Telecom and It Industries express sarrow over the Peshawar Massacre

ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT )

Telecom community also called off their operations for two days on this tragic accident. Although they are on duties but their usual business activities are either called off or unofficially dismissed. Ad campaigns from telecom companies have been stopped.

Telenor’s CEO sent a condolence email to all employees and said that that all Telenor offices will observe one minute silence at 11:30 AM, followed by Fateha. Mobilink had activated its blood camps in Peshawar yesterday, while it has also pulled back its AD campaigns.

The Pakistan Computer Association (PCA) on behalf of its nationwide members expresses its profound shock and deep sense of grief over the grisly massacre of 141 people including 131 innocent school children during the terrorists attack on a school in Peshawar yesterday. The PCA strongly denounces the brutal attack and expresses its deep sympathy with the bereaved families and pray to Almighty Allah to give courage and patience to the victims’ families to bear this irreparable loss of precious lives. The entire IT business community shares its deepest sorrow
over the sad incident.

Like ProPakistani and More Magazine have decided to suspend operations for two days i.e. for today (Wednesday) and tomorrow (Thursday) to mourn Peshawar incident and to show solidarity with the martyrs. The Telecoalert.com also joined to share deep sense of grief over the grisly massacre of 141 people including 131 innocent school children during the terrorists attack. We also suspended service.

 

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