We don’t need rabid mullahs or pseudo-liberal poodles of the ISI to propagate wild conspiracy theory in Pakistan, Chief Justice of the Lahore Hight Court is more than enough.
According to the Chief Taliban Protector in Punjab, Justice Khwaja Sharif, Blackwater could be the culprit behind the barbaric attack on Lahore’s Data Darbar.
Blackwater factor be checked: CJ
Saturday, July 10, 2010
By Our Correspondent
LAHORE High Court Chief Justice Khwaja Sharif observed on Friday that involvement of Blackwater in the suicide attacks on Data Darbar had been discussed in some media reports and police should also investigate this aspect.
He made the observation as Capital City Police Officer Aslam Tareen submitted a progress report on the attacks to the LHC, saying efforts were being made to apprehend the culprits and the Home department had constituted a joint investigation team, including DIG Investigation, SSP Investigation and representatives of the ISI, MI and special branch.
The DIG investigation had requested the sector commanders of ISI and MI, Punjab, and additional IGP special branch to nominate their representatives in the teams, the report concluded.
Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif said since the CCPO had sought time as DNAs test was still being awaited, therefore, the case was adjourned till July 23. “During this period, I want to see progress of police in the case,” he remarked.
The CJ was holding proceedings against twin suicide attacks on Data Darbar, which apparently happened due to a security lapse.
During the trial of Professor Hafiz Saeed of Jamatud-Dawa (aka Lashkar-e-Taiba), Justice Sharif asked why Pakistan should worry about the UNSC Resolution on JuD and the Professor when India has not implemented the 1948 UNSC Resolution.
He has been releasing all jihadis/jihadists for (the apparent) lack of evidence (a joint strategy pursued by right wing judges and the ISI).
Then, he said that the Hindus of Pakistan were funding terrorists.
He recently said that PPP should withdraw from the coalition government in the Punjab.
Now, he is talking about the US being involved in Data Durbar.
No wonder he is known as a ‘pro-jihadi’ judge in the land of the pure! (source)