No one can be allowed to raise slogans against Pak Army: Naqeeb’s father
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The father of Naqeebullah Mehsud – the Waziristan youth who killed in a fake police encounter in Karachi – ruled out the slogans against Pakistan Army, saying no one can be allowed to raise slogans against the army by using his son’s name.
In his video message, Naqeeb’s father Muhammad Khan Mehsud said, “Pashtuns are part of Pakistan, and the Army is their custodian also,” he said. “Those who are criticizing Pakistan Army by taking advantage of his son’s killing are ‘real enemies’ of Pakistan,” he continued.
He asked the nation to have some patience for delivery of justice into his son’s killing case and added that the prime minister, the chief justice and the army chief will surely deliver their promise. “I have no doubt in it,” he maintained.
Mehsud said, the anti-terrorism court (ATC) has sent back the accused to jail after rejecting their bails, Inshallah the case will be taken to its logical end. He further said no one will be allowed to collect funds under name of his deceased son.
“Whoever is trying to get benefit from the situation is not from our ranks,” he clarified. Muhammad Khan Mehsud advised the protesters to raise their reservations under ambit of the constitution, “Anti-state slogans can harm the state institutions,” he continued.
On Nov 5 last year, the Sindh High Court ordered to transfer the Naqeebullah murder case against former Malir SSP Rao Anwaar to another anti-terrorism court. On the complaint of Naqeebullah’s father, the court ordered to transfer both cases to another court.
His father had expressed mistrust in the judge hearing the case. The SHC chief justice asked Rao Anwaar’s lawyer whether it was appropriate to amend the order twice in a day.
Counsel for Naqeebullah’s father contended that they had filed a petition against the bail of the accused and no notice was issued in this regard.
Earlier, Naqeebullah Mehsud, a 27-year-old native of Waziristan, was among three others who were accused of terrorism and killed on the orders of Malir SSP Rao Anwar, in what was later termed a ‘fake encounter’.