Peshawar school attack: MP actors condemn bloodshed, brutality
As mass funerals of nearly 142 people, most of them children, who were massacred by the Tehreek-e-Taliban at a military school in Peshawar leaves a scar on humanity, some known faces from MP join the world in condemning the brutal attack.india Updated: Dec 18, 2014 19:34 IST
As mass funerals of nearly 142 people, most of them children, who were massacred by the Tehreek-e-Taliban at a military school in Peshawar leaves a scar on humanity, some known faces from Madhya Pradesh join the world in condemning the brutal attack and paying homage to the victims.
This is the height of savagery: Neeraj Malviya (TV actor)
I woke up to the news of the horrific incident and it shook me from within. It is difficult to believe how some people can be so insensitive. The incident makes me feel sick and disgusted. I wonder how people can commit such a ghoulish act. All the wrongs that are being done in the name of religion around the globe need to be set right soon if we wish to save humanity.
Brutality has crossed all limits: Sharad Kelkar (Actor and TV anchor)
We have heard of countless terror attacks but that people could target children was something unfathomable. There is no word to describe such an incident. Brutality has crossed all limits and it is getting worse than the worst. How can our own species do something so appalling?
It is undoubtedly the ugliest thing to have ever happened: Shahwar Ali (Model-turned-actor)
I have been feeling so low since I heard of the attack. They were innocent kids who had gone to school like any other day. None of them would have thought a normal day would turn out to be the scariest of their lives. It is undoubtedly the ugliest thing to have ever happened across the globe.
No religion teaches brutality: Umar Sharif (Model)
The incident is the worst in the history of mankind. It is sad that people are carrying out such demonic acts in the name of religion. No religion teaches brutality and it is only lack of education or perhaps wrong teaching that makes perpetrators do something so ghastly.
It is a black day for me: Rafi Malik (TV actor)
No religion teaches killing people. This is sheer act of manipulating religion for personal benefits. It is a black day for me. I think a lot needs to be done in terms of safety and security of people so that any such untoward incident can be averted in future.
This is worse than a nightmare: Parineeta Seth (TV actor)
I have a child and this incident has shook me completely. I feel scared to let my child move out of the house. Nothing can justify such an act. This is worse than a nightmare.
Stringent and immediate action is required: Zaan Khan (TV actor)
Innocent students lost their lives for no reason. I wonder what the crestfallen parents must be going through. It is high time strict and quick action is taken against the culprits.
First Published: Dec 18, 2014 19:26 IST