Pakistan

Tauqeer Abbas of District Layyah, Martyred

jos_punjab-map1-230x300 The injured of 7th Rabiul Awal firing incident at Layyah Distrcit, Tauqeer Abbas (24) was matryed in Nishtar Hospital Multan on Wednesday. He was seriously injured in firing on 7th Rabi-al-Awal (22nd Feb 2010) in Basti Gharkal (Pronounced as Jharkal) Tahsil Kahrore District Layyah. Shaheed Tauqeer Abbas got two bullets, his nervous system was damaged and because of improper arrangement for treatment he can not survived and surrendered his life. Tauqeer was sole earner of his family, was working in a factory in Faisalabad. He was very dignified and a true Azadar-e-Imam Hussain (A.S), about one and half month ago same culprits who murdered him, attacked on Imambarah. That’s why Tauqeer lodged report against them. Therefore he was unbearable for same terrorist group known as Amin Guddu Group. Amin Gudu Group is a wing of notorious terrorists outlawedparty Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (Sipah-e-Sahaba). This Gudu Groups is involved in so many murders, dacoity, robbery and ransom cases. According to some sources its main command is shifted to Karachi now. The supprot of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) mainstream leadership including Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif and Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah to outlawed terrorit group of Sipah-e-Sahaba are given the free hand to the terrorists of the outalwed organization to perform their henious crimes across the Punjab provice. Recent killing of Tauqeer Abbas in Distrcit Layyah and attacks on Eid-e-Miladun Nabi (SAWW) holy processions showed that these terrorits were expand their activities in the country with the support of PML-N and someother politicial parties. Our country is deeply victim of terrorism, people belong from all walk life are sufferer these group’s violence. It’s time for government of Pakistan to grip all terrorist activities and get rid off extremist groups for the greater cause of our country. Peace and sovereignty must be supreme for our beloved land.

Tags

Related Articles

Back to top button
Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker