A Pakistani schoolboy who died interlude a self-murder bomber from aggressive his propagandize has been endorsed for a country’s tip municipal award, a provincial military arch said.
On Friday, Nasir Khan Durrani recommended Aitezaz for Pakistan’s tip municipal endowment – Sitara-e-Imtiaz.
Aitezaz Hassan, 15, tackled a bomber as he attempted to enter a supervision propagandize in a northwestern range of Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa. Hassan and a bomber died, though no other students or staff were hurt, military said.
“Though we mislaid my honeyed son we have no bewail for what he has done. He has finished a drastic pursuit and we am unapproachable of his bravery,” Mujahid Ali, Aitezaz’s father, told Reuters news agency.
The bomber approached a propagandize with explosives hidden under a propagandize uniform on Monday, though students beheld and started cheering out warnings to stop him.
Aitezaz tackled him conduct on, though a explosve detonated and Aitezaz died of his injuries, pronounced conduct clergyman Azmat Ali.
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a Sunni Muslim narrow-minded group, claimed responsibility for a attack. The propagandize is in Hangu, a predominantly Shia Muslim area.
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi trust Shia, who make adult about 20 percent of Pakistan’s 180 million people, are heretics, who should be killed.
The boy’s relatives pronounced no supervision central or politician had contacted them.
Aitezaz’s father pronounced authorities could rename a school after him and strictly announce him a martyr, a designation
that would move some financial service to his family.
His mother, brother, and dual sisters were anguish Aitezaz, though took some comfort in meaningful that he had saved many others, the father said.
The series of self-murder explosve attacks in Pakistan rose by more than a third to 46 final year, according to a investigate released earlier this week by a Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies.
The same investigate pronounced that narrow-minded attacks were becoming more visit and some-more deadly. Many Pakistani politicians maintain ties with narrow-minded groups in lapse for support at election time.