ISLAMABAD — As a tribute to 136 APS children who were massacred by terrorists last month, Pakistan Army has hit back at the perpetrators with a moving video message from a child that they cannot frighten them.
The song surfaced after the country witnessed its worst terror attack on December 16. The attack claimed lives of 136 school children. The Taliban had massacred students in cold blood at an army public school in Peshawar, capital of Pakistan’s northwest province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The video song has already garnered over 11,000 views on YouTube. Watch the video here:
The lyrics make the listeners emotional:
“Main aisi qoum se hoon jis kay woh bachchon se darta hai,
bara dushman bana phirta hai jo bachchon se larta hai.”
(I am from a nation whose children frighten him.
He walks around as a huge enemy, he who targets children).”
The song, released this week by the media wing “Inter-Services Public Relations” of Pakistan military, first appeared on social media and has been later picked up by major TV channels that have been playing it repeatedly.
It has been sung in a young child’s voice and conveys a message of conviction and resilience from a student to extremists in response to the massacre that terrorists cannot frighten them from going to schools anymore.
The over three-and-a-half minute long video shows determined faces of children singing and holding posters that display slogans of conviction and solidarity and ends with showing a principal welcoming the students back to school.
In addition to the video song, another emotional picture going viral on social media shows a bomb with the message, ” From children of Pakistan to hell bound terrorists”. — pkonweb.com