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People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) has raised series of questions about the killing of ex-MP Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf on 15 April, saying that the answers to them “will tell us whether it was a question of mere negligence by the UP police or a deeper conspiracy by the UP police and the UP administration, in the murders themselves”. In a statement, PUCL said, Yogi Adityanath government has a responsibility “to ensure that vigilante murders do not occur and that the police do not kill people extra-judicially”. It added, “It is the right of the accused to prove their innocence in a court of law, through due process, which has been blatantly denied and summary (in)justice is meted out without fair trial.

This is in blatant violation of Articles 14 and 21 of the Indian Constitution and cannot be allowed or condoned.” PUCL said, it is concerned that de facto policy of the Adityanath government of “treating rule of law as an unnecessary irritant of no consequence”, will result in the destruction of one of the basic pillars of constitutional democracy and pave the way for “lawlessness and brute power”.

The statement says, “It is up to other institutions of accountability right from the media, the judiciary, the NHRC and other independent human rights bodies to defend this core democratic principle in the face of this ferocious assault on the rule of law by the UP administration”. The Adityanath government’s assertion that criminals are not entitled to the rule of law is antithetical to the values of the constitution, PUCL said, warning those in the public who support this “amoral position” that making an exception to the edifice of rule of law will result in a slippery slope.

If this trend is not checked the state will feel emboldened to opt for vigilante justice, including extrajudicial executions, against all those questioning its actions and policies.



“Commanding the Frontline: COAS General Syed Asim Munir Inspires Troops with Surprise Visit to the Line of Control”

COAS was briefed on the situation along the LOC and operational preparedness of the deployed formations. COAS met with officers and troops on the forward positions. He emphasised upon troops to extend all out support to the local population,
remain steadfast and discharge duties with utmost sincerity and devotion.

COAS appreciated officers and men for maintaining continued vigil, remarkable operational preparedness and high state of morale.

He further said that Pakistan Army is resolved to defend sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan against all kinds of threat and is determined to support just the cause of Kashmiris and seeks resolution of Jammu and Kashmir in accordance with UN resolutions.

Earlier on arrival at LOC, COAS was received by the Corps Commander Rawalpindi Corps.

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Four years after the downing of two Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft and capture of one pilot, the IAF is yet to recover from the humiliation at the hands of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) which exposed to the world the inherent military weakness of a “nuclear-armed” India. The botched attempt to strike deep inside Pakistan following a false flag operation at Pulwama on 14 Feb 2019, established the military and technological superiority of the PAF and shattered to pieces the myth of Indian military might. On 27th Feb 2019, during the short aerial encounter, PAF shot down two IAF aircraft and captured one of the pilots.

The debris of the SU-30 fell in IIOK and its pilot was killed, while the MiG-21 pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, whose aircraft fell on the Pakistan side was captured alive. The success of the PAF in Operation Swift Retort against a far bigger adversary is now observed as a “Surprise Day” every year. India’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar confirmed that the missing of one Pilot.

“In this engagement, we have unfortunately lost one Mig-21. Pakistan has claimed that the Pilot was in their custody Pakistan’s DG- ISPR Asif Ghafoor said that Pakistani aircraft had fired on six targets in IIOJK, hitting “open spaces” as a demonstration of Pakistan’s capability to hit Indian targets. The intention was not to cause any civilian or military casualties. Pakistan’s Foreign Office stated that “the sole purpose was to demonstrate our right, will and capability for self-defence. We have no intention of escalation but are fully prepared to do so if forced into the war paradigm.” Furthermore, Indian forces were baffled so badly by the Pakistani response that they had targeted their own Mi-17 Chopper at Budgam. Indian Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria admitted shooting down of own Mi-17 V5 helicopter by the IAF on 27 February was a “big mistake”.

To cover up this ignominy, IAF claimed that they had downed the F-16 jet of Pakistan during the aerial combat on 27th February. As usual, the claim turned out to be incorrect and was rebutted by US authorities on the ground in Pakistan as the count of F-16 proved that no plane was missing and India tried to mislead the international community. Later on, Pakistan handed over Wing Commander Abhinandan to India in a peace-mongering gesture in an attempt to de-escalate the tensions between both the countries. The entire Balakot episode turned out to be nightmarish for India as it was widely exposed vulnerabilities in Indian defense and raised serious questions over the war capabilities of Indian ground and aerial forces.

“Wealth of the Few: 166 Billionaires in India Now Own More than 60% of the Country’s Wealth Despite Growing Hunger, Inflation and Health Crises”.

A recent Oxfam India report titled “Survival of the Richest: The India Narrative” revealed that just 5% of Indians own more than 60% of the country’s wealth, while the bottom 50% have only 3%. In 2022, the country’s wealthiest man enjoyed a 46% gain in wealth. India’s top 10 richest individuals have a collective net worth of $335.7billion, a 32.8% rise from 2021. There are currently 166 billionaires in India, up from 102 in 2020.

Despite this startling wealth disparity, the nation is battling numerous challenges including hunger, increasing suicide rates, unemployment, inflation, worsening law and order situation and health crises.

The report also highlighted that by 2022, India has around 350 million hungry people, a growth from 190 million in 2018. This led to 65% of death among children under 5 being attributed to hunger, significantly higher than other countries.

Amidst all this, the wealth of billionaires swells daily by an average of $2.7billion despite the stagnated wages of 1.7 billion workers due to inflation.

First time in Pakistan,the steps taken by Rawalpindi Police, “Sign language” has been introduced. special people would express their complaints easily ..

The most important initiative of its kind for special persons for the first time in Pakistan by Rawalpindi Police, under the direction of CPO Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari,

Introduced sign language for special persons including Dumb, deaf and blind persons in policing, CPO.

Thanks to the vision of Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari, the private organization will provide support to the special people including the deaf, blind and Dumb people who come to the police station.

Important and top priority for all, special persons deserve best support and facilities everywhere, CPO Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari.

According to the details, for the first time in Pakistan, Rawalpindi Police has taken the most important initiative of its kind for special persons, under the direction of CPO Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari, sign language for special persons including mute, deaf and blind people in policing.

Introduced, thanks to the vision of CPO Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari, a private organization will provide support to special people including Dumb, deaf and blind people coming to the police station.

“Sign language” experts will understand the problem of special people and provide assistance to the police in recording complaints and testimonies, etc., through sign language, deaf, blind, and other special people can express their problem or statement in a better way.

Police will be able to record, experts will be available 24/7 to understand the speech of the special person through video call and explain to the police, police officers will also be trained in sign language, CPO Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari.

Directed special support and prompt service delivery to special persons in police stations and all offices, CPO Syed Shahzad Nadeem said that special people are important and the first priority for all of us, special people are entitled to the best support and facilities everywhere.