[News] One More Person Killed in Gilgit City



Gilgit, (Ulfat Ara): In Gilgit city, a worker of Pakistan Muslim League, Quidazam (PML,Q) Ali Ahmad Jan was shot dead by the unidentified terrorists. After firing and killing Ali Ahmad Jan the terrorist managed to escape from Konadass area, given that at the both ends of the area there are police stations, in additions to that after the Saturday killings of 3 people the government had imposed article 144 under which people are not allowed to carry any sought of weapons and in Gilgit city heavy contingents of para military troops had also been called.

Mr. Khurshid Alam Khan, Inspector General of Police said that ‘it seems to be sectarian issue, however we are investigating the acts of terrorism from its all dimensions’.

However, independent observers and analysts are of the view that these events of terrorism are not in any ways different from the past in the sense that whenever people of Gilgit-Baltistan come together as united for their political and socio-economic rights, somehow sectarian issue and killings immediately follow it. So who are these people involved in killings? Who is getting benefits out of such evil and barbarian acts of killing humanity? According to independent analysts one thing is for sure that people of Gilgit-Baltistan are not involve in these acts of terrorism rather there are other forces behind these vicious acts of violence. The doubts also gets strengths because although some many events of similar incidents happen in the past but none of the culprits have been booked by the law enforcement agencies, and experts of criminology are surprised to know that and think that how it is possible for anyone to escape from and tiny city like Gilgit with limited ways of escape to not to be caught in the existence of heavy forces of polices, paramilitary forces and military existence, when sometimes it seems that for each five individuals in Gilgit there is one uniformed law enforcing person, which excludes the heavily penetrated intelligence agencies without uniform in Gilgit-Baltistan.


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