbreaking and I wish family strength and stand with them in this time of grief.” she said in a statement received. She said, “Our soldiers on frontlines play a crucial part in upholding Pakistan’s duty to peacekeeping missions. Havaldar Babar Siddique’s martyrdom will not have been in vain as he was standing tall for his country.”

“We stand with family of this brave son of soil and pray that he receives highest standing in Heaven. His duty to his country was fulfilled and he will remain an inspiration to all those who had honour of knowing him.”

Pakistan has been serving UN peacekeeping missions since 1960 in Congo and so far more than 200,000 Pakistani soldiers have participated in 60 missions in 28 countries. It has lost 171 personnel in efforts to restore peace and stability in some of world’s most turbulent regions.

Published in The Daily National Courier, October, 03 2022

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