Pakistani President Arif Alvi expressed his condolences to the Iranian government and people over the Kerman terrorist attack and condemned the barbaric act.

Iran PressAsia: At least 95 people were martyred and 211 others wounded on Wednesday as two bombs went off at Kerman’s Martyrs Cemetery.

In a statement, he said that the Pakistani government and nation express solidarity with the Iranian people in this hour of grief. 

He stated that Pakistan's sympathies are with the bereaved families who lost their loved ones in the attacks. 

The Pakistani President also prayed for the martyrs and the speedy recovery of the injured.

Chairman Senate Mohammad Sadiq Sanjrani strongly condemned the explosions in the city of Kerman. 

He said that the brotherly country stands with Iran in this time of sorrow, and the hearts of all Pakistanis are with their Iranian brothers in such a difficult time.

Federal Information Minister Murtaza Solangi condemned the terrorist attacks in the city of Kerman in Iran and expressed regret for the loss of life.

The Federal Minister of Information expressed solidarity with the government and the people of Iran on behalf of the government and the people of Pakistan. 

He said that this cowardly act of terrorism is condemned, noting that terrorism is a threat to world peace and we stand with the Iranian government and people in this hour of grief. 219

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Kerman terrorist blasts: 95 killed, 211 injured