Following the deadly attack, candle light vigils and prayer services were held. Photo: OINN

(Web Desk) – Victims of of Sunday’s suicide attack at the Bethel Memorial Methodist Church in Quetta were laid to rest on Monday.

The attack which took place during a service on Sunday afternoon claimed nine lives, including two women, leaving as many as 57 people injured. The suicide attack targeted the church located at the Zarghoon in Quetta. Following the deadly attack, candle light vigils and prayers services were held in different parts of the country to mourn the loss of lives in Quetta.


People attending a memorial service at the Sacred Heart Cathedral Church for the victims of a suicide attack at the Bethel Memorial Church. Photo: OINN


Women taking part in a memorial service for the victims of the Quetta church attack. Photo: OINN


Members of Christian community hold a candlelight vigil in Islamabad outside the National Press Club in memory of the victims of the Quetta church attack. Photo: OINN


Burial of the victims of the Quetta church attack at the Gora Qabristan in Quetta. Photo: OINN


Members of Christian community bringing the coffins of the victims of the church attack in Quetta. Photo: OINN


Burial of the victims of the Quetta church attack. Photo: OINN


Members of Christian community hold a candlelight vigil outside the National Press Club. Photo: OINN


Members of Christian community hold a protest in Islamabad against the Quetta church attack that claimed nine lives. Photo: OINN


Members of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Minority Wing light candles outside Karachi Press Club to pay tribute to victims of the Quetta attack. Photo: OINN


Candle light vigil outside Karachi Press Club to pay tribute to the victims of Quetta attack. Photo: OINN


Members of Christian and Sikh communities light candles to pay tribute to the victims of Quetta church attack. Photo: OINN