Workers at Pakistan's lone beer maker, Murree Brewery, line up empty beer bottles at the factory in Rawalpindi November 10, 2012. PHOTO: REUTERS
Murree Brewery was established in 1860 by British colonial rulers to supply beer to their troops.
Something is wrong with this incident….Recommend
This man was held responsible for countless sectarianism terrorism cases and for destroying the peace of the country in the name of faith. His end will not be mourned.Recommend
Sincere congratulations to ATF!Recommend
Very very good. Unfortunately this is how Pakistan’s system works but known terrorist killers like him can be encountered if you know what I mean.Recommend
Outstanding efforts by police department. All such heads of banned outfits should be treated in a similar way. Recommend
Bad deeds always result in bad consequences.Recommend
Great news. Great planning and execution by Pakistan Army. Looks like Pakistan’s army also (along with India, USA and others) does not trust Pakistan’s judiciary and took actions on its own to eliminate the terrorists and their sons.Recommend
I am glad the evil is gone but story being told is little weird.Recommend
There could be no more good news .Recommend
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