People and Government of Japan grieved over Mastung carnage, Ambassador writes to CM


QUETTA (6AM Report): The Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Wada Mitsuhiro has expressed deep grief and sorrow over the loss of precious lives in the suicide blast of Mastung.

In a condolence letter written to the caretaker Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki, the Japanese ambassador expressed deep sympathy and solidarity with the aggrieved families of the Mastung carnage and people of Balochistan on behalf of the people and government of Japan.

He said that the government and people of Japan are deeply grieved over the loss of precious lives in the Mastung carnage.

He said that the incidents of terrorism like Mastung blast are very condemnable, and as such we hope that the government of Pakistan would improve further the security arrangements for prevention of such acts of terrorism in future.

The Japanese ambassador also prayed and expressed best wishes for the early recovery of those injured in the blast.

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