Disabled man stops CJP's vehicle pleading to recover kidnapped sister

Published: March 8, 2018

A differently-abled man stopped the car of Chief Justice of Pakistan’s vehicle on Thursday, imploring him to bring to justice the kidnappers of her teen sister, Express News reported.

Shahbaz, a resident of Khanqah Dogran, came in front of Justice Saqib Nisar’s vehicle on his way to the sessions court asking for justice.

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However, the convoy continued its journey after Shahbaz was removed by a police official on the scene.

Later, Shahbaz told the media that his sister, 18, has been kidnapped from Lahore.

He claimed that the authorities had done nothing to recover her and are instead harbouring the assailants.

“The chief justice is dispensing justice to everyone but no one is listening to me,” the differently abled man said.

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Reader Comments (3)

  • farah
    Mar 8, 2018 - 11:15PM

    This desperation is the state of Pakistan.Girls and women can get kidnapped and it is the police who are the aiding and abetting the criminals. Why is Justice a privilege and NOT a right? Why does the police of Pakistan especially Punjab police only protect the politicians and judges while the rest of the time they are exploiting the common man? Recommend

  • Anoni
    Mar 8, 2018 - 11:19PM

    It is the duty of all the below working government service officials that justice should prevails. One person can just do little if the rest are not functioningRecommend

  • Mar 9, 2018 - 2:27AM

    The justice system in pakistan is extremely poor. This is primarily due to greed of lawyers as well as incompetency of judges. There are hundred of thousands people like him waiting for justice. Recommend

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