|Terrace of our house with evidences of intrusion (inset)|
Some intruders have given fresh threats in a bizarre way. At some point in the night, they entered the premises of our house in Rawalpindi, the garrison city where the Pakistan Army has its headquarters.
Evidences show that they remained on the upper terrace for some time and then left without hurting any family member in sleep. We found pieces of cigarettes, breads, newspapers (probably used to wrap some oily food) and human dirt. The evidences are there for possible tests: DNA and fingerprints.
Our house is situated in a congested and unsafe neighborhood where the roofs and walls of many houses are interconnected, making it possible for anyone to jump from one house to the other. We’re unable to know the direction from where the intruders came on the terrace of our house.
It appears that some people came on the terrace by jumping the walls, ate their possibly packed food, smoked and after relieving himself/themselves and then left the premises.
It could be a message to my elder brother, Habib R. Sulemani, that they could have broken the window or door and had entered the nearby room. This is the latest incident after three attempts on his life. He is confined to our house for the last five months.
Earlier, the accused (a group of influential journalists, powerful government officials and spymasters, please, see their names and details in previous blogs) had sent message to my brother to stop blogging and go to our native mountainous area (Gulmit, Gojal, which has been cut off from rest of the country after a devastating landslide that blocked the Hunza River and Karakoram Highway on January 4, 2010). But he had rejected it.
"You're not safe here in Rawalpindi," a representative of the accused had said in his typical soft style of hurling a threat.
It shows that the powerful accused wanted to convey their terrorizing message: "keep silent otherwise we can enter your house anytime!"
Two days earlier, a group of suspicious persons on bikes had been seen in the neighborhood behaving strangely. Let’s see what the "helpless" local police do this time. However, it's sure they would not register any case against the powerful accused. Might is right in Pakistan!
(Photo by the blogger)