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University of Karachi clash: APMSO, IJT file cases

APMSO, IJT file cases against dead workers
Karachi, Aug 28, 2008: The police have registered two cases on behalf of injured workers of the All Pakistan Muttahida Students Organization (APMSO) and Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba (IJT) against the activists who died in clashes a day earlier. Separate funeral prayers were offered for them at Numaish Chowrangi and Jinnah Ground on Wednesday.

According to On-duty officer Abrar-ul-Haq of the Mobina Town Police Station, FIR No. 249/08 (Under Sections 147, 148, 149, 302/34) has been registered on behalf of Ali Asad, an injured APMSO worker. He recorded in his statement that one of his associates, Atif Raza alias Mohammad Ramesh, was killed while Kashif, who was with him, was injured.

On the other hand, FIR No. 250/08 (Under Sections 302, 324/34) was registered on behalf of injured IJT worker Maaz Farooqui. Farooqui recorded his statement that two of his associates, Abdul Jabbar and Osama Bin Adam, were killed while he and another worker, Qasim Saleem, were injured.

The APMSO's Ali Asad said in his statement that he preparing for the peace walk when some IJT workers, including the two deceased, tried to create problems, resulting in firing between the two groups after an exchange of strong words, said SIO Ghulam Rasool Rajper, adding that the IJT's Maaz Farooqui recorded the statement that APMSO workers, including the deceased Atif Raza alias Ramesh and injured Ali Asad, created problems in their work and fired at them so they returned fire after an exchange of words.

In the meanwhile, funeral prayers for the two IJT workers who died at Karachi university and Hassan Athar, an active worker of the Jamat-e-Islami, who was shot dead in a target killing at Al-Falah on Wednesday morning, were offered at Numaish Chowrangi on Wednesday around 2:30 p.m., led by JI Amir Qazi Hussain Ahmed.

Scores of people, the JI and IJT leadership, including Mohammad Hussain Mehanti, Muzaffar Shajih, Asadullah Bhutto, Atiqur Rehman, Hassan Hammad and Ibrahim, and family members attended the funeral process. The body of the Osama Bin Adam was rushed to Thatta while Jabbar's body was rushed to Balochistan for burial and Athar will be laid to rest at the Model Colony graveyard today (Thursday).

While condemning the incident and alleging MQM involvement, Qazi Hussain Ahmed said, "This does not mean that we will retreat while rival groups make martyrs of our workers, we will never step back." He alleged that the MQM had "set fire" to this "peaceful" city.

In the meanwhile, the funeral of the APMSO worker was offered at Jinnah Ground, Azizabad, after Zuhr prayers. Rabita Committee Incharge Anwar Alam, Joint Incharge Abdul Haseeb, Babar Ghouri and other members of the Rabita Committee, APMSO Chairman Waheeduz Zaman and others attended the funeral. The deceased was then laid to rest at the Shershah graveyard. The MQM and APMSO leaderships strongly condemned the incident and demanded the arrest of the culprits. Sindh Minister Faisal Sabzwari and Dr Sagheer visited the hospitals and met the injured APMSO workers.

In the meanwhile, the IJT has given a protest call to students as tension in educational institutions resulted in lower attendance. Police have beefed up security outside.

There were reports that the Sindh government has taken back control of Karachi university through the rangers after the clash happened on Tuesday. No official concerned was available for comment. Daily Times

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Blood-letting on campus
The death of three students and a watchman at the Karachi University on Tuesday in fierce clashes between two student groups points to the gravity of the situation on the campus. It is not that the fighting was unexpected. As facts show tension had been building up between the IJT and APMSO supporters for a week since the row over a 'peace march'. The two had also clashed on the NED campus on Saturday. On Tuesday, firing between the two groups began in the morning, stopped briefly after intervention by KU officials and the Rangers, but resumed in the evening and continued for half an hour resulting in casualties. Such is the extent of enmity between the two groups that they even fired at the hospitals where the injured were taken, and some vehicles were burnt. The student activists also beat up some administration officials.

Two major questions crop up here. First, how did the students manage to enter the campus with arms when the Rangers were on duty? Either the IJT and APMSO activists managed to find loopholes in the Rangers' security system, or they had stocked fire-arms on the campus somewhere and made use of them. The firing lasted intermittently the entire day and this should have given the Rangers time enough to end the shoot-out. Instead, the two warring groups seemed to have all the opportunity in the world to turn the campus into a battlefield. Second, why did the KU administration not make its presence felt and intervene to stop the clash? This gross failure on the administration's part reinforces the general belief that the teachers themselves are divided and have for that reason undermined their professorial authority that is so essential for maintaining the dignity of any educational institution and for inculcating discipline and moral values among students and inspiring them to higher achievements in education and life. Finally, the political parties must share the responsibility for what happened on Tuesday. The student groups owe loyalty to the Jamaat-i-Islami and the MQM. To blame only the students amounts to whitewashing the crime of the parent organisations. The clash was not something unusual, for these armed groups have been spilling blood now for decades. It was during Ziaul Haq's regime that student militancy emerged as an ugly feature of campus life. To blame only the student-killers is to absolve the top leaders of the two parties of their role in failing to check violence on the campuses.

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Student groups amass firearms on campus
Karachi: It was around 6.30 in the evening when the Karachi University campus reverberated with the sound of gunfire, which eventually resulted in the death of three students and injuries to many others.

Tuesday's incident clearly indicates that arms have made a comeback on the campus since last time they were used freely in 1989 at the Arts Lobby in a clash between what was then the All Pakistan Muhajir Students Organisation (APMSO) and the People's Students Federation following which Rangers were called in for assistance to maintain law and order.

Background interviews with some faculty members suggest that Tuesday's incident was not an isolated one. Actually things had been simmering since Sept 14 last year, when a minibus was attacked in front of the university and in which nine people, most of them students, had been killed.

Sources on the campus said that unlike past years, the campus was not free from arms. In fact, small arms such as handguns had been brought onto the campus by the student organisations recently, they said.

It is not that a single student organisation is armed, but almost all student wings of political and religious parties have accumulated arms overt the years, campus sources said.

Tuesday's incident is a clear security lapse as earlier in the day an activist of the APMSO was roughed up by members of the Islami Jamiat-i-Talaba. However, the groups were pacified by the student adviser. "Clearly some security enhancement should have been made by the security apparatus on the campus," a faculty member said.

"If outsiders and arms and ammunition are coming onto the campus under the very nose of the Rangers, then what is the justification for their stay on the campus," said another faulty member. As always, Rangers gave a muted response to Tuesday's incident and detained innocent students following the killings.

The Sindh government posted the Rangers on the campus in 1989. Recently following an incident with Dr Riaz Ahmed, who was roughed up on the campus by Rangers personnel, the para-military force was asked by the university administration to withdraw to a certain extent, making only a symbolic presence at the gates.

Since then, the security staff of the watch and ward department of the university has come to fore, taking up the responsibilities at the three main gates of the campus.

Ironically, the Computer Science Department, where the firing took place, is situated just a few yards from the former hostel buildings where Rangers are stationed. However, not a single suspect was arrested by the Rangers and all the intruders carrying arms or the students who were inside the campus with arms escaped.

Only innocent students mostly of the evening shift were detained by the Rangers and handed over to the police. The students were finally released from the New Town police station around three in the morning following the verification of their credentials.

However, a visit to the campus on Tuesday showed that the Rangers had taken up positions at various points inside and at the gates of the university.

Inquires showed that there were 120 or so Rangers personnel posted at the NED and Karachi universities. Earlier, there was an entire wing stationed at Karachi University. However, some of the Rangers have been sent to the interior of Sindh.

Defending their role, a spokesman for the Rangers said that Tuesday's incident was clearly a well-coordinated attack in which the suspects carried out their operation in two to three minutes.

Firing incidents broke out at various places simultaneously, and the Rangers as per their mandate were present at the gates and at some vintage points such as the Arts Lobby, the spokesman said.

Answering a question as to how arms had been taken onto the campus, the Rangers spokesman said there were several exit and entry points on the campus and at several places walls were broken.

However, the spokesman sought to shift their responsibility by saying that "We can't man every building on the campus, and the university administration has its own security arrangements also."

Tuesday's killings on the campus would surly prove a catalyst for an extended stay of Rangers on the campus, a faculty member said.

On Sept 13 last year, nine persons, mostly students, were killed when nine suspects riding on three motorcycles attacked a minibus of Route G-7 on the main University Road opposite the Staff Town gate.

The suspects initially opened fire on the minibus using AK-14 rifles and later hurled some explosive device into the vehicle. Initially seven persons died, but later the death toll rose to nine. Largely members of the IJT were killed in the incident with some other passengers.

As far as investigation is concerned, a senior police officer said that "investigation is pending as no clue to the assailants was found".

The driver of the minibus survived the attack and his statement was recorded by the police. Dawn

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KU mulls ban on students wings
Karachi: The administration of the Karachi University (KU) is considering to impose a ban on the activities of students' organisations at the campus following a recent clash between two rival groups, namely Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) and All Pakistan Muttahida Students Organisation (APMSO), which left 4 people, including 3 students, dead and 6 others injured on Tuesday, it was told here on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the KU administration has issued show-cause notices to six students, found involved in the mishandling of three teachers and vandalism at the administration block while vehicle entry passes, issued to the students of the university (morning and evening), have also been cancelled.

Heavy contingents of Rangers have been deployed at different parts of the varsity especially at the entrance on the orders of Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan. A higher official of the KU said that the idea of imposing ban on the activities of the student organisations at the campus was considered in an urgent meeting held under the chair of Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui to review law and order situation at the campus.

"The meeting also considered to control the situation permanently at the campus. Some teachers are also found openly supporting some student wings at the KU campus", he said.

KU Campus Officer Dr Khalid Iraqi, said that the varsity would consider every option to save the lives of innocent people. The KU has decided to take instant disciplinary action against those found responsible for mishandling the teachers, he added.

As per the KU notification issued on Wednesday, the KU chief Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui called an urgent meeting and take measures to control and normalise the situation at the campus.

The Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof Dr Akhlaq Ahmed, Registrar, Prof M Rais Alvi, Advisors Prof Dr Faheemuddin, Dr Mansoor Ahmed, Security Advisor Dr Khalid Iraqi, Student Advisor Dr Nusrat Idrees, Dean Pharmacy Prof Dr Waseemuddin, Dean Islamic Studies Prof Dr Jalaluddin Noori and Dean Management Science Prof Dr Abuzar Wajidi attended. The meeting after lengthy discussions and deliberations on the situation condemned the killing of innocent lives at the campus.

"It was an extremely tragic incident that could happen at the institute of higher learning. The loss is irreparable. The meeting also condemned the use of firearms and killing particularly the rash and irresponsible behaviour of the elements involved in the sequence of the incident.

The meeting felt unfathomable grief and agitation over the misbehaviour of the students in the office of the Student Advisor, Administration block and physically mishandling of professors of Students' Advisory Council, comprising on Prof Dr Saleem Shahzad, Dr Nusrat Idrees and Sadiq Ali Khan Asst Prof Deptt of Computer Science. The meeting decided to take immediate and strict disciplinary action against those found responsible for this act. The meeting also decided to cancel all vehicle entry passes issued to the students of the university with immediate effect.

The meeting also offered Fateha for the departed souls of the students who lost their lives in yesterday's incident. The Nation

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Day after APMSO-IJT killings, JI man shot dead
Karachi: Tension gripped the Al-Falah area when unidentified culprits killed a worker of the Jamat-e-Islami (JI) on Wednesday morning within the jurisdiction of Al-Falah Police Station. The incident took place a day after three students lost their lives in APMSO-IJT clashes.

Most shops shut down after four men on two motorcycles shot the JI worker.

"The deceased, Hassan Athar, 32, son of Mansoor Khurshidi, was shot five times and died on the spot," said SHO Rana Saddiq. Athar was a resident of Bilal Town. The incident took place when he went out of the house for some work.

"Athar was a local JI leader but recently, he was operating as an active worker," said SHO Saddiq, adding that a 30 bore TT pistol was used to kill him. The armed men were able to flee. SHO Saddiq said that the deceased used to work in the accounts department of a poultry company and had gotten married six months ago.

When the area police arrived on the scene, they shifted him to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) where scores of JI leaders and workers arrived as well. They took the body away after legal formalities. His funeral prayers were offered by JI Amir Qazi Hussain Ahmed at Numaish Chowrangi, M.A. Jinnah Road, after the Zuhr prayers. Athar will be laid to rest at the Model Colony graveyard today (Thursday). No FIR was registered till the filing of this report.

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IJT protests Karachi killings
Islamabad: Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT) on Wednesday protested killings of students in Karachi, allegedly by the MQM.

The protestors rallied to Aabpara, shouting slogans against the MQM, the PPP and PML-N. They blocked a road and torn into pieces posters of Benazir Bhutto, hanging around the area.

They also burnt tyres and as a result the entire area went under thick clouds of smoke. Speakers alleged that the MQM was a fascist and terrorist organisation, sponsored by military dictators.

They claimed that some 2,500 people including students, clerics, politicians and journalists had been target-killed over the last four years, demanded that the killers be brought to book.

The police arrived late on the venue but the protest broke up peacefully. Daily Times

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One year later: no progress in KU minibus attack case
Karachi: A year has passed since the incident where a minibus was shot at near the University of Karachi (KU). Nine people, including four KU students, had lost their lives and six were reportedly injured. No progress has, however, been made towards solving the case.

On September 14, 2007, unidentified criminals on motorbikes shot at and later hurled a hand grenade at a minibus (No. PE-1686) of route G-7. The incident took place around sunset near the KU staff town gate.

Nine persons lost their lives in the incident, including four KU students. They were identified as Imran Shahid, Muhammad Siddique, Atif Butt, and Kaacho Habibullah. Three of these students were activists of the Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba (IJT).

The investigating officer for the case, Sub Inspector (SI) Waseem Shah, had, at the time, said that sketches of the suspects involved in the case had been prepared, based on descriptions given by the driver of the minibus. These sketches are, however, yet to be circulated publicly.

SSP Investigation East Zone Abdul Khaliq Shaikh said that nine people on three motorbikes were involved in the attack, but no progress has been made towards nabbing any of them. The minibus driver, Khan Wali, had lodged an FIR (No. 241/07) against the attack, under Sections 302, 324/34 of the Explosive Act. The News


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"When the news of the killing of four students in a clash between two rival student groups on the premises of the University of Karachi came, the vice-chancellor of the university was discussing the resistance poetry of Ahmed Faraz in a high-sounding language on a private television channel. A news report titled "Is the KU administration tilting towards one party" published in August 27 rightly laments the consistent inaction of the senior university officials and the rangers in the face of increasing violence and hooliganism by a certain ethnic group. Merely eulogising Ahmed Faraz does not matter unless one understands and follows his message of resisting repression and tyranny."
Name: Tooba Alam
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

"The clashes in the University of Karachi resulting in the deaths of four people were terrible to say the least. They make everyone, especially parents, wonder what kind of education our universities are imparting to the younger generation. The university administration should take strict action against such incidents and bring those behind them to justice. This is the only way we can save our future."
Name: M Zameer Ahmed
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

"I am from the University of Karachi and am saddened by the recent loss of four precious lives. Educational institutions are not meant for creating terror but are meant to produce good and responsible citizens. Those who study in the evening classes have been particularly hit by the closure of two days because in Ramazan there are no evening classes anyway. The university administration must deal with the matter impartially and come down with an iron hand on whoever is behind the clashes."
Name: Zehra Batool
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

"It is v v v unjustified that KU administration is supporting ********** of MQM and Zardari expressed his condolence only over the death of a MQM student and showed no concern with killed students of IJT."
Name: saqib rauf
Email: saqibrauf@fastmail.fm
City, Country: rawalpindi, Pakistan

"University of Karachi is being controlled by APMSO,a ********* group owned by MQM.Every Now and Then,it happens that *** Activists enter University with arms from different Gulshan,Johar,Maskan Units,SirSyed,Aligarh,KU,NED Campuses and kill mercilessly innocent students of the University who do not agree with them... Moreover,Rangers do nothing to control the situation... I personally knew Osama bin Adam,he was an intelligent student of Department of Computer Science studying in last Semester having 3.4 CGPA and was also a position holder at intermediate Examination,Thatha... He was a very good individual both in academics,Character-wise,Religion-wise and what not? But these ***** terrorists have killed him and so many students like him... Note: The teachers who claimed that they were beaten are liars and every body at University knows that they support *****,For Eg,Dr.Sadiq Ali Khan at Computer Science,a teacher good for nothing... Now,what should be done is to ensure that no armed individual ever enter University...by frisking Maskan,Silver Jubilee and other gates of the University.."
Name: Uknown
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

"After the appalling and heart-wrenching events at the University of Karachi, one has to agree with the pronouncements of its vice chancellor who has reportedly said that it will require a change of heart and mindset to improve the situation. I would just like to add that for this to happen, it would require a change of administration at the university first. It may also require accountability of those who have allowed the situation to come to such a stage that four students are killed in a gunfight at a university.
If the vice chancellor has any shred of dignity or conscience, he should resign immediately and a proper inquiry installed to investigate these events."
Name: R M atif
City, Country: London

"I am really upset by the deaths of four students of my university. I am really disappointed by the negligence and carelessness of the security guards and the rangers. This is the second such incident at the University of Karachi within a short period. Some days back a six-year-old girl was raped near Maskan gate and that was also very disturbing for students. The university administration needs to realise that such things are bad for female students, especially those who take evening classes.
We come to the university in the late hours, paying double the amount of the regular fee, we want to study, we want to gain something from the institution, we don't want violence at all, and in Ramazan we will not be having any classes.
I want to ask the people behind the violence that does their faith teach them to kill students and make life miserable for others. Please, for God's sake, stop behaving like animals and let us learn and gain something for our betterment and for country's betterment."
Name: Mehwish Javed
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

"It was May 2008, one of my office colleagues couldn't submitted his LLB examination form due to his job and family problems and the last date has passed. My friend visited his college and KU, requested the officials to accept his form with late fees. He explained the problem to them and even begged them to save his year. Some of them simply refused him and some referred him to here and there. He was very sad as he belongs to a very backward of area of Sindh, shifted to Karachi alone and has to work very hard to get education and now he was loosing his year. I personally met a high officials of KU and requested him to help my friend in order to save a young mans passion for education, but I failed. My friend was really really disappointed and asked me as is this the way we want to raise the level of education in Pakistan? Was it that difficult issue that couldn't be solved? At this stage he decided not to continue his education. With sad faces and heavy hearts we came out of the varsity's admin block. In front of Admin building , We saw a few students gathered under a tree. The boys were holding some forms type of documents. We moved to the boys assuming them with the same problem. I: Assalam u Alaikum Boys: Walaikum us Salam I: " Kiaa aap ke forms bhi jama nahi huaey ?" (Do you guys also haven't submitted your forms?) " Jee Nahi" (No). "Aap ka koi Masla aey " (Do you have any problem?) A boy, wearing a khaddar Shalwar Qameez and Balochi Chappal, politely asked me. " Jee, mera LLB ka form jama nahi hosaka haey , maen job ke silsilay maey shehr se bahar tha" (I couldn't submitted my LLB form as I was out of city for my job) My friend explained "Jabbar Bhai "said the boy "In bhai ka masla dekhen or administration jaa kar hul karen" (brother Jabbar, Please solve this matter) and he gave my friends form to a naive faced young boy. " Nauman Bhai, esay or buhi buhat se students aaen haen mukhtalif colleges saey . Maen ne administration maey baat ki , lekin woh masla hul nahi kar paa rahay, or kul LLB ka pehla paper haey " ( Brother Nauman, There are many other students approaching from various colleges but the University administration is still unable to solve the issue and the first paper will be tomorrow) Jabbar told Nauman. " Jabbar Bhai , aaen meray saaath Vice Chancellor ke pas" (Brother Jabbar, come with me let us talk to VC) Nauman asked Jabbar and they both stepped towards Admin Block "Huh.".my friend astonished " Kia yeh aap ke jaan ne waale haen jo yeh haari khatir VC ke paas jaa rahaey hae n" (Are these guys your friends as they are approaching VC on our issue) " Naheen yaar, shayed yeh hum se paesay maangen s kaam ke" Not really, I really don't know, wo they are. May be hey ask some money to solve your issue" I said We were waitig for them to come under the tree...... after fifteen minutes they returned and said" Bhai hum ne VC se bat kake aap ka or deegar students ka masla hul karwa dia haey, Alhamdulillah. Aap log pesay kitnay laey haen " (Brothers, we talked the VC and your issue has been resolved. How much money you have with you?) I saw towards my friends face, I clearly notice tears in his eyes. He asked the boys as how much money they want? " Aap kitne pesay len gaey " I really bad in this situation. I personally hate bribery but we can not loose this last chance . " Hum????? Muhtaram, hamen aap se koi pesay nahi lenay. Kiaa aap late fee saath lae haey ya nahi? agar nahi to bataen" (Dear, we don't need any money from you, I just want to know as if you dont have late fee, so we can arrange for you) "Buhat Shukria".." My friends face brightened with the light of happiness...His eyes filled with he tears again but now of thankfulness. We hand Shacked with Nauman and Jabbar and returned to our homes happily. AND TODAY I RECEIVED THESE PICTURES OF JABBAR AND USAMA and THE FILM OF THAT MAY DAY STARTED RUNNING ON MY MINDS SCREEN. I CALLED N OF MY OLD FRIEND WHO IS A TEACHER AT KU AND ASKED HIM ABOUT THE INCIDENT. Accordng to the teachers "usama and jabbar arranged mushaira, taleem e balighan stags show , and neelam ghur type of intresting and healthy extra curricular activities from bazm e adabs platform just a week ago. Both were best known for their fellow students welfare and even good in their own academics. Both belong to poor families, one from a small town of thatta (sindh) and the other from mango pir (a poor area of karachi). Their class fellow respects them due to their good nature and clean characters. Their female class fellows remember them a strong support in maintaining a respectful environment for female students in ku." "But who killed them and why?" I asked that teacher. " Those who killed 5 students last year in he same days in a mini bus at KUs silver Jubilee gate, Those who killed Hakeem Saeed, Salahuddin Sb, Allama Hassan Turrabi, , Mufti Shamezai, Saleem Qadri, Aslam Mujahid, Yousuf Ludhyanvi, Munawwar Suharwardi, Abdulah Muraad, Abbas Qadri, Azim Ahmed Taariq, Badar Iqbal, Tariq Khan, Zuhaer Akram, those who killed dozens of innocents on 12 May 2004, 12 May 207, Burnt Lawyers in their cambers on 9 April 2008. Those who started COPY CULTURE and destroyed the education in Karachi , Those who killed Army, Police ad rangers men. Those who terrified the businessmen and the investors by collecting BHATTA, those who established Torture cells." Those who always support dictators from Zia to Musharraf. Those who are enjoying the cold Days and Nights on London burning Karachi since last 2 decades. SOCHO.....JAAGO."
Name: Shahszad
Email: hamletkw@yahoo.com
City, Country: Islamabad, Pakistan

"WHY STUDENTS JOIN POLITICAL PARTIES?ARE PARENTS OF THESE TYPE OF STUDENTS BLIND?"
Name: shehryar
Email: hamletkw@yahoo.com
City, Country: Islamabad, Pakistan

"everyone knows who is behind these acts i.e ***. But no one is ready to propogate it. Neither any news paper nor any channel who claim that they show the truth.I am a student of NED & i know who is right & who is wrong.jamiat is always found in positive activities while apmso is always spreading discrimination between muhajir,pathan,sindhi, balochi.pls raise your voice against these otherwise 2mrw they might again burn karachi."
Name: sajid saleem
Email: sajidzaki20@gmail.com
City, Country: karachi, Pakistan

"IJT, a ********* group is alway involved in clashes in educational institutions in Pakistan. You will find its name in more than 90% of clashes in educational institutions in Pakistan. On 26 August, it was IJT who killed one member of APMSO. The members of IJT were killed in second round of fire. IJt also has the honour of introducing fir arms in the institutions especially University of Karachi. I am an old student of KU and cant forget the first murder at KU in 1979 comitted by ***."
Name: Osama
Email: osama@hotmail.com
City, Country: karachi, Pakistan

"It was really a sad incident which happend few days back.I am the ex student of NED and can feel the real concern of the students of the twin varsities.Positive activities...huh..so called "Islami" Jamiat Talba...exploiding innocent students in the name of Islam.The ******** are sitting in so called IDARA NOOR UL HAQ and asking the poor guys to open fire for them in the educational institutions...shame on you...using Islam for your name and your fame...its disgusting..I congratulate APMSO in this regard who are the true representatives of students and who showed ultimate patience after the incident and didnt started a new conflict..May GOD bless the leaders of MQM and shoe the right path to so called "ISLAM K THEKEDAARS"."
Name: Osama Anwer
Email: osama_anwer@hotmail.com
City, Country: Abudhahi,UAE

"want to join karachi rangers.im studying in ICS first year.my aim 2 b a ranger."
Name: shakeel
Email: desertways@hotmail.com
City, Country: karachi

"da Differnce is evident, you cant be blind when you can see the blue sky, APMSO is controled by Altaf Hussian Who never dares to come back to his native land just bcz he feels like getting hooked and booked on a long long crime story , are those loyal to him really mad or the like that bori bnd culture to the extent of insanity! "
Name: They call me patriot
Email: eureka_loyal@hotmail.com
City, Country: karachi, Pakistan

"are people blind or what. 9 were killed in 2007 and two in 2008. all this was done to present the mqm chief with his birthday gift. no wonder that such a chief would love such a gift. i cannot forget my dear friends who were mercilessly killed. siddiq, atif, jabbar, osama and imran shahid. why is that jamiat is always accused of starting weapons culture in educational institutes. if this is true then why are always workers of jamiat being killed. shooters and introducers of weapons cannot be the victims."
Name: SONIA KHAN
Email: sonia_khan198800@yahoo.com
City, Country: karachi, Pakistan


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