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Social media activist Muhammad Bilal Khan murdered in Islamabad

SAMAA | - Posted: Jun 17, 2019 | Last Updated: 7 months ago
Posted: Jun 17, 2019 | Last Updated: 7 months ago
Social media activist Muhammad Bilal Khan murdered in Islamabad

Photo: Muhammad Bilal Khan/Instagram

Social media activist and blogger Muhammad Bilal Khan was murdered in Islamabad’s G9/4 Sunday night. 

His cousin, Aitesham, was injured in the attack.

According to the FIR, he received a call from someone in Bhara Kahu to come to G9/4. When he reached, unidentified men him attacked with a sharp-edged instrument.

There were 17 wounds on his body. He was shifted to the PIMS Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds.

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The funeral prayers were offered on Monday at the Rehmani Masjid at Aabpara Chowk.

The police have started searching for the suspects with the help of safe city cameras.

Khan had over 49,000 subscribers on YouTube, 17,000 followers on Twitter and 1,635 followers on Instagram.

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      Muhammad Barzakh  June 19, 2019 12:32 am/ Reply

    Unquestionably, The state is responsible for the protection of every citizen if a citizen broke or not obey states law, the judiciary punishes him according to law or declares the person as a treacherous person by LEA.

    What when an innocent murdered? To whom to ask and punish? Unfourtunly there’s no way at least till date. We are not only here to Sacrifice of our children’s, our homes, our faith, our needs, our dignity, and our fundamental rights also.

    In the light of Islam (every law of the universe is below from Allah and Islam) and as per the Constitution of Pakistan; It is our fundamental right to ask for justice, and the responsibility of the state is to provide us justice with transparency.

    If a country’s justice system is running well means we didn’t lose anything and if not means we lost everything.

    No one is and shall above the law; if the law protects and treats humanity equally accordingly with Islam, otherwise it is nothing but just a piece of paper.

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      Ali  June 24, 2019 3:39 am/ Reply

    Persons who did that should be hanged

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