|The terrified face of a woman|
A militarized, Talibanized and terrorized society is not a good omen for the over 118 million people of this unfortunate nation state only but also for the global community. Yes. A bad thing in Pakistan can affect people in other countries as well in our globalized world!
We hope besides the legal procedure, moral and religious deliberations, the intelligentsia, through serious debate, would spread awareness in the society by highlighting the psychological, sociological, economical and political aspects of this tragic incident. The shock and terror in our society could be overcome by spreading awareness. People need analysis of the incident in a scientific way, not the emotional style of our TV channels.
Despite suicide attacks, on camera beheading of innocent people by the extremists, lynching accused thieves and setting them on fire alive by groups of people have become the main characteristics of Pakistani society after the 9/11 terror attacks. A segment of our society thinks that it can do 'better' justice than the current judicial system in our Islamic Republic.
Global leaders must think seriously about the plight of people in Pakistan. Our political leaders and the military establishment are playing a cat-and-mouse game since the Zardari-Gilani-led so-called government came into power. Corruption has become our national trademark! Everywhere is corruption. Besides the tax money, loans, grants and donations for the welfare of the public go to the pockets of the ruling class: civilian and military. Still the US, UK and other developed countries have opened their treasuries for our corrupt and criminal ruling class.
Anyway, this photo feature will give our readers a bird's eye view of our society especially the police system, and many more without our detailed explanation. Because, a single photograph speaks for hundreds of pages. However, we welcome your critical views.—The Terrorland Team (TTT)
Kahawar Kalan, a village in Darya Khan tehsil of Bhakkar district, Punjab. This is the constituency (PP-48) of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharief, who belongs to one of the topmost rich families of Pakistan.
The family informed the local police, which after gathering information, raided the house of a farmer and recovered the mutilated body from a locked room. Police arrested Farman Ali and his younger brother Muhammad Arif.
Police also recovered these tools from the house of the accused. According to the officials, the accused used these tools during crimes.
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