Politicians of Pakistan: Shame on You! JootayMaro

Mubashir Lucman, in Point Blank, shows a video where a young man is savagely thrashed up by a policeman while Ilyas Gujjar (PML-Q MPA from Punjab at that time), and his brother DSP Abbas Gujjar are enjoying the show.

The young man was class fellow of MPA Gujjar’s son and got ahead of him in athletics. This brought the animal out of Papa Gujjar and he decided to beat the hell out of the guy.

Politicians of Pakistan: Shame on you.

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7 Responses to Politicians of Pakistan: Shame on You! JootayMaro

  1. Hina Safdar March 24, 2010 at 1:12 pm #

    With power comes a great responsibility…………Shame on all of the political feudals……….No body is above the law.

  2. Syed Mohammad Husain March 23, 2010 at 4:29 pm #

    bearers .
    Like the re-instatement of Chief Justice and independent judiciary we need several Leaders who would make personal sacrifice for sake of the cause.
    WE CAN DO IT !

  3. Syed Mohammad Husain March 23, 2010 at 4:24 pm #

    Please act as a nation , enough is enough , we must intelectually be united on action plan that a cultural change and check and balance is needed.
    Re-instatement of the chief Justice and the independent judiciary is an evidence that this nation is alive and it can do it .
    We do not need bloody revolution but opinion building , Masha Allah the judiciary and many in the media are the torch bearer

  4. Hira Mir March 23, 2010 at 1:13 pm #

    Our society has so many elements of extremism that we need to get rid of. This is only possible if we all speak as one against extremism and violence! This video is so barbaric that it is a shame to see high officials doing actions like this. We should speak against violence before it is too late!

  5. Syed Mohammad Husain March 23, 2010 at 5:40 am #

    Syed Mohammad Husain- Mississauga , canada .
    If the rulers are too busy , then the chief Justice Of Pakistan must take , Sue Moto ,notice of this incidence .
    A nation that does not ensure justice is doomed.

  6. tayab March 22, 2010 at 5:57 pm #

    This shameful act is not a stand alone incident. I would not be suprised if 90% of politicians are involved in even worse torture and misuse of their authority. I wish media expose them all without being biased.

    We need to have surveillance cameras in all police stations and other government offices as we can not trust them with the authority bestowed with them

  7. MADdie March 22, 2010 at 5:35 am #

    Amazing…thats the way to catch such bloody, corrupt and hypocite politicians.

    Loved the tone of the interviewer…he is like the Rajdeep Sardesai of Pakistan.

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