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Florida-school carnage: Bilawal woes at the tragedy

KARACHI (Monitoring desk): Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilwal Bhutto Zardari expressed sorrow over the Florida-school shooting stressing that the United States and its administration are strongly required to look into the underlying causes leading to such massacres.

Regarding the Florida-school carnage the PPP chairperson stated “Our hearts go out to the victims and their deeply bereaved families,” stressing that such acts of cowardice in schools of developed country like United States of America have stunned the whole world.

The Pakistani people sympathize with the grief of their American brethren and are praying for the victims of Florida-school attack.

A former Florida-school student opened fire in his former school on Wednesday resulting in numerous casualties, whereas leaving at 50 as wounded, before he was finally captures by police, authorities said.

At least 17 people died as per Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Nikolas Cruz, 19, the shooter and ex-high school student at Marjory High, surrendered quietly to police, Israel reported.

“There was a time when he did attend the school,” Israel said. “I don’t know why he left, I don’t know when he left.”

“We have already begun to dissect his websites and things on social media that he was on and some of the things… are very, very disturbing,” Israel said.

“If a person is predisposed to commit such a horrific event by going to a school and shooting people… there’s not anybody or not a lot law enforcement can do about it.”

A teacher at the school said Cruz had been identified previously as a potential threat to his classmates.

“We were told last year that he wasn’t allowed on campus with a backpack on him,” math teacher Jim Gard said in a Miami Herald interview.

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