SIALKOT - Begowala Village, Sambrial based grieved families of two slain victims Shamas alias Chamma and Waqas Nawaz have demanded that the government should take a stern legal action against the human traffickers.

Both the youngmen were killed at Iranian border while they were crossing it illegally. The two youths, 22-year-old Shamas and 20-year-old Muhammad Waqas, residents of Begowala Village were killed by the Border Security Forces of Iran a few days back when they were crossing the Iranian border illegally to go Muscat for better future induced by human traffickers.

Shamas was the only brother of four sisters while Waqas had seven brothers and sisters.

Their grieved families told the newsmen here that the victims had paid Rs45, 000 each to some Sialkot and Quetta based human traffickers for going to Greece through Iran but were shot dead Border Security Forces of Iran.

Shamas' father Muhammad Irshad and Waqas' father Muhammad Nawaz said that they had lost their beloved sons, who were unemployed and intending to go abroad for their better future.

The grieved families demanded strict legal action against the human traffickers in the country.

Their dead bodies arrived at village Begowal on Monday, where they were laid to rest along their dreams in their native graveyard amid sobs and tears.