Spy Games: ‘Don’t release Indian terrorist’

A group of women and children protested in front of the Lahore Press Club on Thursday arranged by Pakistan Meo Youth.


Express June 23, 2011

LAHORE: A group of women and children protested in front of the Lahore Press Club on Thursday to urge the government not to show any mercy to convicted Indian spy Sarabjeet Singh.

The demonstration was arranged by an organisation calling itself the Pakistan Meo Youth Forum. The protesters, most of whom were children, said they had not been personally affected by the bombings in Lahore and Kasur Singh had been sentenced to death for, but they were taking a stand against terrorism.  “The allegations against Sarabjeet Singh have been proved and he is a RAW agent,” said Amjad Shareef Lone, the president of the forum. “Terrorism is our biggest problem. It has destroyed our country.”  The protesters held placards and chanted slogans demanding that the government not entertain any request to release the “Indian terrorist” from death row.



Published in The Express Tribune, June 24th, 2011.

COMMENTS (2)

M.A.S | 10 years ago | Reply no one is in a strong position. we are not iraqis or palestinnians or otherss. We are Pakistanis and we know how to play our game.
terex | 10 years ago | Reply Hafeez saeed is behind it.. India should not talk on kashmir until pakistan hands over hafiz saeed and other indian terrorists hiding in pakistan! we are in strong position and beggars are not choosers
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