Identity, Equality, Unity
She earned an M.A. Degree in Urdu and Persian from Punjab University. This talented Pakistani daughter as a result of her intelligence then headed towards Iran to complete her education. She was struggling to get a PHD degree from an Iranian University on scholarship.
On her vacations, she was coming back to her homeland (Pakistan) on 28 June 2012 via bus and was to be among the victims of the same bus that was attacked by Jihadi-sectarian terrorists (banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi LeJ, currently operating as Ahle Sunnat Wal Jasmaat ASWJ) at Hazarganji area in Quetta. She lost one of her eyes, while doctors fear her other eye too might not be rescued.
The real assets of Pakistan in the shape of its PhD students, doctors, lawyers etc are on fire. Jihadi assets of Pakistan army are killing its real assets.
Syed Khadim Ali Shah (Tasawwur’s father) the now cries blood for the great loss.
Is there anyone to shake the dead souls of these miscreants who are not sparing anyone and any chance in destroying Pakistan?
Can anyone shake Pakistan government, its military and judiciary which seem to be least interested in stopping the ongoing target killing of Shia Muslims and moderate Sunnis in Pakistan and other parts of the country at the hands of the ASWJ-LeJ militants?
With 617,000 active personnel and an additional 513,000 reserve, Pakistan armed forces are the seventh largest in the world in terms of active troops. Why can’t the secure Quetta, a small city of less than 1.5 million people, from ongoing attacks by Jihadi-Deobandi militants of LeJ-ASWJ?
Do we care about Shias and moderate Sunnis of Quetta who are being killed by LeJ-ASWJ terrorists? Do we care to wipe out the tears of those thousands who have been separated from their loved ones?
Source: Adapted from Karbala-e-Quetta