MANDI BAHAUDDIN
The District Bar Association (DBA), Phalia Bar Association and Malikwal Bar Association have observed strike to mourn death of girl students, security personnel and Deputy Commissioner in blast in Quetta University.
At least 25 people, including 14 female students, four nurses and four security personnel were killed and 27 others sustained injuries when unidentified terrorists blew up a bus of Sardar Bahadur Khan (SBK) Women University in Quetta, followed by another blast inside the Bolan Medical College's teaching hospital.
In a meeting, lawyers expressed grief over the tragic incidents and demanded the government to take strict measures to protect life of the citizens. Speaking on the occasion, DBA President Pervez Mahmood Ranjha said that the government had no workable policy to control terrorists' attacks causing death of innocent citizens all over the country.
He said newly-elected government was totally confused and security forces had no planning to stop the mayhem . He pointed out that this attitude of government if continue, it may push the country to become a field of civil war.
LAWYERS MEETS DPO: A delegation of lawyers headed by DBA President Pervez Ranjha met the DPO and complained about the performance of Civil Lines Police SHO in conduct of investigation of murder of former Murala Union Council Nazim Iqbal Warriach.
The DPO assured the delegation that investigation would be carried out honestly and all demands of justice would be met. Brother of Iqbal deceased Advocate Nasrullah Warriach was also present on the occasion.