Mukhtar Mai – a woman who was reportedly gang raped on the orders of a tribal court in a southern Punjab village – couldn’t get justice from the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Why? Because the collected evidence was not sufficient to punish all of the accused except one sentenced to life imprisonment.
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First the ISI denied its involvement in the murder of the journalist. Then its writers' brigade started the typical elusive campaign in the media. When people were demanding registration of a murder case against Army Chief General Kayani and ISI boss General Pasha, the yes-sir-writers were very humbly requesting the ISI chief: Sir, if you get any vital clue to the identity of the culprits in the ISI, then, please, make sure that
It's a nice day in Rawalpindi today, and I'm reading my poem: Don’t expect any impartial inquiry...