MQM Settling Old Scores with Police Officials in Karachi



Herald, March 2006
Mean Streets
By Syed Shoaib Hasan

Over 100 police officers linked to the Karachi operation have been killed in the last six years
The past is not another country. At least not for those who have lived through Karachi in the 1990s and been affected by the bloody legacy of those years. Long after the 1990s police operation against the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) came to an end, officers who participated in the campaign continue to suffer. Since 2000, as many as 111 police officers linked with the operation have met an untimely end.

Comments

Anonymous said…
I totally agree with you. They have released all criminals from Jails and now they are in charge of streets in karachi. Robbing/Killing and abusing innocent peoples.
Anonymous said…
Pir Ji Kallan
Daur Gaye London
Qaum Mushkil meen
mushkil kusha London meen,
Shehzad said…
I agree with you.
I think our political parties have 90% criminals. That's the reason every gov can't do anyting against criminals.

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