Amjad Sabri shot dead in Karachi

Published: June 22, 2016


KARACHI: Acclaimed Sufi singer and qawwali maestro Amjad Sabri was shot dead by motorcycle-borne gunmen in a central Karachi neighbourhood on Wednesday, triggering an outpouring of grief nationwide.

The targeted killing came two days after masked men kidnapped the son of Sindh’s top judge from outside a supermarket in broad daylight in an upscale locality of the city.

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Amjad Sabri, aged around 45, was travelling from his home to a television studio to attend an iftar transmission, when a motorcycle pulled up alongside his white coloured Honda Civic and the two riders opened fire, according to police.

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Sabri had hardly travelled a kilometre after leaving his house in the Liaquatabad neighbourhood when the gunmen targeted him. Another person travelling with him remained unhurt in the attack that also left a passerby woman injured.

Witnesses gave a slightly different account. “The motorcycle-riding attackers pulled up in front of Sabri’s car right in the middle of the road at Liaquatabad underpass,” a shopkeeper in the neighbourhood told The Express Tribune.

“One of them pulled out a gun from a black handbag. He fired shots into the air before turning his gun on the car,” said the shopkeeper who didn’t want to be identified by name. One attacker was wearing a helmet, while the other had his face covered with a handkerchief. They fled unidentified and unchallenged towards Hassan Square.

Relatives comfort Mujjudid Sabri, the son of Pakistani Sufi musician Amjad Sabri. PHOTO: AFP

Sad day: Music fraternity shocked

Grisly mobile phone footage of the crime scene shot by an onlooker and shared on social media showed Sabri’s head slumped on his right shoulder and a pool of blood on the ground by the driver’s side where he sat.

“Our preliminary examination shows he was shot thrice in the head, face and chest,” said Dr Rohina Hassan, the additional police surgeon at the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where Sabri was taken after a private hospital in Nazimabad confirmed his death. “Sabri’s family was in shock. They did not allow us to perform post-mortem on the body,” Dr Rohina said.

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Police investigators found nearly half a dozen bullet casings at the crime scene which were subsequently sent for forensic examination. According to investigators, 9mm pistol was used in most previous targeted attacks, but assassins used a 30 bore pistol to target Sabri – which is rare.

“Our preliminary investigation shows that the attackers followed Sabri from his home,” said District Central police chief SSP Muqaddas Haider. “It was a targeted killing and an act of terrorism,” Haider said, without naming possible suspects. However, police mounted a crackdown after the killing and detained around a dozen suspects for questioning. Police investigators could not get any help from CCTV cameras installed at the crime scene because all of them are out of order.

MQM leader Dr Farooq Sattar and colleagues said Sabri was receiving life threats, but the Karachi police spokesperson said the qawwali maestro had never reported any threats.

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Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah suspended a DSP and an SHO over the high-profile killing, while the MQM announced three-day mourning across the province.

Sabri’s killing was met with shock and condemnation. Friends, artistes, singers and fans congregated outside his home to offer condolences to his family, while TV channels broadcast recordings of his music in tribute.


The tragic killing left the family devastated. “My brother never wronged anyone. Why he was killed?” Sabri’s younger brother Talha Sabri said choking on his tears. “The Rangers and police have failed [to maintain peace] in Karachi,” he added. “If a person like my brother can be killed like this, what worst we can expect in this city.”

Amjad Sabri was son of Ghulam Farid Sabri and nephew of Maqbool Sabri, the renowned Sabri brothers, who made qawwali popular in Pakistan and abroad.

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was grieved and anguished by Sabri’s killing which, he said, was an open challenge to the law and order and writ of the state.

“First the kidnapping of Awais Shah, son of the sitting chief justice of the Sindh High Court, and now the ghastly assassination of Amjad Sabri are part of a sinister conspiracy as both incidents appeared professionally organised by terrorist elements and their sponsors,” he said in a statement.

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PM Nawaz Sharif strongly condemned the assassination of Sabri and directed the concerned to find the culprits and bring them to book. According to his office, the prime minister paid tribute to the services of the late Amjad Sabri for promotion of qawwali.



In May 2014 he was asked by a court to respond to blasphemy charges following the airing of a controversial song-and-dance routine that was set to a Qawwali piece about the wedding of the Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh) daughter to his cousin.

The legacy

Amjad Sabri, 45, was the scion of the great Sabri brothers, who cemented a unique identity in Qawwali singing all around the world.

The Sabri family rose to fame in the 1970s when the dynamic duo of Ghulam Farid Sabri and Maqbool Ahmed Sabri went on to redefining the old genre of Qawwali singing.

It was Amjad who took the reins from his father Ghulam Farid and Uncle Maqbool Sabri and took the family name forward carving a more popular and less niche identity for himself and his family.

Some of the most famous works of the Sabri brothers include Tajdar-e-Haram and Bhar Do Jholi, both of which have been re-rendered by Amjad for the modern audiences.

One thing that always stood out about Amjad was that despite hailing from a family of musicians, he never restricted his contributions to the music industry at large and always remained a seminal part of artist’s protests, celebrations at large.

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In his last conversation with The Express Tribune, the late Qawwal was very excited about his song in the upcoming season of Coke Studio. His loss has been felt beyond borders, ideologies and art forms.

The lineup of Coke Studio 9 was supposed to be officially revealed today but has been held back due to the musician’s sad demise.

Sabri was embroiled in a controversy last year when he claimed that Bajrangi Bhaijaan violated copyrights by using the qawwali Bhar Do Jholi without obtaining the rights.


The singer had said that he intended to file a case against the film’s director, Kabir Khan, and the playback singer for using the song without his permission.

MQM announces three days of mourning

The MQM has announced three days of mourning in the wake of Sabri’s murder in Karachi.

MQM will halt all political activities during the mourning days and has requested the business community to wear black band on their arms, said a statement.

Qawwali maestro shot dead in Karachi

Meanwhile, party convener Nadeem Nusrat has alleged Sabri was asked to join the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) and was threatened when he rejected the request.

After the episode, Sabri had requested for adequate security, he added.

TTP claims responsibility

A splinter Pakistani Taliban group claimed responsibility for the killing.

Qari Saifullah, spokesperson of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Hakeemullah group called tribal journalists to claim responsibility.

However, there was no independent verification of the claim.

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Reader Comments (78)

  • Naila
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:12PM

    Why Wasim Akram’s incident is been talked here when the main news is about Amjad? Amazing …Recommend

  • Luccha Lafanga
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:12PM

    Why would anybody attack a singer?Recommend

  • Jun 22, 2016 - 4:18PM

    May grant him jannat

  • dara
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:26PM

    Because we have a sick concept of religious norms Recommend

  • Sami Khan
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:27PM

    India wants controlled chaos in Pakistan so that Pakistan is not a live able country. They will attack all prominent figures. Artists, professionals, businessmen and other prominent members of society. Pakistan must do more. MQM did this in 90s. Its easy for them to do this againRecommend

  • Proud to be Muslim
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:36PM

    so sad news :'(Recommend

  • Irfan_Sydney
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:43PM

    His killers could not have been Muslims. Islam is a religion of peace. In Islam killing of one innocent is like killing the whole humanity. Recommend

  • Hameed
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:54PM

    Mumtaz Qadri phenomenon lives on.Recommend

  • Jun 22, 2016 - 4:57PM

    You will be missed Amjad Sabri, rest in eternal peace. Recommend

  • Qasim
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:57PM

    so sad news. we lost a talant man.Recommend

  • Hameed
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:57PM

    Could it be rivalry between two groups over Ramadhan transmission ratings?Recommend

  • Pakistan
    Jun 22, 2016 - 4:59PM

    All work done by Rangers has been reversed and Qaim Ali is still there. People of Karachi are nothing but walking dead who do not have the courage to overpower the criminals despite knowing who their CM is and what its Police is capable or incapable of doing. There will be meetings and committees and statements and rewards announced. Don’t be fooled by such gimmicks. Nothing will happen. Don’t count MQM out of all such incidents. Qaim Shah has to go and Chandio should takeover as CM. IG is another liability. He too must go.Recommend

  • Last Man Alive
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:00PM

    Karachi has become a lawless goth under the sindhi corruption wadera raaj.

    Karachi needs to be a separate federal entity ruled by its own elected government and

    secured by federal security forces and not corrupt sindhi police

    that treats Karachi like its wadera colony meant to be looted only.Recommend

  • Hameed
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:02PM

    @Sami Khan:

    India wants controlled chaos in Pakistan

    How did you come up with this nonsense? How is Sabri incident of any importance to India or anyone else?Recommend

    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:08PM

    I think he did not pay bhatta thats why he got killed by bhatta mafia.Recommend

  • Ali
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:13PM

    Some sick minded individuals are blaming MQM for this. So what is rangers doing.Recommend

  • Vikram
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:14PM

    Why there is so much focus on a trivial matter of copyright for the song used in a Bollywood movie, when it is already settled that the rights were with the recording company and not with Amjad Sabri, Why can’t you keep yourself out of this Anti-India hysteria?Recommend

  • zafar
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:23PM

    For as long as there is RAW and MQM nexus, this will keep on happening, no stoping.Recommend

  • Arslan Rai
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:29PM

    We need to start a massive crackdown on illegal weapons. Legal licenced weapons with ammo identifiers are okay. We must Secure the borders. Send the afghan refugees back. Open trade with Iran. Mine the porous border and Ignore afghanistan. Keep india sweating in the east. End the kalashnikov culture. Bring China on board. Get the patriotic pashtuns to help us. Disarm the Karachi populace and then all major cities should follow. Without this there will be no peace and no stop to the killing of cultural icons, Activists or Promoters and no comeback of civility In Pakistan. I know our corrupt leaders won’t do anything. But Pak army under General raheel shareef might just have a chance. Please don’t fail us. We are with you in these dark times. Recommend

  • Mien Hon Pakistani
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:33PM

    These people are from MQM GANG. They just want to prove that Karachi operation is not a success. What a foolish act.Recommend

  • Jun 22, 2016 - 5:34PM

    RIP, such a tragic loss a great talent of Pakistan, prayers for him and his family. I request ET to atleast filter out posts by certain animals who claim to be human like @hameed. Find them another forum for their sick mindset when ppl r mourning. Shame on this pathetic creature.Recommend

  • Fahad Gull
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:35PM

    It’s too bad news about AmjadSabri’s death
    May his soul rest in heavens

  • Jun 22, 2016 - 5:39PM

    @Sami Khan: why do you think its India’s hand here, please do not blame India for Pakistan’s internal problems. I loved his song “Bar Do Jholi” sang by Adnan Sami (Don’t know about the controversy). Recommend

  • Azam Abbas
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:40PM

    Commentatators here showing innocencense as if they do not know the killer ethnic problem inspired and instigated by Saudis, prevailing in Pakistan. Amjad Sabri should obviously be the target of Wahabis for his renderings in praise of Hazrat Ali and the Ahlulbait.Recommend

  • NoOne
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:42PM

    Farooq Sattar (after carefully hiding targer killers of Amjad Sabri):

    “We have always pointed out that Karachi has many domains of extremist elements. These extremists kill people whenever they want,”Recommend

  • NoOne
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:44PM

    This has nothing to do with Islam. Thay want create an atomsphere of terror and chaos.Recommend

  • sheikh ikram ullah
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:58PM

    May grant him janat Recommend

  • Saleem
    Jun 22, 2016 - 5:59PM

    Total chaos in the country while the Ruling Family governs from London and Sindh Govt is run from Dubai. The so called “Leaders” are only interested in amassing fortunes and dodging Panama Leaks.
    Today’s target killing is shocking. God help us citizens.Recommend

  • Faisal
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:02PM

    Never met him or knew him other than his Qawwalis, feels like a personal loss, a brother, a friend. He was full of life, an asset to Pakistan and the world of art/music. RIP Sabri, this loss is unbearable. Recommend

  • Sumair
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:02PM

    Such a big loss to Pakistan.. Either Taliban or any political party,,, the ultimate culprit behind the scene is India..Recommend

  • Basharat
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:05PM

    So so so sad! We have lost the last diamond of Pakistan.Recommend

  • Javaid
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:06PM

    I may not be wrong if I request concerned authorities to put MQM in suspicious list as this mafia has a history of killing its own people to blame others and disturb law and order situation. Now they have a dead body to regain politically. London sent message to kill or local did it themselves.Recommend

  • Jun 22, 2016 - 6:14PM

    Karachi still safe heaven of terrorists..yesterday sindh high court judge kidnapped…today sabri one is safe in Karachi…Rangers operations..Sindh police…SSG commandos only waste of money and waste of time… Terrorists hiding in Madrsas..afgan basti…pashtoon areasRecommend

  • Mujtaba Gujjar
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:22PM

    Amjad Sabri was a sympathizer of MQM. His famous tarana “Naara Haq-Parasti ka, Inquilab Laye Ga” is very popular in MQM. Regardless his political affiliation he was a great Qawwal and pride of our country. RIPRecommend

  • YP Mississauga
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:35PM

    All high ups will take note of Mr. Sabri’s killing and order immidiate arrest of culprits, make statements of how sad and grieved they are and so forth for public consumption. Nobody is intrested in systmatic inprovement of law and order. Pakistan is becoming lawless society where its depressing to live. Look around and you find lawless soceity, where either people who are rich and powerful or culprits survive..Recommend

  • ZAK
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:39PM

    Extremism and intolerance on the rise again.Recommend

  • Ray
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:40PM

    We love to blame others for our faults..first we said it was Indians who are coming to kill our children then we found these are our homegrown fellow religious nuts who preach love and harmony through bombs…again indeed a great shock and great loss of Amjad Sabri who was truly a great ambassador of Pakistan qawali, shot dead because he failed to obey somebody ‘s orders or pay the batha…simple is that…MQM can blame anyone it wants but it engineered this scientific method of eliminating people with gun indiscriminately now it can claim that it is no longer a patent holder of the invention but now product has been widely accepted and adapted beyond its imagination….so let us thank MQM for making Karachi the city it has become…a valley of death…you have represented Karachi well Mr. Sattar. Recommend

  • Hameed
    Jun 22, 2016 - 6:50PM


    I think he did not pay bhatta

    Well Ranges are now in charge of the place so you might be right.Recommend

  • Majda
    Jun 22, 2016 - 7:02PM

    @Azam Abbas Your limited IQ is disturbing..ya right now bring on muslims against Muslims May Allaah have Mercy on Mr Sabri and grant patience to his family! Recommend

  • Raisani
    Jun 22, 2016 - 7:23PM

    A great loss. Amjad Sabri, a loving person, a good human, a great Qawaal. May his soul rest in peace. We’ll miss you Amjad Bhai.Recommend

  • Fardaad ali
    Jun 22, 2016 - 7:33PM

    So sad n shocked to see this news ..condemn this act frm my heart .where is the failed sindh govt .safety of citizens is the duty n responsibility of govt but failed miserably …Sabri was a talented qawal May Allah grant him Janna..Pakistan soft image again ruinedRecommend

  • Light
    Jun 22, 2016 - 7:44PM

    I’m speechless!Recommend

  • Haji Atiya
    Jun 22, 2016 - 7:56PM

    @Sami Khan:
    Suspect you are right and we have been going easy on India, the backstage manager of MQM, for the last 10-15 years or so. Time to reacquaint Indian cities to the mayhem they once tasted through the fervent energies of our “strategic assets”. Unfortunately Sharif & Co. have a soft spot for India and won’t lift a finger unless their primary concern, the Punjab, experiences the carnage which Karachi does on nearly a regular basis… so no wonder Indian operatives are steering clear of Lahore and its surrounds, for the time being.Recommend

  • Faiz
    Jun 22, 2016 - 8:17PM

    We really need to give up the fundamentalism, nationalism and hate preach. Enough!!!!Recommend

  • Irfan
    Jun 22, 2016 - 8:21PM

    I think time has arrived that full scale Army + Rangers operation need to start without any political interference especially MQM. Karchi have become safe heaven of Target Killers . Recommend

  • Insaaf
    Jun 22, 2016 - 8:53PM

    Had he applied for Indian citizenship, like so many of our other actors/writers/singers, he would still be alive. May Allah grant peace upon his soul. Ameen.Recommend

  • Jun 22, 2016 - 8:53PM

    I am so sad today, i still remember the times when i first heard him live at a family function.Recommend

  • Pakistani
    Jun 22, 2016 - 9:09PM

    Is it true that he was invited by Mustafa Kamal to join his party and refused…?Recommend

  • Pakistan
    Jun 22, 2016 - 9:42PM

    I have been following Talkshows post Sabri’s martyrdom. I can say with much confidence that this is a job carried out by death squad of MQM. The reasons are more than one:we will take the immediate one and that is he refused to join MQM. He also declined invitation from MQM nemesis. This murder is a signature MQM act. Guilt was visible at least from the body language of Talkshow participants from MQM. Old habits die hard. They would have liked to repeat 12 May of Musharraf period but times have changed and they don’t want to risk total elimination of the terrorists within their ranks.Recommend

  • sid
    Jun 22, 2016 - 10:11PM

    Rest in peace friend :-( . this world was too cruel for someone as wonderful as yourself. Its sad that artists like you, who transcend national boundaries and cultural cliques have to suffer so muchRecommend

  • Masood Masroof Chitrali
    Jun 22, 2016 - 11:59PM

    Soo shocking news to hear….
    The lovely voice is silenced by the very barbaric creatures who want to hear the melancholic voices in the country only…Indeed the politicians are the ultimate culprits of such incidents, because their failed policies, bitter rivalries and failure to control the law and order situation are among the other factors which cause such brutalities and killings to happen…( The other possible factors being expressed in the comments here) ..
    RIP!!! the Great Voice of Peace and love …We know that today your soul and the members of your family would be repenting and feeling ashamed over the unlucky migration of your family ancestors from India to a country where even just breathing for survival is thought to be a crime… Ashamed and saddened to hear about this incident… May Allah give his family the power to endure such an unbearable loss… Ameen..Recommend

  • Sam
    Jun 23, 2016 - 12:31AM

    Now would be a good time to read “Animal Farm” by George OrwellRecommend

  • Bundah
    Jun 23, 2016 - 12:43AM

    Sepahe Sahaba written all over it…..thanks General Zia for turning pakistan into terroristan.Recommend

  • Bundah
    Jun 23, 2016 - 12:45AM

    @majda please stop being delusional and keep your bias in check. The whole world know which ideology and country behind all this mess.Recommend

  • Hu2
    Jun 23, 2016 - 1:59AM

    Rangers have failed! Army please take notice Recommend

  • Observer
    Jun 23, 2016 - 2:48AM

    Sad. Could it have anything to do with the situation at the Afghanistan border. People with any brain should look into that connection. Recommend

  • freed
    Jun 23, 2016 - 3:30AM

    Non CCTV with High res to figure out the culpirts and who funded this. PM more intrested in running away from panama accounts than provide security to citizens. Recommend

  • Bernie
    Jun 23, 2016 - 3:31AM

    Wishes from New Zealand for peace in Pakistan. Very sad news of Amjad Sabri’s slaying. When will it end?Recommend

  • brar
    Jun 23, 2016 - 4:31AM

    @Hameed: A non sense man will always say non sense things he need no proof or he will not consider some one took responsibility , I pray for the departed soul and also for such people who has nothing to offer but hate.Recommend

  • Tp
    Jun 23, 2016 - 6:11AM

    Another life sacrificed to the Killing Fields of Pakistan. Recommend

  • Hameed
    Jun 23, 2016 - 7:21AM


    Rangers have failed! Army please take notice

    Both are same. Rangers is a unit of Army.Recommend

  • Zulfiqar
    Jun 23, 2016 - 7:32AM

    So sad to hear about Amjad Sabri’s killing. Cant believe they killed such a peaceful, loveable person. I’m just so heartbroken. Recommend

  • Parvez
    Jun 23, 2016 - 8:50AM

    ……and everyone will ‘ take notice ‘ and do nothing.Recommend

  • Asim
    Jun 23, 2016 - 9:05AM

    Truly sad incident… I beleive índia is a prime suspect behind this with Support of MQM and also PPP armed wings working to destroy the peace in Karachi, I Support Pakistani Army to take over the country please because can not see there is any possibility these currupt polítician will ever think betterment of Pakistan as every criminal belongs to a political partyRecommend

  • stevenson
    Jun 23, 2016 - 9:08AM

    @Saleem: The law and order situation in Karachi has improved considerably under the current government but it seems a lot of anti state elements are still doing their best to undermine the country. The discovery of so many criminals and agents from India like Yadav is likely behind this incident since they don’t want Pakistanäs economy to keep improving. Only recently, Pakistan’s economy was upgraded to emerging market status. This must scare those who are against Pakistan.Recommend

  • DG
    Jun 23, 2016 - 9:22AM

    If you think Taliban is a terrible thing to happen for Pakistan, think of what the Afghan people had to go through their Taliban rule.

    Please do not encourage groups who’s ideologies you do not want to be implemented in your country.

    Till the time you bury your head in the sand and continue with the good and bad Taliban, Pakistan is bound to have these incidents.

    Till you continue with strategic assets like the Taliban, world will have little faith and confidence in Pakistan.

    I am sure it will not be published as it is the hard truth. But keeping fingers crossedRecommend

  • Student
    Jun 23, 2016 - 9:40AM

    Become past in a second. But u will remembered in future. RIPRecommend

  • Ch waqar
    Jun 23, 2016 - 9:46AM

    I feel very sad on this biggest tragedy which has turn in Karachi…sooo saaad ..Me his sole in rest.Recommend

  • Jun 23, 2016 - 11:16AM

    I am deeply touched by the death of amjad sabri. So sad news for everyone he will be greatly missed. Recommend

  • ahsan ali
    Jun 23, 2016 - 3:21PM

    Why Amjad sabri shooted?? The government of Pakistan didn’t caught the kidnappers of chief justice son and how they caught the Terrorists of amjad sabri murdered..Recommend

  • zeenia Bukhari
    Jun 23, 2016 - 4:02PM

    Its a great could not be fulfiled by words…Recommend

  • Anonymous
    Jun 23, 2016 - 5:57PM

    I miss ammjad sabriRecommend

  • Jun 23, 2016 - 11:53PM

    First and foremost we extend our heartfelt condolences to the family of the slain Sufi singer Amjad Sabri. He was an icon for Pakistan and we grief his loss along with the people of Pakistan. Amjad Sabri has performed all over the United States numerous times and some of us had the opportunity to attend his concerts and see the great performer live. Sabri was a musical ambassador for Pakistan building bridges to people around the world. The terrorist’s targeting him is for no other reason but to create fear and unrest. These are actions by a cowardly enemy that is trying to destroy the political system the people really want. They can’t win using the political process, so they are showing their true nature. Amjad Sabri’s death is only a part of that. In recent weeks we have seen the terrorists target police and rangers, a prominent doctor and yesterday son of the Chief Justice of Sindh High Court was kidnapped in broad daylight. “It is our resolve that strict and indiscriminate action will be taken against terrorist involved in the incidents,” said Director General Rangers, Major-General Bilal Akbar, in Karachi, “They will not succeed in their evil agenda.”

    Abdul Quddus
    DET – U.S. Central CommandRecommend

  • Noami
    Jun 24, 2016 - 10:48AM

    This is too much bad condition of law and order in this country especially in Karachi which shows that all the security or law and forcement egencies are totally failed to protect thier own citizens including in the sense of their lifes and properties. This also shows that the macanisim of security are not fuction properly. police and intellegence egencies are looking a huge lack of skill/tecniques of advance investigation which required in this complex snario in which the different ethinic/religious etc groups are working and from outside the pakistan the foriegn agencies especially indian and afghan egencies also directly involve to disturb the situation of this city karachi. another bad thing is the justice system of pakistan is very poor and not working properly to punish of this kind of criminals
    which encourged the criminals to do every thing with out any fear of punishment. The 20 crore pakistani are living in a risk of lifes and their properties. The govt love with india is more dangerious that 60,000/- pakistani dead in this war of terror but given to india friendly
    response shows that this country is no concern of thier peoples lifes their interests
    This situation demand to change the current govt with all high level positions immediately other wise the future will be more dangerious for the peoples of pakistan.Recommend

  • jun
    Jun 24, 2016 - 3:10PM

    @Pakistan: Don’t blame outside,blame what we have inside,when we have given mullah free hand in every aspect of our lives.Unfortunately,we are blinded for that too and we will have to still suffer more in coming yearsRecommend

  • Jun 24, 2016 - 5:30PM

    We have lost a beatiful voice we always love amjad sabriRecommend

  • ali
    Jun 25, 2016 - 12:01AM

    Yes their are many “sick” minded people in karachi how are still supporting MQM [Target killers,Gangster,Bhatta mafia and after all RAW agent ] on these non human act Since 1980 (the starting of MQM)
    i am remember the time of Naseer ulllah baber when they do not have any space to save their lives.

    i think Amjad Sabri did not pay money[Bhatta] so he was killed . Recommend

  • Anonymous
    Jun 26, 2016 - 5:44AM

    Bad news for amjad sabri daethRecommend

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