No Pakistani amongst these killed in Karbala stampede, says FO

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ISLAMABAD: Overseas Workplace (FO) spokesperson Dr Muhamamd Faisal Wednesday mentioned there is no such thing as a Pakistani amongst these killed in a stampede in Karbala.

In an announcement, the spokesperson mentioned Pakistan Embassy Camp Workplace in Karbala is carefully monitoring the scenario.

The spokesperson prolonged honest condolences to the bereaved households and prayed for the speedy restoration of the injured.

At the very least 31 pilgrims died Tuesday in a stampede at a serious shrine in Iraq’s Karbala the place they had been marking the holy day of Ashura, the well being ministry mentioned in a brand new toll.

Ministry spokesman Saif al-Badr had mentioned the toll might rise even additional, as one other 100 individuals had been injured together with 10 in important situation.

The incident occurred towards the top of the Ashura procession, inflicting panic and a stampede.

It’s the deadliest stampede in current historical past throughout Ashura when Shia pilgrims from around the globe swarm Karbala to commemorate the martyrdom of Hussein — Prophet Muhammed’s (PBUH) grandson.

In 2005, a minimum of 965 pilgrims heading to the Imam Kadhim shrine in Baghdad throughout a unique vacation died after rumours of a suicide bomber within the crowd sparked a mass stampede.



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