Lahore Blast: Kind Gestures Of These Foreigners Will Leave You Teary-Eyed

Lahore Blast: Kind Gestures Of These Foreigners Will Leave You Teary-Eyed

Lahore explosions: The unfortunate incident that took place in Lahore on the occasion of Easter shook the entire world. Many foreigners complained that international media did not give enough coverage to the incident and they got to know about it through Twitter and other social media platforms.

Various countries also displayed solidarity with the victims of Lahore blast:

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A hotel in USA displayed solidarity with Pakistan.

The Mayor of Toronto, John Tory, lit up the sign in remembrance of the victims. He clarified the sign was not lit earlier due to technical difficulties, and that there would be a vigil at Queen’s Park for the victims.

The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, also left a message signifying solidarity with the blast victims.

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Many celebrities also posted messages to share the grief:

Bollywood Actor, Producer and Director, Rishi Kapoor:

Indian film director and tv personality, Karan Johar:

 

Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau:

There is no escape from a nightmare such as this without a firm resolve to stand united and to extend every hand possible, giving all the support we, as Pakistanis, can. 

 

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