The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has reportedly called Pakistan a “butcher state”. TTP’s harsh criticism is going viral in India.
According to the details, the TTP criticism comes amid the recent Nishtar Hospital scandal in Multan, Pakistan where several rotten bodies were found on the roof of the hospital.
Reacting to the incident, the TTP claimed that it is the work of the Pakistani government and its institutions like Frontier Corps, Army, and Inter-Services Intelligence.
“Pakistan is the state of butchers, where no one cares for human lives, especially of Balochs and Pashtuns,” TTP said which is an outlawed group in Pakistan responsible for some of the most horrific terror attacks in the country, for instance, the APS massacre of 2014 where TTP killed 149 people, of which 132 were children.
TTP also condemned the parties and the human rights organizations that did not raise their voice and said the TTP will question the government over such actions.
“Acts like these are a disrespect of human bodies and against Shariah,” TTP said. Needless to say, TTP’s alleged criticism of Pakistan is going viral in India and is avidly reported by Indian media.
Why are International NGO's are silent. Why is not @Qamarcheema talking? DNA Sample must be collected B4 the bodies are disposed.The Inquiry must be held u/r the Supervision of @CIJ_ICJ 1/3https://t.co/iMKwddw3q1
— Amarendra Nath Bokshi (@anbokshi) October 17, 2022
Nishtar Hospital scandal
Pakistan’s Adviser to Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Zaman Gujjar visited Nishtar Hospital in Multan and found several putrefied bodies on the roof of the dead house. Some of the bodies even had organs missing. Zaman Gujjar ordered the cremation of the abandoned bodies and directed the health authorities to take action against the employees involved in the matter.
Horrific videos and images of the bodies went viral on social media as netizens raised alarm over the way bodies were being handled by the hospital authorities. However, the hospital released a statement saying that the bodies were kept on the roof for putrefaction so that their bones could be retrieved for medical purposes.
On the other hand, Indian sources began claiming that the bodies were of missing Baloch and Pashtun persons and they also began a propaganda against Pakistan on social media.