Former Senior Minister Sindh Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has said that drama of Interior Minister Rehman Malik would continue till the disintegration of Pakistan

– Drama of Malik will continue till disintegration of Pakistan: Dr. Mirza

SINDH – KARACHI: Former Senior Minister Sindh Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has said that drama of Interior Minister Rehman Malik would continue till the disintegration of Pakistan, Geo News reported.

Addressing a public gathering in Lyari, Mirza said there are many secrets in his heart and he would reveal gradually.

Former Minister claimed he had apprehended target killers of MQM and that Rehman Malik released them. He said he wanted to inform ISI that he had arrested terrorists of MQM.

Dr Mirza further said Rehman Malik had warned that Army and ISI would bring government to end if they arrest the killers.

He asked COAS General Ashfaq Pervaz Kayani should the killing of oppressed masses no be halted?

Courtesy: The News

US Report: Pakistan incapable of prosecuting terrorists – the terrorists have the political backing and government is also scared of the militants!

US Report: Pakistan incapable of prosecuting terrorists

By StephenManual

A recently released US State Department report on terrorism related issues and role of Pakistan has severely criticized the Pakistani government officials for their incapability of prosecuting terrorists and militants who remained involved in different terror activities across the country. The report says that three out of four suspected terrorists are acquitted by Anti-Terrorism Courts – most of them are released by the courts owing to lack of evidence.

The report says the US was extremely unhappy over the role of Pakistan in the war against terror, saying the top functionaries of the government were playing a double game with the US. Pakistani officials commit publicly to fight a war against terrorism and help international community in eliminating the menace but actions of the state tell a different story. The US State Department report of 2010 clearly says that the acquittal rate of suspected terrorists was 75 per cent in the country. ….

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Tragedies continue to unfold in Sindh – Thirty-seven more Sindhi Hindus leave Pakistan for India over security concerns

by South East Asia News.Net

Thirty-seven Hindus, comprising five families and residents of Thul town in Jacobabad district, have permanently left Pakistan for India due to security concerns.

Despite tall claims of the ruling Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leadership, murders of Hindus, kidnappings for ransom and forced conversions are being carried out unabated across the Sindh province, Pakistan Today reports.

Like many other Hindus of the province who have migrated to other countries, these families have left the country after selling their properties and wrapping up their businesses. …..

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Taliban kidnap 30 Pakistani kids

Taliban kidnap 30 Pakistani boys in Afghanistan: Officials

By AFP

They said the incident took place on Thursday after the group of boys, aged between 12 and 18-years-old, visited the area of Gharkhi in Bajaur tribal region for celebrations marking Eid.

“These boys inadvertently crossed into Afghanistan while picnicking on the second day of Eid and were kidnapped by militants,” senior local administration official Syed Nasim told AFP.

Afghanistan shares a disputed 2,400-kilometre border with Pakistan where senior militants are believed to reside. ….

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