In Balochistan five women were buried alive on the allegation for having illicit relationship with other sex. While the entire nation was stunned and bowed down their heads with shame, an arrogant senator from the same area dauntlessly supported the heinous crime contemplating it as a lawful centuries old traditional act. The honorable senator must be immune of the fact that the same practice existed before the advent of Islam in the Arab tribes. In Islam such crime is punishable by stoning to death both the culprits after two eye witness solemnly pledge having seen the act; simultaneously giving the accused full opportunity to defend themselves.
Some people brought a woman before Jesus Christ on the allegation for having committed adultery and demanded her death by stoning. Jesus agreed under the condition that the first stone must be thrown by a person who has not committed the same crime in his/her life. The mob left with out throwing a stone upon the accused. The honorable senator from Balochistan might have asked a similar question from the killers before triggering of first bullet and have given the accused full opportunity to defend themselves in the presence of two eye witnesses as contemplated in Islamic laws. More over, the male culprits in the act might have also been given the same burial in order to formalize the justice.