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Pakistani Army behind the butcherings/disappearances in their own land!

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  1. cyphercide

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    Missing persons case: Substantial evidence present against FC: CJP



    QUETTA - A division bench, headed by chief justice of Pakistan, on Thursday observed that substantial evidence was present against Frontier Corps in the missing persons case.
    The bench voiced concerns over the lack of progress on investigations into the enforced disappearances, observing that the issue had still not been resolved although hearing was being conducted since the year 2010.
    The court expressed sorrow over the killing of worshipers on Eid Day and loss of lives in a suicide attack in Police Lines, stating the government was not protecting the citizens under Article 8 of the Constitution and it also lacked writ in some parts of Balochistan.
    The court also sounded displeased over broadcast of a video about burning of Qauid-e-Azam’s Ziarat Residency by private televisions, and termed it illegal and unconstitutional.
    During Thursday’s proceedings, Justice Chaudhry asked the deputy attorney general as to why case was not registered against one of the speakers in a talk show who stated that “democracy has failed and why the army did not take actionâ€.
    Also led by Justice Chaudhry, an apex court bench, resumed hearing of the Balochistan unrest case, at Supreme Court’s Quetta registry.
    The bench, which also comprised Justice Athar Saeed, was presented a report on implementation of Supreme Court orders on the missing persons case by Shahid Hamid, counsel for Balochistan government.
    The bench expressed dissatisfaction over the report, and remarked that the case was being heard since 2010, but the issue had not been resolved because the court orders were not being implemented. “The court has substantial evidence against FC, but the missing persons are not being recovered,†the chief justice remarked as he expressed anger over the lack of progress in the investigation process.
    Major Nadeem apprised the court that the FC did not have even a single missing person in its custody, adding that FC had played a crucial role in restoration of law and order in Balochistan.
    Upon this, the chief justice said, “We have respect for FC; it has rendered many sacrifices, but we have evidence against it; therefore, it should increase cooperation with the judiciaryâ€.
    He said Balochistan was burning, people were disappearing and what would be the situation in their houses and what they would be thinking. “Till what time we would keep giving the hope to families of the missing persons,†questioned Justice Chaudhry.

    During the hearing, Voice for Baloch Missing Persons chairman Nasrullah Baloch informed the court that their hunger strike camp outside Quetta Press Club had been burnt last night. He told the court the camp was set alight by those who had been hurling threats on them. The CJ remarked that federal interior secretary should have been here today, but he was not present.
    The deputy attorney general apprised the court that due to an important meeting with the prime minister over Balochistan, he could not turn up.
    The court expressed displeasure, and said, “Balochistan is the biggest issue of Pakistan, but the attorney general has not appeared before the court.â€
    The hearing was adjourned till today (Friday).
    Earlier, the court conducted hearing of the suo moto case of killing of 13 passengers in Bolan, 10 people in a shooting outside a mosque and a suicide bomb attack at Police Lines in which 30 police officials killed.
    During the hearing, the counsel for Balochistan government produced reports about the investigation and arrest of accused involved. He informed the court that following the killing of passengers in Bolan, a search operation was started in the area in which several accused were killed.
    The court expressed dissatisfaction over the report, and said this was not a solution to the issue that in order to protect the people their traveling route was changed. It added that the government was not protecting the masses and their property under Article 9 of the Constitution. “The govt also lacks its writ in some parts of Balochistan,†the bench remarked.
    The CJ also expressed concerns over broadcast of the visuals of burning of the Ziarat Residency, and said this country belonged to “all of us and inquired what you want to do with this countryâ€. “The incident occurred with the residency of father of nation is not a minor incident. Balochistan is burning. 14 August was Independence Day but before it the video of burning residence was aired,†he said with dismay.
    On occasion, the deputy attorney general explained that a man in the talk-show had said that “democracy has failed and why the army did not take an actionâ€.
    At this, the CJ told the chairman of PEMRA that why FIR had not been registered against that person, adding that “we are fighting during past 4 to 5 years for the sake of democracyâ€. “Comments are being passed against democracy and constitution and you are watching it comfortably,†CJ told the PEMRA chairman.
    Balochistan Chief Secretary Babar Yaqoub Fateh Muhammad apprised the court that the identity of accused involved in torching the Ziarat Residency had been identified and some accused had also been arrested. He said that deputy commissioner and police personnel found negligent had been suspended.
    Before putting off the hearing, the court summoned the chief executive officer of the private television which had telecasted the footage about the Ziarat Residency.

    Missing persons case: Substantial evidence present against FC: CJP
     
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    This is the same case that the Pakistani ISI blamed RAW/Mossad/Scientologists for, the taqiyya practiced by the Pakistanis to kill their own people is astounding.



    Missing persons: ISI, MI counsel says RAW and Mossad involved ? The Express Tribune
     
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    East Pakistan Part II ??
     
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    Keep your fingers crossed and grab some popcorn, either way!!! :devilwork:
     
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    same old shit !!!! tell something new !!!
     
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