Mumtaz Qadri no extremist, says brother

Published: January 15, 2011

Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri, the bodyguard arrested for the killing of Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer, shouts religious slogans while being taken away by police after he was presented at a court in Islamabad on January 5, 2011. PHOTO: REUTERS

Dilpazeer Awan, a property adviser and the brother of Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri, the gunman detained for the killing of Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, sits in his office near his house in Rawalpindi January 15, 2011. PHOTO: REUTERS Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri, the bodyguard arrested for the killing of Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer, shouts religious slogans while being taken away by police after he was presented at a court in Islamabad on January 5, 2011. PHOTO: REUTERS

RAWALPINDI: The brother of Mumtaz Qadri, the guard who assassinated Salmaan Taseer, is optimistic his brother will never be prosecuted.

Qadri’s brother Dilpazeer Awan, the only brother of six in the family who does not work for the government, said about 17 state investigation agencies were still questioning relatives on whether he had any ties to political or religious groups.

Awan said he believed Qadri acted on his own.

“If God is willing, even the government will support him when the time comes. We are hopeful that the judiciary will do justice,” Awan told Reuters.

Even though Qadri confessed, analysts say the government is likely to tread cautiously because influential religious parties have succeeded in demonising Taseer, and those who opposed the killing have been silenced by fear.

“There is always the possibility that a lower court will rule against him, then there will be an appeal and there will be enormous pressure on the Supreme Court from lawyers and supporters to rule in his favour,” said political analyst Riffat Hussein.

More than 500 lawyers have offered to defend Qadri for free.

Awan described his 25-year-old brother as an ordinary, dedicated member of an elite police force charged with fighting terrorism and protecting VIPs, not an extremist, as some police officials have said.

“He was a very caring, loving person. He was much better than all of us,” said Awan, a property adviser and motor dealer in the Rawalpindi, also Qadri’s home town.

A poster on a street outside his dingy office described Qadri as a ghazi. Qadri went to an English-language school, Awan said.

Qadri, father of a two-month-old boy, is in good spirits in prison, where he is being treated as a hero, said Tariq al Haqqani, who said he was one his lawyers.

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Reader Comments (43)

  • Cautious
    Jan 15, 2011 - 7:37PM

    According to this article the govt is considering not prosecuting this murderer because of influential religious parties as well as speculation that the Supreme Court might release him – that says a lot about Pakistan and none of it good. Recommend

  • m
    Jan 15, 2011 - 8:19PM

    Hang him for (1) Murder and (2) for misusing his position as a law enforcement officer
    Simple case. If justice is not served then expect such behavior to become rampant in our society. We already have sectarian and ploitical killings, sucide bombers – this will add to the list. Expect civil unrest if this case is handled outside the realms of law and justice.Recommend

  • Jan 15, 2011 - 9:05PM

    It pains me to see a cold-blooded murder being justified. ST spoke against the blasphemy laws….and by killing ST for just voicing his opinions, Qadri himself spoke against the same laws; he clearly didn’t believe in them.

    If Qadri’s brother wants justice, he must support Qadri’s murder trial.

    May Allah guide us all.Recommend

  • Manish Joshi
    Jan 15, 2011 - 9:21PM

    This entire salman Taseer episode goes to highlight the kind of radicalisation seen in the Society of pakistan. This is a country whose population is becoming more and more intolerant to mutually coexist with people of other religion and is spiralling downwards as a country full of terrorists. There dont seem to be many peeple left there with moderate ideas, just religious fanatics. Recommend

  • Hashmat Ali
    Jan 15, 2011 - 9:38PM

    What justice you’re looking for a person who’s pleading guilty to murdering? Reuters’ reporter should have asked Mr Awan. I am not an apologist of Pakistani’s society but the Reuters story is half-bakedRecommend

  • Ali
    Jan 15, 2011 - 10:36PM

    I think the sooner the trial begins the better. It will surely the test of justice by the court.
    The justice should be swift. Its not a matter of religion its a matter of being right and wrong now. I feel so sad what our quaids pakistan has turned into.Recommend

  • AT
    Jan 15, 2011 - 10:56PM

    Haha really? What else do you expect a brother to say? Silly to even give coverage to his brotherRecommend

  • Talha
    Jan 15, 2011 - 11:03PM

    His actions say otherwise.Recommend

  • SZ
    Jan 16, 2011 - 12:13AM

    whats the point of creating a story on his brother? you are no better than telling the people that he was a hero, why give him any coverage at all. All that newspapers/media write should be about giving a speedy trial and not high lighting his family or their so called stupid beliefs.Recommend

  • T R Khan
    Jan 16, 2011 - 12:15AM

    Mumtaz Qadri may escape punishment in this world, but surely the Almighty is not going to be pleased with him.Recommend

  • Emmon Khan
    Jan 16, 2011 - 12:18AM

    Mr. Qadri and anyone defending him including his brother or the mullahs or the lawyers are the real enemies of the state, the people of Pakistan, and most of all Islam. These criminals are destroying all of us and they are destroying the spirit of religion. They are enemies of reason, justice and civilisation. He is a cheat, a brute someone who undermined the state of Pakistan and defamed its people by treachrously and callously killing the very person whom he had the duty to defend and protect. If bravery and Islam falls to this level, people will simply leave it. This is not Islam at all. Islam means honesty, truthfulness and dignity and not shamefully killing someone who had no clue to your evil intentions. It is only in Pakistan that a cheat and murderer like Mr. Qadri could become a hero of Islam! What a shame! Recommend

  • inderjit sahota
    Jan 16, 2011 - 12:22AM

    You can`t blame him for defending his brother.Others who defend murder typify what is wrong
    with pak. All decent honourable people would recognise right from wrongRecommend

  • Jan 16, 2011 - 12:29AM

    In a civilized Afaqihuman society, If this is the way of life in which the law-breakers/criminals and their law lessness is endorsed/supported/encouraged and such doings/sayings actually make the criminal heroes and ghazis, then better finish all judicial system/courts and jails and abolish laws/constitutions or put them in dust-bin and set all law-breakers/criminals freeand better decorate their chests with medals for their heroic acts/deeds. And then, the law of nature, the jungle law, be declared as the law of the land, in which might is always right. This will be a very natural way of life, where the poor and weak will have to serve the rich and strong. In such natural state of jungle rule, the law will never be broken. what an ideal situation.Recommend

  • CP
    Jan 16, 2011 - 12:53AM

    I think his brother should be charged for promoting and supporting terrorism. What he is suggesting that we should massacre and kill people according to our own interpretation of Islam, with no consequences of law? If these fanatics and their ideologies are not controlled they will lead Pakistan to worst condition than Afghanistan.Recommend

  • adraja
    Jan 16, 2011 - 2:19AM

    This country is rapidly hitting the point of no return. Bye bye Jinnah’s Pakistan. And who is to blame for this debacle? We the “silent majority” who capitulate to everything a jahil maulvi says…Mind you, this is what the Holy Quran says on the matter….

    This concept of blasphemy and the prescribed punishment are both contradictory to the Qur’an and the Prophet’s conduct. The Qur’an prescribes restraint, and distancing from the blasphemous persons or situations. The emphasis is on restraint and forgiveness. A study of the following verses should bear this out:

    “When ye hear the signs of Allah held in defiance and ridicule, ye are not to sit with them unless they turn to a different theme.” [Qur'an 4:140]
    “And when they hear vain talk, they turn away therefrom and say: “to us our deeds and to you yours; peace be to you.” [Qur'an 28: 55]

    “Hold to forgiveness, command what is right; but turn away from the ignorant.” [Qur'an 7:199]

    “Have patience with what they say, and leaves them with noble (dignity).” [Qur'an 73:10]

    “And the servants of Allah . . . are those who walked on the earth in humility, and when the ignorant address them, they say ‘Peace’” [Qur'an 25:63]

    “Allah is with those who restrain themselves.” [Qur'an 16: 128]

    “. . . But they uttered blasphemy . . . if they repent, it will be best for them, but if they turn back, Allah will punish them.” [Qur'an 9:47]Recommend

  • Zaffar
    Jan 16, 2011 - 2:31AM

    Pakistan has three enemies within:
    a) The ignorant radicals (Talibans) like Qadri
    b) The mafia & the deliberate criminals-usually of poor background-responsivble for crime and target killings
    c) & The rich waderas/politicians, who are looting the counry in day light
    We have to fight all of these to survive and keep Pakistan in one piece-otherwise you will have a broken country with “Talibans” all over, with NO justice. Recommend

  • Babruk
    Jan 16, 2011 - 2:46AM

    It was a murder pure and simple. he is a killer. if you set him free then what are the courts for. anybody can kill another person if he/she thinks finds others wrong or ‘blashphemous’. it is funny that the brother wants justice for the killer. the justice is that he be hanged. i hope he is hanged.
    this country is cowed down by the mullahs and their moral brigade.
    For God’s sake save this coutnry from mullocracy which is a synonym of idiocracy and terrirocracy.Recommend

  • Farooq
    Jan 16, 2011 - 3:13AM

    yes his brother was right. he was no extremist. he was just fanatic islamist.Recommend

  • Sata
    Jan 16, 2011 - 3:56AM

    Not an extremist! What do you call a bloddy muderer and who takes live of an innocent person and for reasons that Tasser asked to review a law. Pakistani Govt is coward and the rampant Mullah birgade who will kill anybody and everybody who disagree with them.Recommend

  • Robin
    Jan 16, 2011 - 4:11AM

    Of course, Mumtaz Qadri no extremist, says brother

    And I have bridge in Brooklyn, NY, that I want to sellRecommend

  • Jan 16, 2011 - 4:32AM

    Yes. He is not. He is just a “standard” Pakistani.Recommend

  • tarek
    Jan 16, 2011 - 5:22AM

    @manish
    you should worry more about hindu extremists and bringing the RSS under control. Samjhauta Express? Recommend

  • Jan 16, 2011 - 9:37AM

    And why was this story covered? This man was SEEN by several witnesses murdering Taseer…..in addition he confessed to the killing. his bother is so stupid. He is guilty of murder and treason in addition to blasphemy. He swore on the Holy Quran, to protect the man he killed! So….the rules are only for some people, huh? Recommend

  • bvindh
    Jan 16, 2011 - 10:24AM

    “Mumtaz Qadri no extremist, says brother”
    –talk about being clueless!!Recommend

  • Sandy
    Jan 16, 2011 - 12:56PM

    Sick mind can not think beyond.They are hypnotized by some nonsense thinking
    No body can disgrace God Neither killing of innocent can be justified
    Don’t even do it for narrow political agendasRecommend

  • Jan 16, 2011 - 4:42PM

    he is a killer killer killer okzzZZZ lisssen everyone our islam give not permission to kell any person its shown at SURAH AL_MAIDA vers 32 mamtaz qadri and other people like his makeed islam terrorist relig but it not we(muslims) are peacefull peoples okzZzzzZZZZZzzZRecommend

  • Sana
    Jan 16, 2011 - 10:42PM

    Oh yeah he is “no extremist” but just a murderer. He rendered “great services” to the humanity by murdering a human. Recommend

  • feroze
    Jan 17, 2011 - 10:47AM

    Hang him and all those that purport to support him. If we dont implement the law to the fullest against such barbarians we are doomed. If the SC even contemplates dropping charges against him that will be the end of civilized society in Pakistan. Recommend

  • :)
    Jan 17, 2011 - 1:30PM

    Not sure why this is even a point of discussion or what those 500 lawyers want to argue…not even sure why this needs to be taken to the anti terrorism courts…its murder…the intent was there…the act was there…if he isnt convicted its going to be a major blow for our legal system and the little faith that people may have on it will be completely lost. Recommend

  • Mr. Khan
    Jan 17, 2011 - 3:27PM

    Even if you hang him, he is already a hero for some of the people. the lesson we get is that that we need to build a society where no on abuse others in any manner. Had ST not been to much expressive/blunt about the particular law, we may not have seen this day altogether. He should have performed his duties and let the law ministers handle the issues if any in this law. Had ST not seen any one dyning of hunger/poverty???.. is there no corruption/killing in the country. why only this law is only targetted, is this some favourite parttime of target this law.

    The baseline is, the influentials use the law as they like but still the law is not blamed by any one!… but since this law 295C is very different one and express our inspirations to protect the name of our Prophet (SAW), it is to be blamed for our ills, which is hypocracy!

    Will our so called intellectures blame the laws of speaking against holocoust in the “WEST” if thy have courage they should call those laws as black laws as well and demand to remove it.Recommend

  • ashok sai
    Jan 17, 2011 - 4:40PM

    2011

    Salman Taseer’s murder investigation has been shifted to UN.

    2015

    UN may or may not reveal Salman Taseer’s murder probe findings.Recommend

  • Adeel Ahmed
    Jan 17, 2011 - 4:52PM

    Mumtaz Quadri acted in violation of Islam on two counts;

    He murdered someone… so he killed all of humanity.
    He broke the covenant/oath he had taken to protect this very man that he killed.

    He should be punished.

    And this is coming from a guy who is an avid supporter of Blasphemy law. But just because you support it and the other one doesn’t, gives you absolutely no right to go kill him.

    try and execute him.

    he is no hero.Recommend

  • Ahmad
    Jan 18, 2011 - 12:34PM

    The mullahs have shown their real religion by supporting the killer.
    Only a killer can support a killer. Recommend

  • Jan 26, 2011 - 4:27PM

    Curases to all the people who r speaking against Mumtaz Qadri and we spit on people who have abused him
    This website is recording only comments that r against the hero .I think if my comment is not recorded then the website authorities also deserve curses as majority of the people are with Qadri and they r not recording comments in his Favour.Recommend

  • Noor
    Jan 27, 2011 - 12:04AM

    seems u all not in ur damn senses…how dare u speaking a word against Ghazi Mumtaz Qadri han??do u really know wot ISLAM says abt blasphemy law do u??????????

    then how the hell r u guyz opening ur mouth so harshly n making such kinda weird statements without any base at all…jst get a life n grow up…stop commenting ova an issue which u dont even know wot xactly is abt..better go read Quran Hadith n Sunnah 1st..learn the respect of Ulema in ISLAM n how to differentiate them from typical so called mulllahs…Recommend

  • Noor
    Jan 27, 2011 - 1:27AM

    @Tayyaba Haq:
    i totally agree with u…cuz i rem i gotta comment here before as well…but m not able to find it…this is kinda propaganda…against our qadri hero…lol thatz disgusting i mst say…wot exactly do they wanna show by such cheap 3rd class approach…no matter how much u try to defame him his fame n acknowledgment has already met the masses…everyone knows the superb support for him not from authetic ulemas but the educated sect as well plus the lawyers…so all in vain…ur gonna b a big-time loser by making such kinda disgusting efforts against our qadri man!Recommend

  • Noor
    Jan 27, 2011 - 1:29AM

    well it was a christian lady aasia who insulted our Prophet n according to ISLAMIC LAW which has also been imposed in Pakistan any GUSTAKH would be killed for his act to humiliate the dignity of our beloved Rasol.so from the court she was announced to be punished in the same way. but mr. salman taseer went to her and made a press conference in media mentioning clearly that this law can not be implemented in Pakistan naming it a KALA QANOON n all stuff like that against the rule n law which ISLAM has set for us!!!this was a big-time hurt for our ulema e karam n public and right from that time they kept on protesting against him that he should back out from his insulting words against the islamic law of naamoos e RISALAT…but their pain n protest was simply ignored by govt. n qanon, while mr.taseer carrried on with his such irresponsible behavior on the media ..these circumstances where islamic law has been degraded and words like kala kanoon or unable to be implemented in pakistan etc made people go mad helplessly n finally one of them decided to give his life for RasolALLAH ‘s dignity…so that no one can ever dare to speak a single word against his law in future!!!

    mr. salman n his family’s record can be checked out well on youtube, i really dont need to expose him directly!it seems he had nothing to do with any ISLAMIC way of life at all…aah…sigh!!

    so is the reason why everyone in PAKISTAN i mean majority is supporting the young qadri man who dared enough to stop these gustaakhan e RASOL who call islamic law a black law…its not the matter of terrorism nor any planned murder…you know the ulema who stood up for naamos e Risalat were those who strongly condemned terrorism in the name of ISLAM and all these talibaanization defaming our peaceful religion ISLAM in the whole world…these ulema are not extremists but playing their role which is their duty…ISLAM clearly says any one who insults RasolALLAH or any law given or implemented by him should be killed…even sahaba karam lives have proofs for this…thatzy after mr.salman’s murder more than 500 ulema who were protesting since alll that started supported him along with the majority of Pakistanis n the people who r aware of ISLAM basics!

    still we condemn terrorism, killing innocent people by suicide bombing is completely najayez…but killing a gustakh e Rasol is according to ISLAM…else if he is not punished or woman like asia etc then every other person can easily dare to insult our Prophet!!

    the people who say he should not have taken the kanoon into his hands..its the duty of court..he should have did it through court…but i would simply ask do u really expect any justice from the court in time??people r hlpless they have lost their faith in court no trust at all…mr.salman having full support of govt…how could he be presented in the court…naahh…be realistic…everyone knows there wouldnt be any response…as how the ulema protest was worthless for them…

    i would leave qadri’s matter upto ALLAH…but governor doesnt deserve to be called a shaheed…specially because of his way of life…as known to all…even exposed on media….unislamic values…n then such hurtful statements against islamic law or namos e risalat…how sensitive issue…RsolALLAH is everything to us…his irresposible remarks brought tears into many eyes…all wot happened isnt terrorism…its ISLAMIC LAW…better if implemnted through court…but peopl dont trust court any more!Recommend

  • Noor
    Jan 27, 2011 - 1:31AM

    checkout the Quranic verses Surah Ahzab,57,60-62..Surah Toba Ayat 63, Surah Mujadelah 20,5..Surah Mayedah 51…Surah Mayedah 33!!!!!

    It has been narrated by Hazrat Anas bin Malik(Radi Allahu Anhuma) that the Holy Prophet(Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) was present at Makkah on the day of the conquest of Makkah when someone reported that Ibn Hanzal(the insulter of the Holy Prophet, Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) was wrapped in the cover of the Ka’ba. The Holy Prophet(Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) ordered him to be executed. (Bukhari, V1 P249)

    bukhari sharif hadeed No. 1208 & 1209 (Jild # 2) Kitaab-ul-Mugazi

    when ALLAH & PROPHET have set this blasphemy law,who is anyone to change it,disrespect it or disobey it calling it cruelty, black law etc.?read Quran n Islamic history, this law has many examples from Prophet’s own life!ALLAH has made the entire world in love of his Prophet, any disrespect in his regard will be punished!admit it!y the hell didnt governor n othr PPPs raise voice against a number of other laws in the country whch r misused badly?many innocents r punished in murder cases etc.no one bothers abt that?y only this blasphemy law?han?know y?jst cuz our govt is slave of west specially mr.taseer,his so called humanitarian sympathy for gustakh aasia is jst cuz of international pressure which wants to hit n abolish the base of MUSLIMS i.e.RasolALLAH!else he wud definitely have come up with many other examples where innocent people r dying for justice!huh!

    people having no islamic background, wanna change/mold religion for ur own means,remember it wud never happen..anyone who wud go against the rules of Propeht wud b punished to death as happend wth taseer!it isnt terrorism/extremism..the qadri man himself+the majority sunni brelvi sect supporting him n fighting for blasphemy law is most moderate sect who has always been against terrorism/extremism/talibanization!but this one is the issue of Prophet’s dignity,respect of his law,giving deal to the gustakh..qadri killed taseer,now no one wud ever dare to touch the law again,else if the law wud have amended every next non-muslim wud b free to say wotever the hell he/she wants against RsolALLAH!dont know y dont u understand the sentiments of love for Prophet!dont match it with intolerance.fanaticism for God sake!its smply the matter of devotion to RsolALLAH!

    n ya false instigation isnt the fault of law itself, instead the fault of law imposers!govt n court shud have guts to resist any misuse!Recommend

  • Noor
    Jan 27, 2011 - 1:32AM

    simple questions to the ppl here!
    1.having no knowledge that whether blasphemy law is jst a man-made (zia’s law) or it is smthing actually according to islam isnt a condemnable mistake or ignorance…i.e. indeed its is an islamic law set by allah n prophet,zia jst imposed it!
    2. calling islam’s blasphemy law which is imposed to defend namos-e-risalat a black law/cruelt/injustice/inhuman isnt a condemnable crime?or blasphemy itself????
    3. changing/amending or abolishing an islam’s law
    finding defects in it isnt an insult of islam?the laws of allah n prophet…isnt it a crime to be punished for???
    4. a guard takes an oath to abide by his duties…no wordings specified except these..then dont u think the most prior duty of a muslim is to defend the namos e risalat n punish any blasphemer (while seeing no other option for the implementation of his punishment) since islam says blasphemer has to be punished to death!??
    5.qadri was qadri..while dont u know fazalulrrahman is the
    mullah of totally different sect..?authentic fatwas abt blasphemy law r present on youtube while muftis names have also been published in some newspapers who proved that governor was a blasphemer!the protest cud be seen, which meant he was known as a blasphemer in public then y didnt he bother to satisfy them humbly or tried to understand their side?
    6. which law in pakistan isnt misused?many innocents r dying for justice bt no one bothers to help them y?y jst this blasphemy law was an issue?
    7. dont u knw abt the recent international pressure on govt against the blasphemy law that it shud be abolished (as they want to hit n destroy the base of muslims i.e. prophet…propaganda to break the connection btw muslims n islam the best tool to disintegrate muslim power n rule over them)..y dont u go through the terrifying hidden facts behind this issue?
    8. y dont u believe in the fact that false instigation isnt the fault of law itself, instead its the fault of law imposer..n
    govt/court shud have guts to resist any misuse!??
    9. pakistani nation condemns terrorism but y supporting qadri?y dont u realize qadri isnt a terrorist y did he surrender?
    10. dont u think that after molding or abolishing the blasphemy law any nonmuslim or murtad can easily say wotever the hell he wants to disrespect our prophet?who wud b responsible for our hurts/sentiments then?
    do think by heart…u need to ponder upon these facts neutrally…!dont b biased…b sincere..!
    Recommend

  • Jan 27, 2011 - 11:37AM

    @Noor:
    I would love to reply to your MISSCONCEPTIONS about Islam on this forum but my posts will be censored by the moderator..

    wow… you really are a MULLAH worshipper who belives in MURDERRecommend

  • Noor
    Jan 28, 2011 - 11:50PM

    ohhh deleted???ur posts r there how cm r u saying this ugh!!!!open ur eyes n c i’v already explain the difference btw mullahs n ulema e kram..to hell with woteva so-called mullas say abt islam or use any issue for their political agenda….but mind it ulema e kram r the ulemas of Ummat…go n read the Ahadith in their regard…u should b ashamed of insulting them…

    woteva i’v written is the material purely depicted by Quran o Hadith..but blatantly ignoredRecommend

  • Syed Arshad Ali
    Jan 29, 2011 - 4:23PM

    I am very sad to know about the comments of the people who are saying mumtaz iz wrong. actually these people are totally unaware from the real approach of Islam and its orders how to live a life in this world.
    They are following not ISLAM but west.As one of a western writer says,
    eat,drink, and be marry lest You should die tomorrow.
    For such people this world is like a heaven. contrary to it for the Muslims we are here for the short time. Real life would start after the day of judgement.
    The Quran says donot make your voice louder than your HOLY PROPHET(pbuh)otherwise your deeds would be wasted.
    now what these people would say.
    so the people who are muslims they should think before speak.
    Salman taseer was trying to escape asia masih who has accepted his sin. then how he dare to help a GUSTAKH-E- RASOOL.
    Mumtaz QAdri did his job and he is totally right. he is our hero and
    He is GHAZI ILMUDDIN in this era. all muslims love him. the people who are opposing him they musts study ISLAM and its real approach otherwise they will repent on the day of judgement in front of THE HOLY PROPHET(PBUH)Recommend

  • Noor
    Feb 1, 2011 - 12:09AM

    @Syed Arshad Ali:
    Salam yeah bro i completely agree with u…know wot these so called liberals r trying to change the law without bothering that its the law of ALLAH n Prophet n not just a man-made!just due to an international pressure they wanna play with the sensitive issue of Namos e Risalat n without even knowing wot Quran n Hadith say abt it they open their mouth so easily to speak a pathetic piece of crap against the real spirit of ISLAM…!

    but Alhamdolillah such perha likha jahil tabqa has no weightage in front of those who r well-aware of the rules n laws of ISLAM n have studied abt ISLAM basics…MashaALLAH majority of the nation is supporting the ghazi man..authentic ulema e kram (not so called mullas who use any issue for their political agenda)..high profile lawyers n educated sect is with ghazi n trying/praying to make him free from the court Insha Allah…

    Ghazi Mumtaz Qadri is the defender of Prophet’s dignity…may Allah Protect him ever AminRecommend

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