Too little, too late…
What happened on Wednesday at PU was a little too wrong to be forgiven and forgotten that easily. IJT has condemned and announced on their website that they’ve suspended the membership of the 17 activists involved in Wednesday’s sorry turn of events and that they’ll investigate the matter further to bring those involved to task. I haven’t come across any news regarding suspension of IJT’s bozo-e-aala, who gave a clear and a certain statement against Imran Khan’s presence in PU. That, in itself, speaks volumes about IJT’s sincerity in bringing them to task.
The events of 14th November may have been a major setback for the movement against the Martial Law but I guess we need to plan and look towards the future now, while keeping a watchful eye for the enemies within. After all, there are even bigger traitors out there…
Apart from the huge anti-Jamiat protest rally at PU yesterday, another peaceful rally took place in front of Barkat Market, Garden Town – where Imran Khan’s sisters, other men and women were pushed, beaten and mercilessly thrown inside the police vans. I couldn’t find the video clip that appeared on Geo News anywhere online, but if you get the chance to have a look at it, the brutal beatings and the screams are bound to distress any sane mind.
Click the link below for some more pictures of Imran Khan being manhandled by IJT activists.
For related reading, do have a look at Adnan Siddiqi’s post on Imran Khan and his services to Pakistan. (Link)
Image Credits: Online – INN