Terrorists firing to stop human rights activities

Sameer Nazir
Unknown Taliban elements firing on lawyer and social worker in the remote parts of Karachi here on other day in the jurisdiction of Bin Qasim police.
According to former Standing counsel for Pakistan and NAB special prosecutor Advocate High Court Qazi Mukhtiar Hussain and Gulzar Ali Shoro both social workers, running the school project in the different remote parts of Karachi, they registered FIR No. 108/2014 at the police station concerned.
They told that unknown terrorists and banned organization people open fire on their vehicle in a way back to home after completion of educational project in village Mohammed Khan in Bin Qasim Karachi. They received heavy firing on their vehicle, resulted side glasses breakages, they mysteriously safe and escaped the area, reached police station.
They told that they had been received threats before to stop human rights activities, particularly English learning education and other social services in the different areas.
Kazi Law Associate Advocate High Court social activist Mukhtiar Hussain Kazi and his ally Gulzar Ali Shoro told to this scribe that they are continuously receiving killing threats in the far flung areas of Karachi.
He told that the terrorists threatened him and his team over the human rights activities particularly English language education and other awareness program in the remote areas.
On the occasion, social workers among Mukhtiar Hussain Advocate and Gulzar told media that banned organization Tehreek Taliban Pakistan has warned them and their activities and they received various threats along with family that they will be murdered over human rights educational activities.
He also told earlier, unknown persons were following and chased their activities for couple of days, which is obviously noticed several times that the persons have threatened for killing of him he said.

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