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88 accused of defamation and self-portrait

Killings, blasphemy laws, Pakistan, extremism, South Asia

While security authorities were beaten in a factory of Sydney Pakistan, the police gathered the police and died in the people of December 3, 2021. Photo Credit Dead AFP

Pakistan court sentences 88 to life in prison

Six people were sentenced to death, nine to life in prison, and 72 to eight years in prison. The verdict came less than four months after the Pakistani city of Silicon was mercilessly beaten, killed, and cremated by Printia Diavidad. Many criminals even posed for pictures with the corpse.

No one has been charged with felony criminal mischief in Pakistan, but at least 40 criminals have been sentenced to death in Pakistan.

Abusive speech is a controversial and frightening subject in the Muslim-majority Pakistan, and baseless allegations of blasphemy have led to an assassination attempt. At least 82 people have been killed in Pakistan since 1990. Al Jazeera.

Diawadanj, a Sri Lankan national who lived in Pakistan for 12 years, is now part of this statistics. Working as the General Manager of Rajco Industries Factory, he was ruthlessly tortured and killed by 3% in December.

Earlier in the day, rumors circulated in the factory that Diadadana had torn up stickers with the holy name of the Prophet Muhammad, sparking widespread protests outside the gate. Fearing for his life, Diadavad climbed onto the roof, hoping to escape, but was violently dragged down the street by gunmen.

According to a staff member who tried to rescue Diawadanj from the attackers, the stickers were temporarily removed as part of a factory cleanup.

Police initially charged between 800 and 900 people in connection with the attack and arrested 131 people.

“The prosecution team has worked hard to bring the case to court,” said Public Prosecutor Abdul Raf Wattu. AFP We are satisfied with the result.

But not everyone. Blasphemy expert Seiful-Malock argues that the verdicts are an inadequate trial. “Such a lawsuit is not a solution to the problem. Those who are judging and allowing justice, such as the owners of the factory, the district police and the Sialkoot district administration, are being acquitted,” he told the World News.

Accusations and accusations are often made against armed religious groups and for personal gain. In March, one teacher was killed by a rival seminary outside the seminary. According to police, the attackers relied on a child’s dream to kill the woman.

The Silicon Valley incident has caused a great deal of controversy in both Sri Lanka and Pakistan, and has been on the alert since the attack. Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has called the incident a “disgraceful day” for the country.

The verdict was widely accepted, but some were too busy to obey.

“I think all this is just an eye-opener for the Pakistani government to save the face of the international community,” he said.

“I think the sentence will be overturned by the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court. People forget this, there are new events and people run after that. This is not a serious effort to avoid such incidents in the future.

Follow Rimal Farukh on Twitter.

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