Ordinary Pakistanis share defiant messages in wake of Lahore attack

People flocked to the hospitals ready to donate blood and help in any way they could

News Desk March 28, 2016
An injured Pakistani child victim of a suicide blast rests in a hospital in Lahore on March 28, 2016. PHOTO: AFP

In the wake of the Lahore attack, thousands of Pakistanis have sent a strong message to those responsible for the carnage.

At least 72 lives were lost and more than 233 were injured when a suicide bomber blew up in a crowded park in Lahore where Christians were celebrating Easter.

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Muslims and Christians alike not only grieved with the victims' families but also flocked to hospitals ready to donate blood and help in any way they could.

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A cab booking service joined the relief effort and started offering free rides to anyone wishing to donate blood

This Twitter user summed it perfectly:



Shakil Ahmed | 5 years ago | Reply You can kill us but you can never defeat us!
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