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Kasur Living Hell : Everyone knows but nobody wants to talk about it

Kasur has turned into living hell for the children regardless of their age and gender they are being raped and murdered one after another, after the recent heart wrenching incident of Seven Years Old Zainab’s Rape and Murder case suddenly social media activists are demanding for the justice although everyone knows who’s behind it but nobody wants to talk about it.

It is shocking that our Intelligence agencies in the bordering city (Kasur) are unaware of these incident? Unbelievable – 12 cases reported so far and Same DNA sample? we are not expecting any breakthrough from the punjab police at all instead they have repeated Model Town Incident alike situation in Kasur couple of days back by straight firing on protesters outside DCO.

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Now that civil society, Media, Social Media, Supreme Court and even so called Punjab Government officials are on it – Why ISI and other agencies are unable to trace this culprit. By Notices, Suo Motto or JITs such incidents won’t stop until Pak Army and Intelligence agencies serious tackle this issue in Kasur.

Is Pakistan Army under-influence of PML-N? Are they totally unaware of these culprits? So what are you waiting for?

To be honest as a Pakistani I am deeply disappointed with our judiciary system after seeing murderers being bailed out and looters are set free. I don’t know what’s there to praise them for? on the other hand we are optionless ruling political party’s elites are doing whatever they want without any hesitation, Our Judiciary has failed to deliver.

Media channels streaming Zainab’s case not to put the pressure on the government but for their own rating at this time Pakistan needs unity against such horrific crime and Supreme court have to review the maximum punishment.

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People are angry and sad at the same time but nobody has forgotten Kasur incident in 2015 – shockingly all 7 accused were bailed out by the court. Speak now or stay silent forever no matter how powerful these animals are they are not as powerful as Allah.

Be Afraid of Allah not the Evil.

Don’t demand justice for Zainab ONLY…. Instead demand JUSTICE FOR ALL ! 


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  1. Khwaja Aftab Shah

    Jan 13, 2018 at 8:35 pm

    Pakistan’s Ignored Rural Areas

    Source: Pakistan Herald Published in Humanitarian Crisis on Tuesday, July 28, 2015

    Five regional cities should be upgraded within the provinces in Pakistan:

    Dera Ismail Khan in NWFP, Gawadar/Qalat in Balouchistan, Sukkar/Larkana in Upper Sindh, Jehlum/Rawalpindi and Multan in Punjab province.

    These cities have been ignored by the federal and provincial governments although they have their own history, culture and languages. Dera Ismail Khan in the South of Pakhtun khwa/MWFP is under siege, Multan/DG Khan in the south of Punjab is the next target of religious extremists, Sukkar/Larkana is being ruled by criminals, Gawadar/Qalat appears troublesome. The people of these regions have to travel to provincial capitals trivial reasons.

    A good number of people are also forced to travel to big cities to earn livelihood as the local feudal who own majority land treat the common man as their virtual slaves.

    Creation of regional government and upgrading of regional cities will save a lot of money and time of the poor people of these areas. Circuit benches of the High Courts are already functioning in these places and what is required is additional staff to beef up different departments engaged in additional work at the provincial capitals.

    The concerned authorities should immediately consider to upgrade the regional cities. And immediate attention should be given to upgrade/build the airports, TV stations, civic centers, libraries, hospitals, educational institutions and bolstering investment opportunities for Pakistanis living abroad. Foreign firms should be encouraged to create jobs in the areas as the majority population in rural Pakistan does not have enough resources to survive.

    In this context I am reminded of the conditions obtaining in Iran before the Islamic Revolution when rural Iran continued to be ignored and the capital Tehran was developed and called the ‘Paris of the Middle East’. A couple of big cities, including Isfahan, and the Caspian Sea area were developed because of the attraction they possessed for foreign tourists but the rural area was ignored and plagued by problems of sorts as it was ruled by ruthless police and intelligence forces. It was but natural that the rural population supported the Islamic Revolution and moved to Tehran and other big cities and later ruled the cities. After the revolution, the new government was motivated to develop the rural areas of Iran.

    There is thus a pressing need to set up a fund to upgrade/build the regional cities in Pakistan under the aegis of the public and private sectors. Our foreign friends and Pakistanis living abroad could be asked to participate in this singularly important developmental effort.

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