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Faisalabad People throwing stones on Majlis gathering

October 14

Faisalabad: Haroonabad People throwing stones on Majlis gathering from the Mosque in presence of Police officials.


another Shia Muslim Doctor has been killed in Pakistan.

October 14

(Blood stained White Coats ).
Today another Shia Muslim Doctor has been killed in Pakistan. Dr Mohsin Raza Naqvi has been killed at his clinic in the city of Sialkot ,Punjab.

Shia doctors always been the favorite target for banned terrorist outfits like Sipah Sahaba, Lashkar e Jhangvi, Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan etc. 

Well since 2001 until present day minimum to minimum count of the target killings of Shia Doctors in Pakistan will exceed the number " 180", And if we look more behind then from 1963 to 2017 it will cross the figure of 1500,Current total population of Pakistan is more than 207 millions ,Registered Doctors in Pakistan according to the data of Pakistan medical and dental council is about 178100.it means in Pakistan Doctor and Patient ratio is about 1: 1100 , means one doctor has to deal with at least 1100 patients,

International surveys tell us that our health system is so poor that according to the United Nations ,Pakistan ranked 149th among 188 countries in health goals ranking.

World health organization ranked Pakistan at 122 out of 191 countries in health services for the people in the country.
in such a poor condition every doctor is very important for the nation, Loss of every single Shia doctor been killed not only damaged a particular community but the whole nation,


Gunmen attack Hazara Shia Muslims in Quetta city

October 09

At least five killed, including three members of the Hazara community, in an attack in Pakistan's Balochistan province.

Islamabad, Pakistan – Unidentified men have killed five people in an attack on the minority Hazara Shia Muslim community in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, police say.

Two attackers riding a motorcycle opened fire on a van bound for a nearby vegetable market, killing the driver and four others early on Monday morning, Quetta police chief Abdul Razzaq Cheema told reporters.

The incident is the latest in a campaign that has targeted Hazara Shia in the southwestern city for more than half a decade. The series of bombings, suicide attacks and targeted assassinations has seen the community forced to live in two heavily protected enclaves on either side of the city.


At least 20 dead in suicide blast at Jhal Magsi shrine

October 07

NASEERABAD: At least 20 people were killed, including a police officer, while 33 were reported injured in a suicide blast at the Fatehpur shrine in Balochistan's Jhal Magsi district. 

"A suicide bomber blew himself up after he was intercepted by police guards on duty outside the shrine, killing 18 people including three children under the age of 12 and two policemen, and wounding at least 27 others, 14 of them seriously," said Home Secretary Akbar Harifal.

Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti confirmed the toll.

Harifal added the seriously injured patients from the blast were being airlifted to Sindh in the absence of adequate medical facilities in Balochistan. 

"A suicide bomber blew himself up after he was intercepted by police guards on duty outside the shrine," said Deputy Commissioner Asadullah Kakar.



Three terrorists killed in shootout near DI Khan

September 26

RAWALPINDI: Security Forces on Sunday gunned down three suspected terrorists in retaliatory firing near Dera Ismail Khan (D.I Khan), Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.

According to Pak Army’ media wing, security forces were carrying out an Intelligence-Based Operation (IBO) in Gara Madda area near D.I Khan when ‘suspected terrorists’ on motorcycles opened firing a personnel after they signaled them to stop. The security forces retaliated and killed three attackers in the encounter, the statement added.

The slain terrorists have been identified as Iqbal, Majid, and Waheed.


One dead, 22 injured in blast targeting security forces' vehicle in Chaman

September 19

CHAMAN: At least one person was dead and 22 others, including security personnel injured when a roadside explosion occurred near their vehicle at the Pak-Afghan border here on Monday evening, levies sources said.

Risaldar Zarak Khan said that the security forces’ vehicle was heading towards the Bab-e-Dosti when a suicide bomber approached it and blew himself.

The dead and the wounded had been shifted to hospital, he said, adding that condition of five of the injured is critical.

The border had been closed and the area was sealed following the blast.


Highway attack: Four Hazaras gunned down in Kuchlak

September 11

QUETTA: Four people belonging to the Hazara community were killed and two others severely injured in an attack by armed men in the Kuchlak area on Sunday evening.

A 12-year-old boy was among the victims, while two women travelling with them remained unhurt as they were sitting in a vehicle when the attackers opened fire on the men who were standing outside.

According to officials, eight members of the Hazara Shia community were coming to Quetta from Chaman town on the Afghan border. They stopped their vehicle near a petrol station at Jalogir turn on the Quetta-Chaman road to take rest.

In the meantime, two men on a motorcycle appeared at the site and opened indiscriminate fire on them, killing three people on the spot and injuring three others, including the boy.



Sacrifice camels tied up in Hindu Temple - Karachi

September 01

A small Hindu temple near Karachi airport, sacrificial camels have been deliberately tied up by the owners to hurt the local Hindus sentiments. Is it the essence of Qurbani?

This is disrespect !


Two Policemen Gunned Down in Karachi Firing

August 28

Karachi (August 28, 2017): Two private security guards deployed outside a Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) office in Karachi were shot dead by unidentified assailants on Monday in a suspected attack of targeted killing, police said.


According to the initial details, two people were killed when unidentified attackers opened fire on them in the city’s Gulistan-e-Jauhar area.

Unknown armed men opened fire on policemen on duty outside FBR Office in Gulistan-e-Jauhar.

Police officials said the deceased, a security guard and an official of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), were outside the FBR office in Jauhar’s Block 14 when they were fired at.


Deadly blast strikes Pakistan's Quetta

August 12

Explosion near site of independence day celebrations claims at least 15 lives in main city of Balochistan province.

A blast in the Pakistani city of Quetta in Balochistan province has killed at least 15 people and injured 32 others, reports say, in an incident blamed by the military on "terrorists".

Saturday's explosion targeted a military truck, killing eight soldiers and seven civilians, who were nearby, the Pakistan's military said in a statement.

President Mamnoon Hussain condemned the attack, saying "Our resolve won't succumb to any challenge".

The military said an incendiary explosive was used causing fire in vehicles parked near the area.

The blast occurred near a stadium where celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of Pakistan's independence were under way.

"We can now confirm that 15 people have died in the explosion today. At least 32 others are wounded," Balochistan home minister Sarfraz Bugti told AFP, adding that a rescue operation was still underway.


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