We don’t need more, What we need is the worth of one we lost. (Aitzaz Hasan, 15-Year-Old Martyr)

Yes of course I’m in rights of giving Nishan-i-Haider to late Aitizaz Hasan, who sacrifices his life while trying to prevent a suicide attack on his school. As the rounds of giving him award (Nishan-i-Haider) got the top place in our social media; but now it’s time for the government of Pakistan to seriously think on this issue, What if this young man wasn’t there? We could have lost many innocent souls at Government High School Ibrahimzai in Hangu.

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State of Pakistan must award Nishan-i-Haider to brave Shaheed Aitezaz, but now it’s time to take some serious action about war on terrorism in Pakistan, we have already lost millions of Muslims, majority of innocent kids in suicide bombing. Aitizaz Hassan stood his ground and got hold of the bomber who then detonated his vest and save around 500 of his fellows at school, A true hero died yesterday protecting his classmates but is there anyone in Pk government who can play the same role for the rest of our country and saves us from this difficult time. I saw lots of people on our social media saying “we have million Aitizaz” but the point is we don’t need more Aitzazs, Not one or one million. What we need is the worth of the one we lost.

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2 thoughts on “We don’t need more, What we need is the worth of one we lost. (Aitzaz Hasan, 15-Year-Old Martyr)

  1. As humanity continues to overpopulate the Earth, forcing people to live in closer and closer proximity to each other, I think it’s going to get worse before it gets better. In fact, I think it’s not going to get better. The best days will always be behind us.

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