(from left) Yumna Afzaal, 15, Madiha Salman, 44, Afzaal’s grandmother, 74, and Salman Afzaal, 46, left to proper, had been out for a night stroll Sunday after they had been run over by a truck in what police say was an assault motivated by anti-Muslim hate. Picture: Submitted by Afzaal household to CBC

ISLAMABAD: The household of the Pakistani-origin victims of the lethal assault in Ontario, Canada expressed  Tuesday their gratitude to Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Pakistan Excessive Commissioner to Canada Raza Bashir Tarar for his or her help at a time of nice tragedy.

The household of late Salman Afzaal, in a press assertion, mentioned that they had been humbled by the help that they had obtained throughout this very troublesome time.

“We’re grateful to those that paid their respects to our family members within the days following the horrific occasion that came about on June sixth and to those that attended this Saturday’s funeral service,” the assertion mentioned.

“The sunshine on this very darkish time had been seeing individuals from throughout Canada and around the globe united to sentence racism and hate. This has been an incredible consolation to us all,” the household assertion mentioned.

At this time, the assertion mentioned, new terror costs had been laid towards the person who struck down the household.

The household additionally thanked Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Chief of the Opposition Erin O’Toole, NDP Chief Jagmeet Singh, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Ontario Opposition Chief Andrea Horwath, leaders of all main political events and members of parliament and the individuals who additionally offered help.

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