That’s just TOO Much

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First (Dr.) Arbab Ghulam Rahim’s shoe beating and then just yesterday (Dr.) Sher Afghan’s beating and thrashing in Lahore.

Nothing commendable. Brutality to show your emotions is never commendable.

Yesterday while watching the video of incident, many a times I thought this man’s going to die coz of a heart failure. If you talk about justice … then adopt proper ways to do justice. If he’s criminal in your eyes, bring him in to teh courts and not THRASH an aged guy with hundreds of hands.

Its high time that we use our wisdom (if any) and start thinking intelligently. Emotional intelligence may be good, pure emotionalism – No.

6 Comments so far

  1. Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) on April 9th, 2008 @ 12:19 pm


    First (Dr.) Arbab Ghulam Rahim’s shoe beating

    Arbab was beaten up by his own servant. Izzat zillat Allah k hath mey hay and Musharraf’s millitants like Wasi,Arbab,Azab Elahi had believed that Musharraf was bigger than God. What happened with Arbab was somethign he deserved. There is youtube video in whch he slapped an employee infront of media and gave him behan ki Gaali. I won’t be surprised if in future Pakistai Awam who was suppressed by moron dictator beat up Musharraf near Karachi company :-)

    Jahil politicians and rulers deserve such jahil treatment.


  2. bozz on April 9th, 2008 @ 4:19 pm

    Nuke Plant Accident Kills 2 In Pakistan

    A gas leakage killed at least two people at a heavy water plant in the central part of Pakistan’s Punjab province on Tuesday, prompting fresh concerns over the safety of the country’s nuclear program.


  3. dushanbe on April 9th, 2008 @ 9:06 pm

    A nation must show maturity, decency and honor at all times. Are we Jahil? its time to think about it. And if you decide to answer yes, just make sure to convey it to your children as they are innocent.


  4. wkhang on April 11th, 2008 @ 12:02 am

    This is TOO MUCH !!

    Disrespecting of an elder person, ah,
    What kind of people we are ?
    Where we are going with this ?

    What the heck happend to our nation ?

    Afra Tefry ka time !!

    Blame Game is going on with the help of Media Specialy GEO " Jelty per Tail " ka kaam, play with emotions, GEO please let us Genay DO !!

    As per GEO,

    He said this that he will do if that will happend, what is your openion ?
    As soon as the person gives answers, the nest minute GEO make this NEWS as Breaking news, huh.

    PLEASE PEACE !! RELAX THINK WHO IS WHO !! what they are up to.


  5. kabirdas on April 12th, 2008 @ 10:10 am

    I am personally against the taking of law in ones own hands. However, I have two very pertinent questions weighing on my mind in this regard as follows:
    1. Would it not be justified to take the law in one’s own hands by an aggrieved party against someone who himself has been supporting most blatantly the same kind of thing? Have we forgotten the support of Sher Afgan Niazi to the actions of Musharraf which were tentamount to his (Musharraf’s) taking both the constitution and law of the land not only in his own hands but trampling over them in full public view ??
    2. Weren’t these two incidents in line with the advice of our self proclaimed president which he gave to loyal Pakistanis in London during his last visit to that city in the aftermath of his press conference where he scolded a highly respectable Pakistani journalist for asking him an embarrasing question. He advised these Pakistanis to take charge of such journalists and if need be ‘tou beyshak unhain tikka bhee do’. Isn’t what is good for the goose is good for the gender also?

    I will be grateful to anyone who can answer these two questions for me !

    Ref: bozz April 9th, 2008 4:19 pm
    Please note in this post some other incidents are under discussion and not the nuclear leak your concern for which notwithstanding. Sorry, if I have taken the law in my own hand in reminding you of this. I felt compelled to do it since Editors seem to be oblivious to this aspect of their responsibility.


  6. crazymonkey on April 13th, 2008 @ 9:56 am

    Something tells me that the new government isn’t going to be any better than the old one.



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