The world has repeatedly witnessed the barbaric culture of the uniformed in Pakistan. With the Baloch revolting against the tyrant Pakistan Army, and unanimously pleading to the UN for intervention in view of 3000+ cases of forced disappearances in Balochistan, the Pashtuns repeatedly jeopardizing the government machinery by calling lockdowns, and the Sindhi’s too now slowly voicing out their pain highlighting systems bias against minorities, their respective heads living under constant threat to life, can Pakistan actually boast of being a free democratic country?
Cold Blooded Murder
Once again exposing the barbarism of the uniformed against the innocent is the recent killing of the four family members in cold blood, under the garb of an encounter. Police shot and killed a middle-aged couple, their 13-year-old daughter and another man in what they initially claimed was a shoot-out with insurgents.
What is even more disgusting is that the killing of Mohammad Khalil, his wife Nabila, their teenage daughter Areeba and a family friend, Zeeshan Javed was carried out in front of three toddlers who saw their parents and sister hacked to death by security personnel.