Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman, owner of Geo TV, had a secret meeting with the leaders of Sipah-e-Sahaba last week.
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Only last week, a secret meeting took place between the owner and CEO of the Jang Group (Geo TV / The News / Jang / Awam) Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman and some important religious scholars who were escorted by none other than a serving Colonel of the ISI.
This was a high level delegation of Sipah-e-Sahaba (under the leadership of Mufti Muhammad Naeem, Mufti Muhammad Hanif Jallandhari and Mufti Rafi Usmani) who appreciated Geo TV and Jang Group for it services to Islam and ‘Islamic forces’ in Pakistan.
The terrorist mullahs assured Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman of their full support to Geo TV and Jang Group of Newspapers. In return, Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman assured them that their strategic and operational interests will be safeguarded by Geo TV / Jang / The News.
Less than a week after that meeting, here is the latest revelation (scoop/ breaking news) by Geo TV / The News / Jang.
In March 2010, a notorious terrorist, Hafiz Abdullah of Choti Zerin, D.G.Khan, who was activist of a local chapter of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi / Sipah-e-Sahaba, killed a Shia man and critically injured two more men (a Shia and a Barelvi). The furious crowd, mostly comprising Shias and Sunnis of the local town, then in riot fury took the murderer to the task (of course illegally) and provided urgent justice to him by killing him. (This mob action can be understood in view of the fact that Justice Sharif and Justice Iftikhar courts are hell bent on protecting and releasing the arrested terrorists of the Taliban and Sipah-e-Sahaba).
Geo TV hero or a sectarian terrorist?
It may be noted that in March 2010, the same newspaper, The News had reported that “Hafiz Abdullah, the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) district secretary general, killed local leader Naseem Abbas, injured his father Haji Ghulam Rasool and Matloob Hussain, a Post Office official, with a dagger and firing.”
Previously the same terrorist, Mullah Abdullah terrorist, was the mastermind of a terrorist attack on a Shia majlis in Pakistan in February 2009 killing more than 40 persons.
Mullah Abdullah of Sipah-e-Sahaba (a hero of Geo TV) was the mastermind behind an attack on a Shia gathering in D.G.Khan in 2009 killing more than 40
Geo TV’s “Support Sipah-e-Sahaba Campaign”
Almost 6 months after the killing of the terrorist mullah, Geo TV / Jang Group has started projecting that criminal (Abdullah Munafiq) as a hero, as an aggrieved party. Quite the opposite. Abdullah Munafiq was a terrorist of Sipah-e-Sahaba / Taliban / Lahskar-e-Jhangvi who was a notorious murderer. Instead of supporting and projecting terrorist, Geo TV must think about ways to protect and support those Shias, Barelvis, Ahmadis, Christians etc who have been mercilessly killed by terrorists of Taliban and Sipah-e-Sahaba.
Or should we expect that, soon, Geo TV and Jang will be running another video, this time in support of notorious murderer Riaz Basra, killer of hundreds of Shias and Barelvis.
By aligning itself with Sipah-e-Sahaba and Taliban, Geo TV and Jang Group is taking a very dangerous path. It it the part of sectarian and jihadi terrorists. Mir Shakil and his team at Geo TV, Jang, The News must reconsider their strategy and priorities.
Police supervises another brutal murder in D G Khan
Updated at: 2301 PST, Tuesday, October 12, 2010
DG KHAN: Geo News has received another video of a brutal torture in front of area police on an accused by a group, Geo News reported Tuesday.
Police shot the alleged killer in police station and handed over him to the family of the deceased who later stoned him to death and dragged the body to a place where they burn it.
Hafiz Abdullah, father of 13, killed a person during a spat.
A large number of people gathered to watch these atrocious scenes and markets of the area were shut. Area police remained a spectator. DSP Chandio, who supervised this horrific activity, was still working.
Source: The News, 12 October 2010
Murder of leader in Choti Zirin
Friday, March 19, 2010
By our correspondent
Source: The News
DERA GHAZI KHAN: An angry mob burnt alive a banned outfit leader, who murdered a leader and his father while injuring another, after storming the Choti Zirin police station on Thursday.
Hafiz Abdullah, the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) district secretary general, killed local leader Naseem Abbas, injured his father Haji Ghulam Rasool and Matloob Hussain, a Post Office official, with a dagger and firing.
Haji Ghulam Rasool was shifted to the DHQ Hospital. He was referred to the Nishtar Hospital Multan due to his critical condition where he died. After the incident, Hafiz Abdullah courted arrest at the police station.
Later, dozens of protestors gathered at the Traffic Chowk, stormed the police station and dragged him out by tying a rope to his neck and foot. They burnt him alive and refused to hand over his body to the police. The protestors also damaged the police station and two vehicles while the record was also burnt.
Tension gripped the town while a heavy contingent of police was called from other districts to control the situation. Meanwhile, traders observed a complete shutdown in protest against the incident.
Locals told The News that the police seemed helpless in controlling the violence. Commissioner Hassan Iqbal, PRO Ahmad Mubarik and other police officers reached the spot. A heavy contingent of police was called from other districts which sealed the city and no one was allowed to enter or leave the city. The autopsy could not be carried out on the two bodies till the filing of this report. The police said that the case would be registered after the autopsy.
Mob burns murderer
Published: March 19, 2010
(Source: Nawaiwaqt / The Nation)
DERA GHAZI KHAN – While protesting the murder of Shia leader, Naseem Abbas, an unruly crowd allegedly burnt alive the accused at Chotti Zirin on Thursday.
The sources concerned said that tension gripped the city after Hafiz Abdullah, a member of a banned organisation, had allegedly killed Naseem Abbas, at his cloth shop besides injuring two persons including the father of the deceased, Ghulam Rasool, and postmaster Matloob Hussain.
Later when Hafiz surrendered himself to police, the relatives of deceased attacked the police station and took him away from custody. In retribution, they set him on fire at the main chowk, killing him on the spot. They also damaged the police vehicles and other official record.
However, the law enforcement agencies reached the spot and brought the situation under control.