QUETTA    -   Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo on Monday expressed grief and sorrow over the helicopter crash in which six troops including two officers of Paki­stan Army embraced martyrdom. 

In a statement issued here on Monday, he said: “I am deeply saddened by the life loss of two officers and 4 personnel of Pakistan Army in the helicopter crash.” Paying homage to the martyrs of Pakistan Army, he said, “It has been the distinction of the Pakistan Army to lay down their lives for the country and the na­tion. Martyrs who sacrificed their lives while fulfill­ing their duties are the glory of the nation. The whole nation salutes the martyrs.”

The chief minister prayed for the departed souls and grant of patience to the families of the martyrs. As per ISPR, Major Muneeb Afzal, Major Khurram Shehzad, Sube­dar Abdul Wahid, Naik Jaleel, Sepoy Muhammad Imran and Sepoy Shoaib embraced martyrdom when their heli­copter crashed in the Harnai district of Balochistan. 

JAMALI EXTENDS SORROW OVER HELICOPTER CRASH

Sardarzada Mir Faisal Khan Jamali on Monday extend­ed grief and sorrow over the army helicopter accident in Harnai area of Balochistan. In a statement issued here, Ja­mali said that he was deeply saddened by the martyrdom of two army officers and four personnel in the accident.

Sardarzada Jamali said that sacrificing lives for the country is the distinction of the army. The martyred of­ficers who sacrificed their lives while performing their duties are heroes of the nation. “May the Almighty raise the ranks of the martyred troops and grant patience to the bereaved families,” he prayed.