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Google pays tribute to the victims of Quetta Attack

(Last Updated On: 09/08/2016)

The suicide attack at a hospital in Quetta killed at least 70 people on Monday after Balochistan Bar Association (BBA) President Bilal Anwar Kasi was gunned down by militants, following which the lawyers across the province were staging the protest and media was also spot on there.

Maximum people who lost lives are identified as lawyers whereas several media men also left the immortal world due to the incident.

Terrorism increasing worldwide has rose as a big threat, and solidarity with each other at the moment of grief has always been highly-appreciated.



As the world mourned the heinous terrorist attack, that is said to be initiated by ISIS. The tech giant, Google also paid tribute to the martyrs of Quetta Attack.

Google marks the memorable days or events with its Doodle, paid tribute to the Quetta attack victims using it.

Pakistanis visiting google would see the lit candle in memory of the victims at Google homepage.

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On the other hand social media giant, Facebook also enabled the ‘Security Check’ feature right after the suicide attack in Quetta so the people at sight would tell that whether they are safe or not.

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