Ahmadis in Pakistan: Another day and another Ahmadi…

Another day and another Ahmadi was shot dead in a planned and organised target killing campaign against Ahmadis in Karachi.
Of the world’s 13 largest cities, Karachi is the most dangerous, according to data compiled by Al Jazeera.

Mr. Muhammad Ahmad, 23 was leaving his general store in Gulistan e Jauher area of Karachi with his bother in law on a motorbike when two unknown assailants shot them. As a result Mr. Muhammad Ahmad lost his life at the spot while his brother-in-law Shams Fakhri, 45 is severely injured and fighting for his life in a hospital.

The spokesperson of Jama’at Ahmadiyya Pakistan Mr. Saleem ud Din tweet the story:

The spokesperson of Jama’at Ahmadiyya Pakistan conveyed his deep grief over this incident, He said:

Mr. Saleem ud Din urged his followers to pray for Shams Fakri as he survived the attack.

He also implored divine mercy from Allah in one of his tweet:

Crime statistics gathered from governments, police departments and the UN show that Karachi has the highest homicide rate of the world’s 13 largest cities, coming in at 12.3 per 100,000 residents. Karachites (the people living in Karachi) often brush off the particularly violent nature of their city as being a byproduct of living in any major urban area in the developing world. But Karachi is exceptional; amongst mega cities (with populations of more than 13 million), no other city’s homicide rate comes within 25 per cent of Karachi’s.

According to  (CPLC) the statistics of crime is as under:

source: cplc.org.pk

 

You can see that Gulistan e Jauhar is on the second number in the Highest Risk areas of Karachi. And Police is still not able to provide peace for its people.

 

 

4 thoughts on “Ahmadis in Pakistan: Another day and another Ahmadi…

  1. Shaikh al Kubra Hayat

    This is really sad for Pakistan. You see the graph of killings and other mishaps. That is not good for Pakistan. and minorities in Pakistan are also not save. The government is sleeping. They should protect them.

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