LAHORE (Staff Report) – Latest discussion of micro-blogging website Twitter is about martyred Punjab Home Minister Shuja Khanzada who has been killed in a suicide bomb attack on his political office in Attock on Sunday. Thousands of tweeps took it to twitter to pay homage to deceased Punjab Home Minister using multiple hashtags.
Minutes after the attack hashtag attock (#Attock) became the trending topic in Pakistan while hashtag Pakistan Salutes Shuja Khanzada (#PakistanSalutesShujaKhanzada) and hashtag Khanzada Mission Will Continue (#KhanzadaMissionWillContinue) were used after the death of Shuja Khanzada was confirmed by officials.
Twitter user not only paid tribute to former Pakistan Army Colonel but they also reaffirmed their resolve against terrorists. Tweeps maintained that such attacks cannot make Pakistani nation retreat in fight against militancy but they will continue this war with even more determination.
Few of the thousands tweets are as following:
Condemning terrorist attk on Pb Home Min,#COAS directed int agencies help find perpetrators.Such dastardly coward attempts cant dent our-1/2
— AsimBajwaISPR (@AsimBajwaISPR) August 16, 2015
Grieved to learn of Shuja Khanzada’s martyrdom. He was one of the founding mbrs of PTI & travelled with me in the early days galvanising ppl
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) August 16, 2015
Fearless man Colonel (r) Shuja Khanzada Martyrd.He was doing hard work fr eliminating terrorism from Pakistan. #PakistanSalutesShujaKhanzada
— Syed Shaharyar Naqvi (@shaharyarnaqvi2) August 16, 2015
— #RIP Shuja Khanzada (@TigerTanoli) August 16, 2015
Dear Terrorists, Pak has million of True Patriots ,Daring personalities. Akhir kb tk marte raho ge? #PakistanSalutesShujaKhanzada
— Zaryab Ali (@Zaryab_Natt) August 16, 2015
— Tayyaba (@Tayabaijaz) August 16, 2015
— Voice Of Balochistan (@ProudOnPAK) August 16, 2015
— Steel Man (@Steel_Man_Usman) August 16, 2015
— Anam Tanvir Abbasi (@XeniaRoxen) August 16, 2015
— Senator Faisal Abidi (@SenFaisalAbidi) August 16, 2015
— Trends in Pakistan (@PakTrendStats) August 16, 2015