Twitter alert: Rangers sentenced... what about Mumtaz Qadri?

Twitte­rati expres­s mixed emotio­ns over verdic­t; questi­on lack of justic­e in the case of slain Salmaa­n...


Sidrah Moiz August 12, 2011

KARACHI: The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Friday sentenced to death the Rangers personnel who killed Sarfaraz Shah.

Local Twitterati expressed mixed emotions over the court's verdict, with some questioning the lack of justice in the case of slain Punjab chief minister Salmaan Taseer's.

Ali Faruq

Such a speedy court decision on Rangers killing case, wish the same had happened with Mumtaz Qadri.

AamnaTaseer

@SalmaanTaseer’s case still await justice…

Ammaraul Haq

There is still justice in Pakistan! Sentencing out in the Pakistan Rangers shooting! Now for them to actually serve their sentences!

Jehan Ara

I don't believe in capital punishment. Life imprisonment would have sufficed.

Ayesha Tammy Haq

Rangers killing case: Death sentence for one and life for the others and that’s what happens when cases are prosecuted.

Mirza9

If media pressure is what it takes for justice, you're overlooking the real issue here.

Fifi Haroon

Don’t believe in capital punishment, rest seems about right.

Faisal Qureshi

Court gives death sentence to the Pakistan Rangers official in Sarfaraz case. How come the court never tries real terrorists this way?

Saeed Shah

If Pakistan courts can convict killers of Sarfraz Shah in two months, why not the jihadi terrorists too?

Ali Abbas Zaidi

Sarfaraz Shah murder: Justice served. Thousands of terrorists and killer of Salman Taseer: Just ice served.

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COMMENTS (22)

Karachite | 9 years ago | Reply

Hang Mumtaz Qadri... or incidents will continue..

Architect | 9 years ago | Reply @NAGB & faraz: Diyat??? don't fool ur self
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