Sialkot brothers’ deaths: Justice catches up with lynchers

Published: September 20, 2011
Gujranwala ATC has announced its verdict in the Sialkot lynching case in which Mughees and Muneeb Riaz were killed. 

Gujranwala ATC has announced its verdict in the Sialkot lynching case in which Mughees and Muneeb Riaz were killed. PHOTO: FILE


401. This is the number of days the family of Mughees and Muneeb Butt, brothers murdered by a mob in Sialkot, had to wait for justice. Their ordeal ended on Tuesday night when the Anti-Terrorism Court Gujranwala (ATC) issued its verdict, sentencing seven people to death, six to life in prison, and giving all the policemen involved in the incident three-year terms.

“This isn’t a day of happiness. This is a sad day for us that shows how our society is deteriorating morally,” Khwaja Anwar, 87-year-old grandfather of the victims, told The Express Tribune. “My grandsons were not robbers. Punishment to those who lynched them publicly will not bring my grandsons back but this will restore people’s faith in the judiciary and legal system.”

The ATC Judge Mushtaq Gondal found 10 policemen, including former DPO Waqar Chohan, guilty. Five of the accused were acquitted by the court. In total 28 people were accused in the case.

(Read: One year after Sialkot lynching – After Sarfraz Shah verdict, hope for justice?)

On August 15, 2010, hundreds of people gathered in broad daylight in Buttran Wali, Sialkot, as Mughees and Muneeb were lynched, in full view of police officers who made no attempts to stop the murder. The dead bodies of the two brothers were dragged through the streets by the mob, who labelled them robbers. The bodies were then hanged against a water tank. The villagers were about to set the bodies on fire when family members of brothers reached the spot and took them home. Later, no police record was found of Mughees and Muneeb, who were both students.

“We had no enmity with anyone and we will not have enmity with anyone,” Khwaja Anwar said. Sajjad Butt, father of the brothers, said: “My sons died and nothing is going to bring them back. This decision however shows that sooner or later justice prevails”.

(Read: Justice pending)

“I am thankful to God that we got justice finally. It’s been a long and painful journey but now I am satisfied that I can face my nephews on Judgment Day,” Zarrar Butt, the boys’ uncle, told The Express Tribune in a choked voice. Khwaja Anwar spoke of the difficulties the family had encountered. “We have been facing threats to stop following this case up but God’s help kept us determined. Nobody from the village where my grandsons were lynched came to the witness box to speak about the truth but what cameras recorded showed reality to the whole world,” he said.

Dr Shakeel Thakur, who pleaded for the two brothers, said: “This will be a case of its own nature where courts relied on technology and footages of TV channels to bring the truth out. We are content with the decision; however we will appeal against those who have been acquitted and who have been awarded a brief sentence”.

After outraging the country, the case gathered legal momentum when the Supreme Court of Pakistan took suo motu notice of the incident. The lynching incident was also discussed on the floor of parliament and high officials visited the aggrieved family. At the time the government announced it would deal with the case in a matter of days. However, the final verdict was not delivered for more than a year.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 21st, 2011.

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Reader Comments (93)

  • Fahad Raza
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:41PM

    Some justice at least!!!


  • Pakistani
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:41PM

    Justice has been done.


  • sami
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:43PM

    It took the courts one year to realize they need to be hanged!


  • Sep 20, 2011 - 11:43PM

    Grieved family would at last be at peace,but these butchers should be lynched the same way they martyred the two brothers


  • Sep 20, 2011 - 11:46PM

    Justice has been DONE, Alhumdullilah ..


  • Jameel
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:51PM

    Jamaat Islami guys got the justice. Let’s hope those that have claims against Jamaat Islami including PU students also get justice.


  • Ihk
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:51PM

    While this is excellent news, I really hope the higher courts do not revoke the decision.


  • Fahad
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:52PM

    Justice has been served!!!


  • Mehreen
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:55PM

    Allah is the greatest and it is Allah alone who got the family of these boys justice. We know our leaders and particularly PML (N) tried to stop justice from being done. Shame on all our leaders, police officers and the people of our country for allowing these boys to die.

    The policemen should be hung or imprisoned for life


  • Mohammad Ali Siddiqui
    Sep 20, 2011 - 11:56PM

    I welcome the judgment announced by the honourbale court.

    The court has again set the example that no one in the country is above the law.

    Few murderers have been awarded four times death sentence, people of Pakistan would like to witness the death sentence of all the murderers.

    Though no condemned prisoner has been executed since Mr. Zardari has become President of Pakistan, I would request Mr. Zardari not to pardon these brutal killers who have not only taken the lives of the innocent brothers but have also earned bad name for the country.

    Let us keep our fingers cross and wait for the execution of the murderers by the jail authorities.


  • dingling
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:09AM

    justice atlast but i think the police officers involved should have been given more tougher sentences rather than three years


  • Billoo Bhaya
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:15AM

    Hail Gujranwala Court for giving a verdict that criminals should expect and get. When the criminals appeal this verdict I trust the superior judiciary will not succumb to special interests and pressures as it did with Mukhtaran Mai verdict in both the Lahore High Court and the Supreme Court. Recommend

  • Sep 21, 2011 - 12:28AM

    Those against death-penalty are not allowed to comment here!


  • far
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:49AM

    Thank god justice is done ….I wish these tragedies never ever happen again …


  • Mirza
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:52AM

    I am against the death penalty myself. However, if there is ever a case for death penalty this might be one!


  • Angel
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:58AM

    Finallyyyy.. Shuker Elhamdolillah!! this was a long awaited justice to be done.. No one can take anybodys life in their hands.. that is pure evil trying to play IM GOD.. Justice had to be done…. We DO NOT deserve to celebrate EID if we cant respect and understand the meaning of the Holy month of Ramadan, the month of Prayers, Peace, forgiveness, patience, love and tolerance…. Our EID will only be on the day when QASAS is ruled out for the heartless, cold blooded killers of these innocent boys…. Thank you Allah for this blessed move towards justice and inshaAllah may these ruthless people rot in hell.. Without any question or doubts, Allah is the only one who gives the best justice and revenge.. God Bless..


  • Ali
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:11AM

    Good riddance.


  • N.Khan
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:40AM

    Justice will only be truly served when we actually witness the hanging of those awarded the death sentence in this case and the Karachi rangers incident, otherwise these are just empty verdicts……


  • ahmed usman
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:47AM

    @Jameel: Jammat e Islami and his people has never done this type of crime this was something inhuman it is not the moment to score the number but to hail the court which has given the verdict and also time to thanks to Chief justice of Pakistan.Unfortunately all of our liberal fascists are suffering from JAMMAT PHOBIA i wish u could ever come out of this and also remember the sacrifices JAMMAT has made for this country during 1971 war and in KASHMIR.And also remember the services JAMMAT has provided to the victims of flood and earthquake and IDPs of Sawat and Wana operations. I CAN WRITE HUNDREDS OF PAGES FOR THE SERVICES JAMMAT HAS GIVE TO THIS NATION BUT DUE TO TIME AND SPACE CONTRAST I M LEAVING HERE.


  • Bilal
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:51AM

    Those who saw the videos will be happy to see justice done.


  • Hellodrsoul
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:51AM

    I agree with the verdict 100%. I now trust our courts.


  • AH
    Sep 21, 2011 - 2:03AM

    Now i hope that high court and supreme court also refuse their Apil against death sentence.


  • rehmat
    Sep 21, 2011 - 2:36AM


    “Jamaat Islami guys got the justice. Let’s hope those that have claims against Jamaat Islami including PU students also get justice”.

    This case had nothing to do with whether they were Jamaat-e-Islami or not. Please do not confuse issues.


  • Amir Wayn
    Sep 21, 2011 - 3:00AM

    All the verdicts will be equitted soon…Recommend

  • Chaudhry Allah Daad
    Sep 21, 2011 - 3:23AM

    Policemen present at scene were real culprit. If they had acted according to law, so many lives would have been saved. Its a lesson to those who take law in their hand. The day is in sight when terrorists and their supporters face the consequences of their actions.


  • Sep 21, 2011 - 3:24AM

    They should be hanged in public


  • ali
    Sep 21, 2011 - 4:07AM

    And Justice for All…Allah hu Akbar…


  • Ayub Parvaiz Of Agra , India .
    Sep 21, 2011 - 4:14AM

    Mughees & Muneeb’s Murder
    This Verdict Gave The People Of Pakistan A Sense
    Of Relief That Everything Is Not Lost In Pakistan .
    I Salute The Gujranwala Anti Terrorism Court .


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  • Azhar Virk
    Sep 21, 2011 - 5:28AM

    Justice is not easy job takes time and am sure if the same case was heard in British / American or any other western court, would have taken much more time then taken by Pakistani court. Question now is execution of justice and I don’t think will happen in Pakistan.


  • Azhar Virk
    Sep 21, 2011 - 5:47AM

    @Chaudhry Allah Daad:
    I don’t think Policemen were the real culprit, I don’t think they were doing anything and that’s their crime,failing for their duty and complacency. real culprits were the public, who was watching and recording and no one helped them, few were lynching but many more were just standing bye and seeing the Tamashaa.
    I don’t have any sympathy for police for the criminal negligence but one should must understand the very difficult and dangerous job they are in. I wont be just wearing that uniform fr that kinda money and I am sure most of you will agree, just wearing that uniform is invitation for Batamizi, humiliation, disgrace, and now some people think its swaab to kill them. I think it is more dangerous then being in army or being astronaut without any help/ appreciation/support, but these are not the reasons to do the job properly that they took knowing all the risks and not delivering the protection and help to those Majboor Brothers. I think the real culprits are the society, culture, intolerance and moral degradation.Recommend

  • Naeem Siddiqui
    Sep 21, 2011 - 5:49AM

    A Good news from Pakistan!


  • Azhar Virk
    Sep 21, 2011 - 5:51AM

    Justice is never served in Pakistan. these are just illusions, reality we all will see.


  • Aamir
    Sep 21, 2011 - 6:55AM

    Alhumdolilah !!!!!!!


  • Sep 21, 2011 - 7:46AM

    INSHALLAH the sentences will be carried out speedily. Justice delayed is justice denied. What was the crime of these two brothers? They were pious, they were returning from Fajr prayers and living in a mohalla led by ignorant locals who had accused them of being robbers. And the cops…….the less said about them the better.

    May ALLMIGHTY ALLAH give HIS compassion and solace to the bereaved mother and give the departed souls eternal peace in Jannatul Firdous. Ameen.

    Salams to Pakistan.


  • Asim
    Sep 21, 2011 - 7:53AM

    Hang them in public so that the other corrupts can learn a lesson.

    Justice prevails


  • Umar
    Sep 21, 2011 - 8:00AM

    Why we love to see DAKOOOS in Karachi or Faisalabad to be killed by public? Where our humanity gone at that time? Where is JUSTICE for Wazirstan, Quetta and Karachi’s boys? I have seen Kamran Shahid’s program at Express, he showed a video of a bearded person and calling these boys a DAKOOO; ON QURAN. So what went wrong with this if they killed an innocent and robbed many and then got killed by public?

    We appreciate courts when they do such emotional decisions.

    Be RATIONAL, call spade a spade.

    My views are that boys did wrong but public had no authority to kill any one in the name of dacaits wether they are in Karachi or Faisalabad.


  • SA
    Sep 21, 2011 - 8:38AM

    I could not believe at first; I thought it was too good to be true. Thanks to Allah, the verdict is fair, though the police officials deserved much more! Lets hope the death sentence is carried out ASAP!


  • mfhussain
    Sep 21, 2011 - 8:43AM

    now carry it out!
    just you wait they will get off on appeal


  • Mariam b
    Sep 21, 2011 - 8:45AM

    Capital Punishment must come to an end, regardless of crime comitted


  • Maher
    Sep 21, 2011 - 9:30AM

    They should be hanged publicly….Recommend

  • AAB
    Sep 21, 2011 - 9:30AM

    I believe the police officers involved (in the sense that they were mere spectators of the whole incident) should have been given harsher punishments! They are trained for such circumstances and they are the authority to keep law and order in any place!


  • Naveed
    Sep 21, 2011 - 9:37AM

    @Mariam b……..on the likes of Norway where fanatics like Brezevik can go on a rampage and kill hundreds of innocent people?……he knew it all the way that no matter what….he wont be hanged since there is no capital punishment in Norway. you imagine if we abolish that here as well….there will hundreds of religious fanatics running around on streets shooting the other sect…..dnt follow the west blind folded….


  • Tayyab Fahim
    Sep 21, 2011 - 9:44AM

    Why not the DPO and other policemen were given the death sentence, because they were fully involved in the murder case of these two innocent brothers. these peoples deserve the same punishment what they gave these two brother in same manner…and hang them alive till they dead…alongwith the police officials they support them


  • Mubbashir
    Sep 21, 2011 - 9:47AM

    That brings peace to my soul. Finally!


  • ..alee
    Sep 21, 2011 - 9:51AM

    All of the culprits should be hanged till death in Public. Against the same Water Tank where the mob hung the 2 brothers. It would definitely a shock for audience and will definitely win faith in judiciary.

    Yes its inhumane but its nothing to what they did to 2 brothers. This verdict and this punishment should become an eye opener for everyone and the best way to do it is to hang them in public.


  • Dee
    Sep 21, 2011 - 10:06AM

    Awesome! Alhumdullilah!


  • Nauman
    Sep 21, 2011 - 10:09AM

    The riddle remains unfolded. Who killed the village boy and injured other? What were these brothers doing at dawn in that village which is far away from their home? If playing cricket, where is the rest of team? or was it possible to play cricket in muddy grounds after the rain? Did anybody console the family of village boy and probe his murder? Why the police did not interfear? was there any personal interest of police? We have seen many instances when snatchers or robbers are stabbed to death or bodies set on fire in Karachi, Faisalabad etc but no media trial in those cases.
    As appeared in the news that nobody from the village came in the witness box and the trial is bsed on media footage and other videos, it seems that benifit will be given to accused in appeal stages otherwise it will set a new precedence.


  • MAD
    Sep 21, 2011 - 10:09AM


    The public prosecutor clarified that the offence with which the police officers were charged had a maximum sentence of 3 years so neither they nor the judges could have done anything more.


  • MAD
    Sep 21, 2011 - 10:12AM


    There are no charges against the two boys, the only witnessess were fraudulent ones who came up to defend the real murdrers. the courts clarified that a long time ago. The two boys cannot and will not be called criminals. The only FIR registered against them was the fake murder robberry FIR by the SIalkot police after the two were killed to cover up this crime.


  • billo barber
    Sep 21, 2011 - 10:15AM

    thanks to Almighty Allah.


  • billo barber
    Sep 21, 2011 - 10:22AM

    at that time of incident took place if a single police man had some courage to fire some rounds in air i am sure that will dispurse all mobs and this all can be stopped but they didnt do so, i think police officials should be hanged also otherwise this type of incidents couldnt be stopped.Recommend

  • Muhammed Bilal
    Sep 21, 2011 - 10:52AM

    Although the justice came very late but the media has played its vital role in this justice. we must support the court and media and request them please give some justice about the curreption in pakistan.


  • N.M.Mitha
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:09AM

    “Allah k ghar deir hai andher nahi”

    I am very much happy to see that still in Pakistan justice do exist to atleast give punishments to those who has never built any bonding with their society to bring it up for betterment of this country.
    When I saw this video for the first time …I could not believe that we are living in 21st century where our well priviliged childrens use Iphone and Ipads to enter in this world and express what they feel. I was surprised to see that still in our various part of pakistan we feel pride to threat and beat innocent childrens, youth in public on roads as like its a free ticket play going on for them….and our public just cant say after what they see and witnessed and they shut their mouth for so called values which has yet could not bring this country up …….Recommend

  • Pakistan One
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:10AM

    I am disappointed to learn about the verdict. All police officers should have been lynched too. So sad.


  • MAD
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:15AM


    Uhhhh. The accused are on TV torturing two boys too death. There is no credible evidence linking the two with murder. The accused have no right (legal, moral or otherwise) to do what they did. I personally would prefer a short drop hanging where there necks dont break and they die through suffocation after 15-20 minutes. That is what they deserve.


  • Anthony Permal
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:23AM

    @Naveed: You said

    “you imagine if we abolish that here as well….there will hundreds of religious fanatics running around on streets shooting the other sect…..dnt follow the west blind folded….”

    There is no death penalty in Norway, and only ONE religious fanatic went on a rampage there, none before and none after. Recommend

  • Kafka
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:32AM

    @Nauman: Agreed, there are so many unanswered questions. The brutality of the villagers, who took the law into their own hands, got the proper punishment. The sentence given to the policemen also means that they will loose their jobs too. But what about the milkman and the boy who allegedly got killed by the bullets of these brothers??


  • Nasir
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:33AM

    I was horrified when i saw the video of them being murdered. I really wish the courts could hand out similar sentences to all those involved in terrorism


  • Sameen
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:41AM

    @Fahad Raza:
    every one should be killed that were involved


  • Sameen
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:43AM

    every should be killed who were involved
    thats would be the complete justice


  • Fghafoor
    Sep 21, 2011 - 11:56AM

    Happy to see some kind of starting of justice system here in our country.
    Hope the same kind of justice system grow speedily.
    My wishes are with our justices system.


  • Sarmad Usmani
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:02PM

    the prosecution of a person will not justify the killing of two persons three persons will be killed in whole ………….


  • Sep 21, 2011 - 12:12PM

    I do not agree that justice has been done in the case as it is too early to say that. The accused still have the right to appeal their verdicts in the High Court and then the Supreme Court whose record, unfortunately, has not been too encouraging in such matters. This case has given them a chance to improve on that dismal record. Justice will only be done when these verdicts are carried out and the convicts are hanged. Technicalities should not be used to thwart justice. To rephrase Shakespeare: “My Lords; In order to do a great right, do a little wrong!”.Recommend

    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:12PM

    let’s see if the judjements will ever be implemeneted!!


  • Haroon
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:21PM

    All the culprits in this case should be hanged publicly. Court has given lesser punishment to the policemen. They should be hanged publicly as well.


  • Rana
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:26PM

    Justice still to come !!! High Court, Supreme Court & finally president


  • Proud Pakistani
    Sep 21, 2011 - 12:33PM

    I request all to hold on, the track record of appeal againt ATC in higher courts of appeal is quite alarming , JUST HOLD ON TILL THE FINAL VERDICT


  • shuja
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:06PM

    @Mubbashir: Wait till verdicts of higher courts.Do not forget Mukhtara Mai case end.


  • thundapani
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:16PM

    The culprits should be hanged in public where the cime was committed. No mercy dr them and the town people. Shame on them.


  • Aftab Kenneth Wilson
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:17PM

    Actually the Policemen who were watching this barbarian act should have been hanged. Anyhow I agree with this judgment but would request those who matter in our governance to revisit the constitutional provisions so that all get same treatment for any crime.


  • Sep 21, 2011 - 1:28PM

    Plz also appriciate to the Jutice(whos order this decision). And Chief Justice of Pakistan CH Iftikar also deserve for appriciations.
    and My request to High and supreme court is that please Hang out also to DPO chohan.

    Pakistan Zinda abad….CJ paindabad. Recommend

  • mohsin
    Sep 21, 2011 - 1:41PM

    Good new, but 3 years charges to security personal who present and didn’t do any thing at the time of incident, is very low, court should given him at least 10 years punishment, these people really degrade Pakistan’s image.


  • Kazmis
    Sep 21, 2011 - 2:22PM

    Wrong thinking is spoiling our nation. People can not think deeply. There will not come psychology experts to teach and enlighten Pakistani nation. See the video so many people are witnessing that incident, many people are using stick to accomplish the job, there are two boys killed none has the sympathy of any one even those who killed them with out any mask and in the day light. What those boys had done so uncomfortable that people prefer to hang by the court but they took law in their hands. Just think people are left no choice…


  • Naveed
    Sep 21, 2011 - 2:56PM

    @Anthony Permal……… go back and read my comments again ….I am afraid you didn’t get what I was saying


  • Pure Pakistani
    Sep 21, 2011 - 3:30PM

    if culprits go into the upper courts they should also be awarded death sentence to police officials inluding chohan.


  • haris
    Sep 21, 2011 - 6:59PM

    @[email protected]:

    Real justice is ‘Qisaas’ and it would surely (INSHALLAH) be done in the final court of Almighty ALLAH.

    God bless the family members and protect all others from insane mob of our countrymen who claimed themselves as Muslims.
    The strange thing in this case that not a single witness appear against the Infidels. Thanks for the technology that helped brought justice to this family.

  • haris
    Sep 21, 2011 - 7:15PM

    The policemen got the amnesty and escaped from Death penalty because their judgment was made on on the basis of Police Act of Pakistan. but surely in the court of Almighty ALLAH their is only one Constitution which has only one Act in which a criminal deserve a punishment equal to the crime he/she committed and has no such amnesty act of prohibition.

    Please continue your prayers for these innocent boys until the execution of justice is made. Because we all know our Judicial system, as there are many ways to avoid punishment.


  • Worthless Worthiness
    Sep 21, 2011 - 7:19PM

    You have a group of people, who killed two young men, in broad day light, in public, in front of the cops, in a ruthless manner…

    And you have a group of people, here on the tribune website, commenting, thanking Allah for the death sentances, asking for a public hanging.

    You all are no differnt from one another, all you do is take your frustrations of life out on others and on society. Look at your selves in the mirror hard one day, and perhaps repeat the comments you have posted here so you can see your inhuman face live.

    All the same, all alike. Worthless.


  • Resolved
    Sep 21, 2011 - 8:06PM

    Justice do take time, violance don’t. We must raise voice against violance anywhere, who knows our effort will save the life of our loved-one one day. Don’t be silent if the victim of cruelty is not your friend or reletive. That was the lesson God was teaching us by the ordeal. Remember: “lesson not learned” will be repeated. Can you afford that now?


  • Lone Star
    Sep 21, 2011 - 8:55PM

    As if they are not already out there running around?


  • Kiran
    Sep 22, 2011 - 12:18AM

    Finally justice!!!


  • roxy
    Sep 22, 2011 - 6:05AM

    i was happy to hear justice was done. The government and police in pakistan should be ashamed.
    if it was up to me i would have hung the lot of em instantly.. Appeal will not help them inshalla. Allah is all seeing and all hearing


  • syed moeed hussain
    Sep 22, 2011 - 12:36PM

    I am so happy and thrilled to read this news. I hope and pray this is a lesson learned for our uncivilized society not to play god and take out their own verdicts. Our brothers were not muggers or looters.


  • sashayub
    Sep 22, 2011 - 1:18PM

    …as yet, this is a start, justice will only be done when its done i.e. when the convicted are hanged by their necks in the same streets where they murdered the boys!


  • Anwar Hasan
    Sep 22, 2011 - 6:32PM

    Please follow through with the verdict. The whole world is watching!


  • Patrick G Masih
    Sep 23, 2011 - 1:02AM

    Is this justice or revenge? If it is the latter, we are only slightly better than the culprits who, rightly or wrongly, believed that the the two brothers were murderers. (And yes, if they weren’t, has there been a separate court case seeking to punish the ‘true’ murderers of the village boy?)

    If this is justice, should not the supposed upholders of the law, who stood by and abetted the murders) be at least as seriously punished as those who who did the lynching?

    If this is murder of the first degree, and the convicted thus meriting capital punishment, what was the motive? Was pre-meditation established?

    Those of us willing to ignore these and other troubling questions may take some comfort in the so called “victory of justice”, but that is only us telling ourselves that we could never be monsters like those cold-blooded murderers. This is rather convenient, as it keeps us dealing with the really tough question of what it is in our society that creates such monsters, or if indeed , their actions can be explained, even if never justified.

    And most of all, the two brothers looked liked angels.


  • neetu saraogi
    Sep 24, 2011 - 4:23PM

    We should not forget – that there is a justice higher than that of a MAN…


  • Timur Shah
    Sep 27, 2011 - 12:57PM

    The news of hanging the murderers is encouraging. I want to know the date and time and place of the hanging. It should be made at the same place where the Hafiz brothers were mercilessly clubbed to death and hung by these merciless calous and shameless men or bettter ,in Islamabad infront of the Supreme Court.

    By God if these are hung in public, no one will ever dare to take such an act in hand in this country.

    Further more, it has been too long for the decision of the court to come. I say that it should be executed without delay.

    Timur Shah


  • Babar F.
    Sep 27, 2011 - 7:56PM

    Justice is being served but it should make us look like a crowd of blood thirsty cavemen. After all, it was the desire for blood & justice that wrongly killed those two innocents in the first place.


  • Babar F.
    Sep 28, 2011 - 1:32AM

    @ali? What? Did you just quote a line from U.S, Constitution? I hope we have one in our too.


  • prince
    Oct 8, 2011 - 6:33PM

    Dear Allah,
    Thank you for your justice.


  • M.ahsen
    Oct 17, 2011 - 12:49PM

    what is justice……”?>


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