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GumNaam

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is that a guy burning ? can't really tell, which is probably a good thing..

so they set a dead guy on fire ?
well you should be able to tell based on pure experience. lynchings far worse than this happen in every city and village of india every single day...
 

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Warning: Strong Visuals. A Sri Lankan factory manager in #Sialkot has been brutally murdered by a mob chanting slogans of Tehreek e Labbaik Pakistan. According to reports the mob made a false accusation blasphemy to justify the murder. #TLP was recently unbanned by the govt.


Animals..TLP needs to be addressed before it becomes a real menace. Its leaders need to involved in accidents.
 

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I have to agree with you. But it's never too late. Only brute force will work. Pakistani only understand 2 things.
1. Dunda
2. Take their money and assets away
Yeah but the question is who will give them danda? Niazi? Bajwa? Or crown prince bilawal? Mullahs are ultimate king makers in Pakistan, not even establishment can mess with them.
People who vehemently opposed creation of Pakistan have finally full filed their dreams.
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Mob tortures Sri Lankan factory worker to death in Sialkot, burns his body

Imran SadiqPublished December 3, 2021 - Updated 2 minutes ago

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A view of the mob in Sialkot that killed a man on Friday. — DawnNewsTV

A mob in Sialkot on Friday tortured a man to death before burning his body, while a heavy contingent of police has been sent to the area to bring the situation under control.
The incident took place on Wazirabad Road in Sialkot, where reportedly the workers of private factories attacked the export manager of a factory and burnt his body after killing him.
Sialkot District Police Officer Umar Saeed Malik said the man, identified as Priyantha Kumara, was a Sri Lankan national.
Videos shared on social media showed hundreds of men and young boys gathered at the site, with groups of them chanting slogans.




Most of the people surrounding the burning corpse, based on footage seen by Dawn.com, were seen recording it.


Police have not yet commented on the possible motive behind the murder.


Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar took notice of the murder, terming it as a "very tragic incident", while the spokesperson for Sialkot police said details would be shared with the media after initial investigation.


Buzdar has summoned a report from the inspector general of police and ordered a high-level inquiry into the matter.


"Every aspect of the incident should be investigated and a report should be submitted. Action should be taken against those who take the law into their own hands," the chief minister said.


Punjab Inspector General of Police Rao Sardar Ali Khan also took notice of the incident and directed the Gujranwala regional police officer to reach the location immediately.


"The Sialkot DPO is present on the spot. All aspects of the incident should be investigated," the IGP said.


A similar incident in Sialkot in 2010 had shaken the country when a mob had lynched two brothers in the presence of police, declaring them dacoits. The incident sparked shock and horror across the country as cellphone footage of the heinous murders was uploaded to video-sharing sites.



More to follow.
 

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This is the menace that people in highest echelon of power want to make deals with. Who is going to come to Pakistan if we continued killing people on the blasphemy issue?
 

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