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Social media blasts hypocrisy as PPP denies permission for protest at Bhutto mausoleum

Sindh Government, who supported the demonstration of Pakistan Muslim League-N at Quaid’s mausoleum, denied permission for a sit-in protest at Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s mausoleum

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Sindh Government, who supported the demonstration of Pakistan Muslim League-N at Quaid’s mausoleum, denied permission to Umm-e-Rubab for a sit-in protest at Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s mausoleum at Garhi Khuda Bux, reported SAMAA News on Sunday.

A girl named, Umm-e-Rubab, has sought permission for a sit-in protest at Bhutto’s mausoleum against the murder of her grandfather, father, and uncle. Police had closed the gates of the mausoleum when Rubab reached the spot.

The news channel claimed the Police denied her entry to protect the sanctity of the mausoleum. Sindh Police even deployed large contingents on the location to maintain law and order in case of any mishap.

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The family members of Rubab were gunned down in January 2018 within the ambit of Faridabad Police Station in Mehar Taluka of Dadu District.

Now an advocate, Rubab, had announced the sit-in protest at the mausoleum of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto against the failure of the arrest of the culprits.

 

Recently, Rubab had met Inspector General Sindh, Mushtaq Mehar, who had apologized to Rubab for Sindh police unable to arrest the killers.

“IG Sindh has assured me that the police will soon arrest the culprits,” said Rubab while talking to media. She voiced hope in the assurances by IG Sindh and asserted that soon police would arrest and put the criminals behind the bar.

Earlier, she had claimed that her family members were killed by two PPP MPAs who she said are enjoying the police protection because of political influence.

 

Rubab has been fighting for justice for her family for the past two years against tribal leaders. So far, she has achieved no success in her fight. Her grandfather, Raees Karamullah Chandio, was the former chairman of UC Badai. She alleged that Nawab Arbab Chandio, the chieftain of the Arbab tribe, ordered the killing of her father.

GVS News Desk