UK will stand with Pakistan against terror


British Home Secretary Theresa May, visiting Police Lines Headquarters along with Interior Affairs Minister Rehman Malik, met with families of victims of terrorism and acknowledged sacrifices of martyrs.
Talking with journalists, Theresa said that UK recognised that Pakistan has made greater sacrifices in fighting terrorism than any other country and she confirmed that the UK would stand with Pakistan to combat terrorism and extremism.
She also expressed sympathy with the families of those who have sacrificed their precious lives in the war against terrorism. Around 36,000 Pakistanis including 3,500 policemen have laid down their lives in the war against terror.
Earlier, Rehman Malik and Theresa May met with the families of victims of terrorism and acknowledged the sacrifices of martyrs. Upon their arrival at the headquarters, they were presented guard of honour and also laid wreath at the monument.


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