Lawyers offer funeral prayers for Qaddafi in Lahore

Former SCBA secretary Raja Zulqarnain says Qaddafi was a dear friend of Pakistan.


Express October 25, 2011

LAHORE: About 20 lawyers offered funeral prayers in absentia for Moammar Qaddafi at the GPO Chowk outside Lahore High Court on Tuesday.

Lawyers present during the funeral prayers belonged to the Lawyers and Civil Society Coordination Forum.

Former secretary of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) Raja Zulqarnain, who was present there to pay respects to the slain strongman said, “Qaddafi was a dear friend of Pakistan.”

“We believe he was martyred while fighting the colonial US and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) forces.

Earlier today, Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) buried Moammar Qaddafi at an unknown location at dawn, Al Jazeera television said, quoting a source in the council.

Transitional government forces had put the body on show in a cold store in Misrata while they argued over what to do with it, until its decay forced them Monday to end the display.

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hmm | 9 years ago | Reply @antanu: who are you to teach Indians? first teach your fellow countrymen some manners then Indians, leave billoo bhaya
biased person towards fellow humanbeings
i didn't see such a comment from you where there were bad words against Indians by pakistanis, didn't see such human being consideration in that India-hating contented text book- article in ET, or anywhere all your comments have a taste against Indians. don't try to be oversmart you are a pakistani disguising as Indian.
antanu | 9 years ago | Reply

@Billoo Bhaya: have you read manto...? i am sure you cant even name one of his classics without refering to google.Had you read Manto and understood his message...you would not have been such a biased person towards fellow humanbeings.stop pretending your intellect.Its better to be illiterate than a pretending to be an intellectuaal

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