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  1. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by from_da_lost_dim3nsion View Post
    why not U.S or U.k Citizenship ? .How can a pak issue aus residence visa ?
    Govt wasn't involved. Shahrukh's family arranged / fulfilled the immigration requirement.


    Rlaely it deson’t mttaer waht I wirte you’ll sitll uanrtednsnd it

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    Pardon for Shahzeb killers triggers debate
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    Shahzeb Khan. — File photo
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    KARACHI: The pardon of a business tycoon’s son and his three accomplices on Monday in the Shahzeb murder case by the family of the deceased has triggered a debate as the legal fraternity believed that under the law the convicts could not be exonerated in this manner, but religious scholars did not find the move in clash with any clause of Shariah.

    The lawyers recognised Section 309 (waiver of qisas in qatl-i-amd) of the Pakistan Penal Code, but they believed that it could not favour Shahrukh Jatoi, Siraj Talpur, Sajjad Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari because they were convicted under the Anti-terrorism Act.

    “The accused were tried by an anti-terrorism court because they were charged under Section 7-A of the ATA,” said Muhammad Farooq, a Sindh High Court lawyer with expertise in criminal cases.He said the accused could have been pardoned by the aggrieved family if they were tried under the PPC, but they were convicted under the ATA for a non-compoundable offence.

    Mr Farooq said the defence lawyer should have convinced the appellate court that his clients should not be tried under the ATA because it was a simple murder case. Had the appellant bench been satisfied, Section 7-A of the ATA could have been removed from the charge sheet and the accused tried by a regular court.

    “Under the ATA, terrorism is not an offence against an individual or a family, but a crime against society and the state,” he said.

    Khawaja Naveed Ahmed, Advocate, said the aggrieved family could only pardon the convicts if the case was tried under the PPC.

    He said that in case of pardon by the deceased family, the punishment would become invalid only under the PPC, but it would stay unaffected if it was handed down under the ATA.

    But Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman did not see the Shahzeb family’s pardon contrary to the teachings of Islam and Sharia. Islamic law allowed the aggrieved family to settle the dispute with the accused under three conditions.

    “First, the aggrieved party can ask the state to execute the accused if he or she is found guilty. Second, they can compromise with the guilty party after receiving a certain amount of money, which is not fixed in Islam. Third, they can pardon the convicts in the name of Allah. I think they (Shahzeb’s family) went for the third option,” he said.

    He, however, said that it was a responsibility of the state to ensure that there was no pressure on the aggrieved family and no unlawful means were involved.

    DEAL?: Unconfirmed reports of a multi-million rupee deal between the aggrieved family and the convicts went viral on social and broadcast media.

    One TV channel claimed that the Jatois had paid about Rs350 million as compensation to the family of Shahzeb. It also said that the aggrieved family had planned to settle abroad.

    But Shahzeb’s mother denied these reports and said that a ‘malicious campaign’ had been launched against her family by certain elements.

    “We have forgiven the killers of our son only in the name of Allah,” Ambreen Khan was quoted as saying by another TV channel. “We have not received even a penny and we all are here in Pakistan.

    We can even produce our passports which have no visa stamps of any country.


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    What a sham.


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    There is no democracy in Pakistan. When you cannot prosecute a simple murder case in a simple manner you can forget about all this talk of democracy and how it will help Pakistan. Only a violent uprising will change things otherwise expect more of the same. It was only a matter of time before the reality of pak society showed its true colors.

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    Retrial of Shahzeb Khan murder case commences in Karachi

    A sessions court in Karachi on Tuesday began conducting the retrial of the Shahzeb Khan murder case as per the Sindh High Court's order.

    On November 28, the high court had revoked the punishments previously awarded to Shahrukh Jatoi and three others in the case and ordered a retrial. The SHC had made the decision while hearing a criminal review application filed by Shahrukh Jatoi's lawyer, Advocate Farooq H. Naek, in August 2016.

    In 2013, an Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) had awarded the death penalty to co-accused Shahrukh Jatoi and Siraj Talpur for Shahzeb's murder. Siraj's younger brother, Sajjad Ali Talpur, and his servant, Ghulam Murtaza Lashari, had been handed life sentences.

    A couple of months after the sentence, however, Shahzeb's parents had issued a formal pardon to the convicts. The pardon was approved by the SHC ─ as was pointed out by Sindh prosecutor general at the last hearing at the high court.

    As the retrial commenced today, the sessions court was informed of the pardon and sought a report on the pardon from the high court. The court remarked that both parties will be summoned with regards to the pardon.

    The court ordered that the documents pertaining to the pardon should be verified and submitted before it.

    A verified copy of the high court's order to revoke the punishments against the accused was also sought.

    The case was adjourned till January 5.


    The murder of Shahzeb Khan

    Twenty-year-old Shahzeb Khan, the son of Deputy Superintendent of Police Aurangzeb Khan, had been gunned down in Karachi's Defence Housing Authority on the night of December 24, 2012 when he was returning home along with his sister after attending a wedding.

    Shahzeb was killed for picking a fight with one of the suspects’ servants, who had verbally threatened and harassed his sister.

    Then chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry had taken a suo motu notice of the incident which sparked widespread outrage across the country through newspapers, TV channels and social media.

    As the prime accused belonged to powerful feudal families, the incident had triggered a nationwide debate over whether the country’s elite could be held accountable for crimes they committed.

    Later, after a speedy trial, Judge Ghulam Mustafa Memon of Anti-Terrorism Court-3 sentenced Shahrukh Jatoi and co-accused Nawab Siraj Talpur to death. Sajjad Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari, the Talpurs’ servant, were handed life imprisonment for their involvement in the murder.

    An application — filed on behalf of the victim’s family in the SHC under Section 345 (2) of the Criminal Procedures Code, asking the court to allow the convicts and the legal heirs of the victim to settle the matter out of court — has been pending disposal.


    An outrageous crime

    Initially, the case (FIR 591/12) was registered under Sections 302 (premeditated murder), 109 (abetment) and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code on the complaint of the deceased’s father. However, during the investigation, Section 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) of the PPC and Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997 were incorporated in the FIR.

    The episode started with the harassment of accused Lashari with the victim’s sister. She stated in the trial court that Lashari had hurled indecent remarks at her as she was about to enter her 11th-floor apartment upon her return from a wedding.

    The teenage girl deposed that she immediately phoned her mother about harassment from the Talpurs’ servant. The girl’s mother stated in her deposition in court that she immediately sent her son home as his sister was in trouble.

    The victim returned and had an altercation with Lashari, which led to a quarrel between him and the accused persons. The victim’s mother tried to pacify the situation and directed her son to tender an apology.

    The victim did what his mother asked him to do, but the accused persons did not accept the apology, saying that they would be satisfied only if Lashari, who had been employed as a cook by the Talpurs only two days before the incident, was allowed to slap the victim.

    On hearing those terms, the victim’s mother directed her son to leave the place. Immediately after Shahzeb's departure, Shahrukh Jatoi had taken out his pistol and threatened that he would kill Shahzeb.

    After the four co-accused in the case had also departed, the victims’ parents went to the apartment of the two accused Talpurs’ father, Nawab Imdad Ali Taplur, to settle the matter.

    However, the accused persons meanwhile intercepted the victim at Karachi's Khayaban-i-Bahria and shot him dead.

    Two friends of the victim, Muhammad Shah and Muhammad Ahmed Zuberi, who had chased the accused persons fearing an assault, witnessed the incident and deposed in court accordingly.

    The two friends stated in court that Shahzeb rolled over and rested on a side after he was fired upon. Nawab Sajjad Ali Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari then walked up to the victim’s car and asked Shahrukh Jatoi to kill the victim as he was still alive.

    Jatoi had then fired more shots at the victim, ensuring his demise.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1377570/re...ces-in-karachi


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    Court working to let the murderers off the hook. Sindhi waderon ka raaj hai bhai...


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    Court approves bail plea of Shahrukh Jatoi in Shahzeb Khan murder case


    KARACHI: The session court (South) on Saturday approved the bail of Shahrukh Jatoi and three other defendants in the Shahzeb Khan murder case.

    The court ordered the defendants to submit surety bonds of Rs 0.5 million each, following which the court will issue the release order of the accused.

    Jatoi was also granted bail in the illegal weapon possession case registered against him on a surety bond of Rs0.1 million.

    Aurangzeb Khan, the father of late Shahzeb Khan, had earlier today filed an affidavit in support of the defendant's bail application in the court.

    Shahzeb Khan was gunned down by the son of an influential feudal in a posh locality of Karachi. An ATC in 2013 had awarded death sentences to Shahrukh Jatoi and Siraj Talpur for the murder of Shahzeb, while life sentences were awarded to Sajjad Ali Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari.

    Aurangzeb Khan stated in his affidavit that with the consent of his family members, he has reached a compromise with the family of the convicts and has pardoned the murder of his son in the name of God, hence he has no objection on the bail plea of convicts.

    The court has announced to give its decision on the bail plea of convicts today.

    Earlier, Jatoi appealed against the death sentence handed to him before a two-member bench of the Sindh High Court.

    In a sad and unexpected turn of events, the parents of the deceased Shahzeb Khan decided to pardon the culprits responsible for the murder of their only son.

    The Sindh High Court (SHC) ordered a retrial, and stroked down the death penalty awarded to the convicts by an Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in its November 28's verdict.


    Shahzeb Khan murder case

    Shahzeb Khan, 20, was shot dead on the night between December 24 and 25 in 2012.

    According to the 2013 judgment, the court penalized all four accused with Rs 500,000 fine while Sajjad Talpur and Murtaza Lashari were ordered to serve an additional one-year imprisonment for harassing Shahzeb’s sister.

    Speaking to a private news channel in 2013, the victim’s mother Ambreen Aurangzeb reportedly said that: “we may not have forgiven them in our hearts, but we have pardoned our son’s killers in the name of Allah.We cannot spend our entire lives in fear… we took the decision considering the circumstances.”


    Details of pardon agreement

    According to the details of the pardon agreement between the convicts, Shahzeb Khan’s family were paid Rs 270 million.

    Sources informed Geo News that as part of the agreement, the deceased’s family were given a 500-square-yard house in the Defence neighbourhood of Karachi, while his father was given an apartment in Australia.

    According to sources, the pardon agreement was with Shahzeb’s father DSP Aurangzeb. Meanwhile, Shahrukh Jatoi has been admitted to the Jinnah Hospital for the last two months.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/173576-sha...il-application


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    Great! Take the money and everthing is ok. So all the outrage about wanting justice was a haggling strategy.

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    For Pakistanis , everything is money.I understand the family of the Shahzeb Khan was under pressure but it is no excuse.Everything is on sale in Pakistan.

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    What is conveniently missing from all the condemnation of recent developments is any mention of the Qisas and Diyat laws that allowed him to walk free and it's no secret why people are skirting that particular issue. This is not the first time someone has walked free after committing multiple murders in broad daylight and then paying off the victims *cough* Raymond Davis *cough* and back then too we had the usual "OMG politicians so corrupt" with nary a mention of the law that allowed the murderers to walk free because then we'd have had to confront the reality that it was an Islamic law, pure and simple, not corruption or graft that ultimately facilitated murderers walking free (it's the same story with our rape laws where victims routinely go to jail under an Islamic law, most recently around July-August this year).

    Had this law not been in place, it simply wouldn't have been possible for the perpetrator to pay off the victim's family because they would have had no legal power to "forgive" the murderer. Another example of our nation's hypocrisy. Everyone wants a particular set of laws and when they backfire, the blame goes to everything but the laws themselves, be they Qisas laws, blasphemy laws or the rules of evidence in rape cases.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DW44 View Post
    What is conveniently missing from all the condemnation of recent developments is any mention of the Qisas and Diyat laws that allowed him to walk free and it's no secret why people are skirting that particular issue. This is not the first time someone has walked free after committing multiple murders in broad daylight and then paying off the victims *cough* Raymond Davis *cough* and back then too we had the usual "OMG politicians so corrupt" with nary a mention of the law that allowed the murderers to walk free because then we'd have had to confront the reality that it was an Islamic law, pure and simple, not corruption or graft that ultimately facilitated murderers walking free (it's the same story with our rape laws where victims routinely go to jail under an Islamic law, most recently around July-August this year).

    Had this law not been in place, it simply wouldn't have been possible for the perpetrator to pay off the victim's family because they would have had no legal power to "forgive" the murderer. Another example of our nation's hypocrisy. Everyone wants a particular set of laws and when they backfire, the blame goes to everything but the laws themselves, be they Qisas laws, blasphemy laws or the rules of evidence in rape cases.
    Wasn't a law recently introduced that prevented this sort of thing happening, with the murderer paying the family of the victim and walking scot free. I think it was for the Qandeel Balouch case in which the murderer wasn't allowed to be pardoned by the family (since the murderer was part of the family itself).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Wasn't a law recently introduced that prevented this sort of thing happening, with the murderer paying the family of the victim and walking scot free. I think it was for the Qandeel Balouch case in which the murderer wasn't allowed to be pardoned by the family (since the murderer was part of the family itself).
    Only applicable in honor killing cases and still had a loophole that allowed the next of kin to forgive the murderer.


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    The only reason why Shahrukh Jatoi went behind bars in 2012/13 was because the then CJ Iftikhar Chaudry took Suo Moto action, without that the guy would have gotten away with it. They tried to kill time under the hope that the public outcry, outrage would die down by 5 years time and a lot can change in 5 years which is what has happened.

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    These killers are openly getting away with it through threats and intimidation and nobody can do anything about it. That is the reality of the law and order situation in Pakistan and they talk about democracy and the rule of law in Pakistan? Right

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    Shahzeb murder case: SC moved against SHC decision on Shahrukh Jatoi's retrial

    Lawyer and rights activist Jibran Nasir and other citizens of Karachi on Tuesday filed an appeal in the Supreme Court against a Sindh High Court decision to retry Sharukh Jatoi and his accomplices in the Shahzeb Khan murder case.

    In November, the SHC had set aside the death penalty awarded to the accused and ordered a retrial of the case in a sessions court. The court's decision was taken on a criminal review petition filed by Jatoi's lawyer, who argued that terrorism charges should be dropped as the prime suspect was a juvenile at the time of the offence.

    "The citizens have been deeply affected and aggrieved by judgement of the SHC whereby terror charges were removed against Shahrukh Jatoi and three others in the case of killing of youth Shahzeb Khan," says the press release issued by the appellants.

    According to the press release, the killing of Shahzeb Khan had “created a sense of helplessness and insecurity amongst the people of Defence/Clifton,” as a car chase and shootout took place on a public road in the densely populated area of Defence Housing Authority.

    "Against the judgement of the honourable Sindh High Court ... [the appellants] also prayed that operation of the said judgement should be suspended, and all four accused including Sharukh Jatoi should be arrested and taken in judicial custody."

    "It is astonishing that a retrial has been ordered in the case where the trial had been concluded four and half years ago. The sole reasoning given by the SHC is that motive of killing Shahzeb Khan was personal enmity. Since then, all accused have been released on bail," the press release adds.

    "It is because of inconsistent application of laws and meddling of power and influence in investigation and prosecution of criminal cases including those related to terrorism that such horrifying acts continue to take place in society where killers roam around with impunity creating a mockery of our laws and justice system continuing to terrorise citizens."

    Shahrukh Jatoi and two co-accused, earlier convicted in the 2012 murder of 20-year-old Shahzeb Khan, were released from jails after their bail applications were approved by a court on December 24.

    Shahzeb's family had told the court they had reached an out-of-court compromise with the accused's family.


    Death penalty

    An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) had earlier awarded the death penalty to Jatoi and Siraj Ali Talpur for Shahzeb's murder in 2012 following a petty dispute. Siraj's younger brother, Sajjad Ali Talpur, and domestic helper Ghulam Murtaza Lashari had been handed life sentences.

    A couple of months after the sentence was passed, however, Shahzeb's parents had issued a formal pardon for the convicts, approved by SHC.

    Despite the pardon, however, the death penalty had been upheld because of the addition of terrorism charges to the case — up until the SHC dropped the charges and ordered a retrial in the case.

    The retrial ordered by the high court had commenced last month.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1378946/sh...jatois-retrial


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    Jibran Nasir making sure this case doesn't end like this without proper justice.

    Full support to him for this brave step!

    When he held a press conference about this case, some journalists tried to turn this into ETHNIC issue (like they always do democracy, ehtnic card etc). They were from "Awaz" tv owned by Jatoi family so you can imagine how powerful they are.

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    My man, Jibran, leading from the front.More power to him.

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    Bol News is running a campaign against Jibran.In yesterday's show, Jibran was accused of blasphemy, receiving Indian funding, treason and being an athiest. All this to protect the corrupt Jotoi gang.

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    @DW44

    Blasphemy card being used again. Last time, it was against those four. Now, it is against Jibran.


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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    @DW44

    Blasphemy card being used again. Last time, it was against those four. Now, it is against Jibran.
    Second time he's been accused. Last time he was accused when he spoke up for the first batch of missing bloggers/activists (Waqas Goraya, Salman Haider etc.). It was the same channel then too (Bol).


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    SC decides to take up plea against acquittal of Shahzeb Khan murderers

    Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar ordered on Saturday immediate transfer of a petition of civil society representatives against the acquittal of Shahzeb Khan’s murderers by Sindh High Court (SHC).

    The CJP directed to move the petition from SC Karachi registry to its principal seat in Islamabad and fix the case for hearing.

    Ten civil society’s representatives had moved petition in the apex court against Sindh High Court (SHC) order which set aside the convictions and sentences of Shahrukh Jatoi and others in the said murder case.

    Activists including Muhammad Jibran Nasir, Jamshed Raza Mahmood, Afiya Shehrbano Zia, Naeem Sadiq, Nazim Fida Hussain Haji, Zulfiqar Shah, Aquila Ismail, Fahim Zaman Khan, and Naziha Syed Ali – will file criminal petition in the apex court today (Tuesday), challenging the SHC’s November 28 order wherein it is stated that the murder case does not fall within the jurisdiction of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.

    Renowned lawyer Faisal Siddiqi drafted the petition, a copy of which is available with The Express Tribune.

    The petitioners, asserting to be the residents of same city where the incident of Shazeb’s murder took place, filed the Criminal Petition for leave to appeal challenging the SHC order for not to applying provisions of Anti-Terrorism Act and setting aside the conviction recorded by the Trial Court.

    It was stated in the petition that incident of gruesome murder resulted in striking terror which created fear and insecurity in general public.

    On December, 2012 main accused after committing murder managed to escape away from Pakistan. By the order of SC accused was arrested and brought back to Pakistan and presented in the court.

    A South district and sessions court ordered on December 23 the release of Shahzeb’s murderer and the other accused after his father Aurangzeb Khan submitted an affidavit requesting the approval of Jatoi’s bail.

    Other accused in the murder case include Sajjad Talpur, Siraj Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari.

    In the affidavit, Aurangzeb agreed to pardon his son’s killer in the name of Allah and drop the case.

    There have also been reports that the aggrieved family pardoned the suspects after reaching a monetary arrangement. However, both the families have denied such reports.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1602376...han-murderers/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post

    Well done... it seems Supreme Court is the last hope of the Pakistani quom.


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    All made possible by Jibran Nasir. What a man! One of the greatest Pakistanis ever!


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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    All made possible by Jibran Nasir. What a man! One of the greatest Pakistanis ever!
    Really admire the guy. Once you've been labeled an "agent" in this country, you're doing something right. Hopefully, he doesn't go on an impromptu "vacation".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinnegan Sasuke View Post
    Really admire the guy. Once you've been labeled an "agent" in this country, you're doing something right. Hopefully, he doesn't go on an impromptu "vacation".
    I am his avid follower and I pray for his safety.It is difficult to survive in Pakistan if you speak against terrorism, injustice, forced disappearances and the collusion between the Boys and sunni terror outfits.

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    Some hope in Pakistan

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