Blasphemy case against six for ‘desecrating’ Sikh youth’s turban

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  1. Blackwater

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    SAHIWAL: Chichawatni city police have booked five employees of a transport company and owner of a bus terminal under blasphemy law for desecrating turban of a Sikh passenger during a scuffle for complaining about inconvenience during the travel.

    The complainant, Mahinder Paal Singh (29), a resident of Multan, told Dawn on telephone that he was traveling from Faisalabad to Multan by a bus (FDS 676) owned by Kohistan-Faisal Movers company that broke down near Dijkot.

    He said though the driver somehow started the bus again but its speed was very slow (around 30km per hour) and it reached from Dijkot to Chichawatni terminal in five hours.

    He said that at the terminal he and some of his fellow passengers complained to the transport company’s staff about the slow speed of the bus and demanded an alternative vehicle for the onward journey.

    The two sides exchanged words, ensuing a free-for-all, during which six company employees and terminal owner manhandled the passengers, including Mr Singh.

    He alleged that during the fight a bus terminal hawker, Rashid Gujjar, threw his turban on the ground.

    Mr Singh said the turban was considered sacred in the Sikh religious code and throwing it on the ground was tantamount to desecration.

    According to some affected passengers, Mr Singh told police, that reached the bus terminal following the brawl, that it was a case of desecration and since he was a Pakistani national the attackers should be booked under blasphemy law.

    Khaizer Hayat, Chichawatni city police SHO said five of the attackers -- terminal manager Baqir Ali, Rashid Gujar, Faiz Alam, Shakeel and Snawal had been booked under sections 295, 148 and 506 of the Pakistan Penal Code on the complaint of Mahinder Paal Singh.

    Abdul Sattar, the investigation officer, said police were conducting raids to arrest terminal owner Haji Riyasat.

    DSP (headquarters) Ghulam Muhammad, who went to the terminal leading the police, confirmed an FIR (169/16) had been filed under blasphemy law against the suspects.

    Mr Singh alleged that some local politicians were backing the suspects and influencing the investigations. He appealed to Punjab chief minister to take notice of the incident and ensure justice was done.

    Published in Dawn, May 2nd, 2016

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1255777/blasphemy-case-against-six-for-desecrating-sikh-youths-turban
     
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    ‘Disgracing’ Sikh youth’s turban: Five blasphemy accused granted bail

    SAHIWAL: Chichawatni Civil Judge (magistrate) Tahir Manzoor on Tuesday granted bail to the five accused who were arrested on blasphemy charges on the complaint of a Sikh youth, Mahinder Pall Singh.

    Mr Singh in the FIR (169/16) lodged with Chichwatni city police had said six attackers (employees of a transport company) publicly disgraced his turban, considered sacred in Sikh religious code, and humiliated him for making a genuine complaint about a bus that broke down while he was traveling by it from Faisalabad to Multan.

    Investigation Officer Abdul Sattar confirmed that bail had been granted to five accused -- bus terminal manager Baqir Ali, Rashid Gujjar, Faiz Alam, Shakeel and Sodagar -- booked on April 30 under sections 295, 506, 148 and 149 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).

    Meanwhile, Chichawatni police have failed to arrest Haji Riyasat, one of the main accused and owner of a private bus terminal, three days after the incident.

    District Police Officer (DPO) Baqir Raza told Dawn that police were raiding different places to arrest Riyasat.

    Mr Singh, talking to Dawn from Multan, said he was informed by the police on Tuesday morning that they were presenting all the five accused in the court, asking him to send his lawyer to Chichwatni.

    “How could I send my lawyer (to Chichawatni) in two hours from Multan,” he asked.

    Mr Singh said the police booked the accused under the sections which deal with bailable offences and “desecration of a worship place”.

    “I am not a worship place but a citizen of Pakistan having Sikh faith and attackers have disgraced one of my religious symbols. So police should have added 295/A which deals with non-bailable offence with maximum penalty of 10-year imprisonment”.

    He said that in consultation with his lawyer, he would apply for adding Section 295-A to the FIR and would move court if required. He vowed to fight his case and hoped to get justice.

    Published in Dawn, May 4th, 2016
    https://www.dawn.com/news/1256157/disgracing-sikh-youths-turban-five-blasphemy-accused-granted-bail

     
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    Sikhs protest attacks on religious sites, desecration of holy book

    ISLAMABAD: Dozens of baton-holding protestors from the Sikh community pushed past the front gate and entered the grounds of parliament on Friday, protesting recent attacks on their houses of worship.



    Sikhs from Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province had gathered outside parliament to protest against what they claimed was the alleged desecration in Shikarpur of Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikh community.

    Sikhs are a tiny minority in predominantly Muslim Pakistan, with most of them living in the southern Sindh province.

    Senior police officer Aftab Cheema said the Sikh leaders were also protesting against several attacks on their worship places in Sindh.



    https://www.dawn.com/news/1108159/sikhs-protest-attacks-on-religious-sites-desecration-of-holy-book
     
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    pakistan banega khalistan:biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:


    hope khalistani sardars of caneda and amrika saw this news:megusta::megusta::megusta::megusta:
     
  6. Bornubus

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    During Sikh empire Akali and Nihangs used to beat Pakis with Stick on the streets of Lahore over the rumor of beef.


    Just like Taliban beat women with stick for not wearing Burqa.
     
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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    Do they still exist? I thought this movement was dead. o_O
     
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    You are living under a big rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    Got my answer.
    I guess, they won't be effective like muzzies in Kashmir.
    Only naam ke separatists.
     
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    Here's the latest joke.... Had me in splits!

    'Will protect Hindu temples in Pakistan', says Jamaat Chief Hafeez Saeed

    Banned Islamist group leader of Jamaat- Ud- Dawa (JuD) Hafiz Saeed said his organisation will not allow the destruction of Hindu temples and other holy places of non-Muslims in Pakistan.

    It was Muslims' responsibility to safeguard holy places of their Hindus brethren, he said while addressing a meeting in Matli town of Sindh province yesterday.

    "We will not allow the destruction of temples and other holy places of non-Muslims in the country," he warned.

    http://newsable.asianetnews.tv/india/jamaat-ud-dawa-hafeez-saeed-hindu-temple

    Really? But this turd has no hesitation in sending his yahoos to kill Hindus in India!
     
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    few chutiye sardars can be found in punjab phase 2 I.E (caneda) and few in amerika
     
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    What a joke, the same motherfucker Hafiz saeed was accusing Hindus, RAW and CIA for conspiring against pak in grand Jalsa few months back.

    In any case we give 2 fucks about Paki Hindus and Sikhs.
     
  13. Kshatriya87

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    @Blackwater paji, kuch nai hone wala. Its porkistan. No one is going to jail. They will just release the culprits or the case will just go on for years and years till the suspects are old.

    Only way is street justice. Kirpan nikalo..
     
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    Read that yesterday. Maybe he just made that statement to protect JUD & its members from getting banned.
     

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