LeJ terrorist Malik Ishaq Practising Infantry Skills with the Elite Police Force
Here is a fleeting video(click above link for video) that shows notorious terrorist Malik Ishaq borrowing the gun from an Elite Police Force policeman and firing a round in the air. Now, notorious terrorist Malik Ishaq surely fires many rounds during his routine life and this video should be of no surprise. However, this momentary clip stands out in its important because it shows to what the country’s government and security agencies are complicit with the terrorists.
This is yet another blatant manifestation of the depths to which the rule of law has sunk in this country and further proof that even as the government issues statements against the extremism, it simultaneously deals with sectarian terrorists in a manner that runs directly contrary to both the imperatives of maintaining law and order and the fundamental tenets of democracy.Such complicity should have no place in a country that is fighting for its life against terrorism. Notorious terrorist Malik Ishaq is known for continuously inciting sectarian hatred, threatening Shias in the country, and carrying out those threats. There is no rationale in the authorities continuing to permit rallies filled with hate speech against the Shia community and their way of life to take place in every major town in this country. Terrorist Malik Ishaq’s LeJ has overtly claimed responsibility for a spate of coordinated deadly assaults that have left thousands dead, including a series of bomb blasts around Pakistan. It is a fact that Malik Ishaq’s family was paid a regular stipend by the Punjab government during Malik’s incarceration. And now we witness him honing his infantry skills under the supervision of our Elite Police Force. This evidences how the government in Pakistan affords hate groups significant state patronage, making it clear that the government deals its justice by two yardsticks, one for the hard-line takfiri community, which can spout invective against other religions groups freely, and another for the rest of us who dare to issue warnings about the dangerous state of affairs in the Islamic Republic. Does it not show where the regime truly stands when it comes to ending hatred and violence?
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