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KARACHI, Sept 23 (INP): The Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International and former Federal Minister for human rights, Ansar Burney has strongly condemned Terrorist attack on historical 'All Saint's Church' in Peshawar's Kohati gate area and killing of dozens of innocent Christians during Sunday prayer. Ansar Burney said after the APC and friendship message and support from Pakistan Government and later release of terrorist prisoners (Killers of humanity), Shahadat of Pak Army General, Colonel, Army man and now attack on Church should open eyes of those who still believe in friendship with Taliban militants. He demanded for the immediate arrest of the master mind militant who planned this horrible attack on a Church in Peshawar during prayer. INP/AH/SB
 
 
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