Supreme Court termed Kot Radha Kishan Tragedy a police failure

On 26 February, the Pakistan Supreme Court, hearing the suo motu case of Christian couple, Shama and Shahzad who were who were beaten by a Muslim mob and then burnt alive in a brick kiln furnace on blasphemy allegations, expressed its dissatisfaction over the report submitted by Punjab Police inspector general (IG). It summoned the…

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Christian school in Pakistan stormed by Charlie Hebdo protestors

A Christian school in Pakistan was stormed by hundreds of armed Muslim students protesting against the publishing of controversial magazine Charlie Hebdo, demanding that it closed. Four students were injured when the protesters stormed Panel High School for boys in the northwestern Bannu city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. They school building was vandalised property and today…

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CLAAS distributes Christmas gifts among Christian children and needy families working in brick kilns

CLAAS distributed hundreds of Christmas gifts among Christian children and poor and needy families working on the brick kilns in Raiwind and around Kot Radha Kishan (where Christian couple Shama and Shahzad were burnt alive after being falsely accused of blasphemy). These Christmas gift hampers consisted of nine items including sweets, dry fruits, and chocolates…

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Update on Shama and Shahzad case

Shama and Shahzad’s case is being heard by the supreme court’s three judges bench head by the Chief justice of Pakistan Nasirul Mulk who took the suo moto notice over their killing after alleged allegation of desecrating the Holy Quran in November. The Supreme Court has summoned senior police officers, Inspector General Punjab Mushtaq Ahmed…

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