Justice for the two brothers is justice for Pakistan.

The recent incident in Sialkot has triggered this immense burden of helplessness in me. I cannot even begin to express in words what I feel, but all I can say is that I have never in my life felt ashamed of being a Pakistani. Never. I always defended my country whenever needed and in whatever way I could. But, after watching the videos of brutality, I felt ashamed. I felt ashamed of the fact that there are such people in Pakistan who have stoop to the lowest level of inhumanity and brutality.

Justice is going to save this country. Justice is going to save the nation and youth of Pakistan. My two cents get justice for this family and make Pakistan proud. Make those people proud who are ashamed of being a Pakistani now. Get rid of these Pakistanis who are putting the other good Pakistanis at shame. When will this nation wake up? When will the youth wake up? To get justice for this family is to get justice for Pakistan. To get justice for that mother is to get justice for all those mothers who’s cries and tears went unseen and unheard because they couldn’t get the camera’s eyes. Justice is what this country needs.

I’m asking you who are reading this post; imagine what would happen if this case also go in the old files? If this also died out and people forgot about it in a day or two, what would happen? I cannot even imagine what effect it would have on the family. An eight year old sister will grow up feeling ashamed of her country and nation. A mother will be left suffering for life. A father will never have any support for his old age. A family will curse this Pakistan and system of Pakistan. And you know what, we are Pakistan. We are the system of Pakistan and can you imagine being cursed by a mother whose heart is filled with grief and immense pain. We will be cursed. And what will happen when we will be cursed? We will suffer for the crimes we have not even committed. The whole Pakistan will suffer from these curses. In fact, it already is suffering.

To avoid this, we NEED to get justice for this family. Justice for this family is justice for Pakistan and justice for society. If this case got shut down now, then there is nothing that will save Pakistan. Justice for this family is justice for Pakistan on both national and international level. This is the time to wake up, this is the moment when we should all introspect ourselves. Now, we have to move forward. All those boys need to come forward and support that mother. I request all the males reading this post that please go and visit their family. Tell them that if she has lost two sons then she has gained hundred and thousand more sons to give their brother justice.

How many more Muneebs and Mughees will be sacrificed? How many more sons and how many more brothers? How many more youngsters of this nation that will be sacrificed? I cannot even express in words how sad I feel about this tragic incident. I seen one video on geo and thought it was inhuman, then I see other videos and I’m left speechless! The extreme cruelty and brutality is beyond the words to explain. I could not sleep and I could not stop crying watching them being treated so cruelly. What must that mother be going through who raised her sons like two roses and how did she know that sons will die like this?

How could those people be so inhuman? I see a murderer in every person living in Sialkot. They’re all responsible for it and they will all pay for it. If not in this world then in the hereafter. InshAllah. When I think of their mother, the grieve pierces through my bones and it feels like they were my sons. I can’t even begin to tell how hurt I’m. This is our responsibility now to give them justice, please don’t let this be forgotten. Please keep the humanity alive. Please do something to give justice to their souls. If we don’t speak out now then it could be our sons or brothers tomorrow. The nation of Pakistan has to wake up now. Fight for your brothers! Please give them justice so their souls may rest at peace.

It is now our choice, to either protest for a few weeks or months and then eventually let it become another forgotten story. Or, we can wake ourselves up, we can decide to speak out against this and we can bring a change. The biggest drawback for Pakistan is that there are good people and there are bad. But, unfortunately the one bad makes it to the mainstream and other 99 good people remain quite, or put their goodness in words, update their blogs, status and then move on. But, when will the verbal revolution become the practical revolution? We need to bring this verbal change in practical.

This incident was an extreme inhumanity. There’s no justification for it. We MUST speak out now or never. The choice is yours!

Thank you.

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About Lapsus Calami

I believe I have a voice that should be heard. I believe I write words that should be read. I believe I'm change, and hence my efforts to bring change.
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17 Responses to Justice for the two brothers is justice for Pakistan.

  1. Saleha says:

    You have raised some strong points. I just hope that people learn something and do something. If this incident fades away, then Pakistan will always be a failed state.

  2. sarah says:

    They should be treated in same way and then hang em on same place.. and then let cows eat em for some days … then send their bones to their mother so they can make delicios soup for aftari.. MF SOBZ

  3. mashallah Nice Note……
    MAy ALLAH Almighty Give the Enough Courage to all of US PAkistanis So That we may get rid of Such Black sheeps of Our Country…..

  4. kashaf says:

    that bloody son ov bitches should treated worst then they dat tow innocnts were………

  5. Durr-e-Nayab says:

    I still cant believe that this happened infront of so many people and they did nothing to stop them.

  6. Aamir says:

    I strongly and absolutely agree with the title of this post ‘Justice for the two brothers is justice for Pakistan.’

    True indeed. Awesome would it be if this actually happened, but to me it seems like its going to be just another forgotten story. May Allah prove me wrong.

  7. PARI PIYA says:

    JIN LOGON NE AIN BACHON KO MAAR HAI UNO KO SIRAM ITNEY HI BEDARDI SE MAAR JAHEY AUR JO LOG WAHAN TAMASHAI TAH JO BOLAY NAI UN K BACHON KO B AISA HI BEDARDI SE MAAR JAHEY TAK UNE KO DARD KA ANDAZA HO AUR UNE K SATH B YAHI SALOOK KIA JAHEY

  8. Aliyah says:

    I second you, justice for these brothers is very very important. First for their family, and then for Pakistan. As Pakistan’s reputation is dependent on it. It will be a big shame for Pakistan and people of Pakistan if they don’t wake up now and do something.

  9. Shoaib says:

    We need more people like you to keep reminding us what we really should be doing. Good post, I’m gonna share it with my friends to encrouage them.

  10. Fatiha says:

    I’m gonna print this out and spread it around to raise awareness. I hope you wont mind, which I think you won’t kyunki mein yeh ache cause ke liye use karon gi. It’s a wake up call for us

  11. Hassan says:

    Justice for the sialkot brother IS justice for Pakistan.

  12. Hassan says:

    We really have to make that sister proud who doesn’t even know whats happened to her brothers. 😦

  13. Tauba says:

    I really hope that this doesn’t fade away cuz if it does tu Pakistan ka Allah he hafiz 😦

  14. Nizami says:

    Rightly said, Pakistan needs do something now!

  15. Ahmad says:

    I like the idea of boys going to their house and showing them some support. InshAllah I will encourage my friends to come along with me.

  16. Ali says:

    I still can’t find the words to express my feelings 😦

  17. Ali says:

    Phir hum kehty hain ke Pakistan itna badnaam kyun hai :@

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