Islamabad happenings – A pictorial Overview

Teacher's in protests

Teachers(really?) protest against the privatization of schools in Punjab.

And student' protest

Students under Islamic Jamiat’s flag cover themselves in shrouds and protests against 12th May killings in Karachi.

Let us sleep, please

Police officers, who came from different areas of Punjab for Jameya Hafsa operations, sleeps in open.

And as BBC reports on punjab police enjoying themselves in the capital.

Ready for Jehad's call

And the preparations in G-6 around Lal Masjid quarters.

The administrator has to say a lot too, he says after every round of discussion and negotiations with govt., we are told that Big Brother is not wiling.

Let’s hope we see a prosperous and progressive Pakistan towards path of Peace and not strikes, protests, and terrorism (ameen).

Image Courtesy: Khabrain & BBC

4 Comments so far

  1. Neena (unregistered) on May 25th, 2007 @ 2:04 pm

    Lol! Why teachers are shirtless as if they are Brad Pitt or something??

    I pity those policemen; it really gets cold during night in Islamabad. BTW don’t they have some Police Station/guest house where they can spend night? They are here on an official duty so the Islamabad authorities need to give them some respect.

    Lal Mosque thing is getting quite out of hand now. I guess admin is mostly from NWFP region, right?

  2. Yoseph (unregistered) on May 26th, 2007 @ 12:42 am

    I would say the Lal Masjid issue is mostly a punjabi one, otherwise there would have been a huge military operation already if they were from NWFP. They call them “taliban” but taliban are afghani pathans in afghanistan, not local punjabis in lal masjid

  3. Neena (unregistered) on May 26th, 2007 @ 9:14 am

    It might be true, they don’t say much about their qualifications or background on their website. Another of Zia’s gift: illiterate brigade of shameless humans.

  4. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on May 27th, 2007 @ 2:21 am

    Lolz @ Neena’s Brad Pitt :>

    @Neena & Yoseph: IMHO, most of the students are at least from NWFP region, it’s quite obvious when they speak … !

    Let’s see what turn it takes, the issue is still very much in doldrums ..!

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