Members of the Mehsud tribe ended their jirga held in Sohrab Goth to protest the killing of Naqeebullah in a ‘fake police encounter’.
According to the jirga chairperson, Rehmatullah Mehsud, Sindh IGP AD Khwaja had assured them of taken the case to a logical end. Therefore, he added, they have decided to give the investigation time.
A video of a lawmaker ‘groping’ a young girl in Karachi caused outrage on social media on Wednesday with viewers linking it to recent spate of child abuse cases.
The video was circulated on a Facebook page with the lawmaker being identified as Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Nisar Muhammad. He is a member of the Senate Standing Committee on Human Rights.
People have allegedly claimed the minor girl to be the sister of the extra judicially murdered NaqeebUllah Mehsud
In the video Nisar can be seen addressing protesters who had congregated in Sohrab Goth area against the alleged extrajudicial killing of Naqeebullah Mehsud.
Interestingly, neither the senate delegation nor the members of the crowd object to his actions or even try to stop him.
The senator was at the gathering as part of a senate delegation which happens to represent the Senate’s Standing Committee for Human Rights.
The MPAs met organisers of the jirga where they were joined by Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani and Jamaat-e-Islami emir Sirajul Haq.