Multan police beat up elderly couple, drag them through street

Published: November 20, 2017
PHOTO: Express/Screengrab

PHOTO: Express/Screengrab

An elderly couple protesting against the Multan Development Authority (MDA) were thrashed by the Chehlak police on Monday.

Naseem Bibi, 75, and her husband were protesting against MDA officials in the Chehlak area for allegedly threatening them to leave their land when the police arrived there and started beating them up, Express News reported.

An MDA official, Ikram Baloch, who was accompanying the police, took away the couple’s protest banners and tore them.

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The police then dragged the elderly couple through the street to bring them to their van.

The footage of this shocking police brutality was captured by Express TV. It shows Chehlak SHO Ghulam Murtaza and other policemen roughing up the elderly couple and shoving them into their van.

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  • Adwani
    Nov 20, 2017 - 5:19PM

    We need to improve the quality of the Pakistani Police ForceRecommend

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