SHEIKHUPURA : Today April 16,2016 the bail petition of two Muslims brothers ,who barbarically hacked to death a Catholic man, have withdrew from the court of Mr. Muhammad Faisal Ahmad additional and sessions judge Ferozwala after hearing the arguments of the lawyers.On behalf of the complainant Sardar Mushtaq Gill,human rights defender and head of LEAD along with Mr.Kashif Alexander Rajpoot advocate High Court and Mr.Aric John submitted power of attorney and they appeared in the court to represent the victim family because the victim family has engaged LEAD's lawyers for legal assistance.
On April 5 at evening,Nazeer Masih, 60, and Mohammad Nawaz, a 42-year-old Muslim man, were in a field when two Muslims brothers Naazar Ali and Haider Ali attacked at them with a knife on a trivial dispute of plot of land.They allegedly armed with a chopping knife and cut Masih's throat and killed him at the scene of incident and severely beaten his Muslim friend who was able to save his life and subsequently reluctant to disclose the true reason of killing.According to Khalid Shahzad,the killers have dispute came forward to stop them to do so.
Iqbal Masih ,who is the son of murdered man,submitted a complaint at Ferozwala Police Station against the murderers and FIR no.343/2016 under section 302/324 PPC registered.
Sardar Mushtaq Gill,human rights defender who heads LEAD along with his team is striving for justice and religious freedom in Pakistan and contributing in the promotion of human rights without discrimination of caste,faith and creed.He is under constant threats from extremists due to his human rights work and dedication with the victims of human rights violations in Pakistan.
We at LEAD request you to stand with us and support our for human rights work in Pakistan.We at LEAD are striving for promotion of justice and freedom of faith and provide advocacy and legal assistance to those who are victims of human rights violations in Pakistan .Our request to our Lord to give us strength and courage to strive for justice on behalf of others who are victims of human rights.