2 men burnt alive by angry Christians after terrorist attacks

2015-03-17 10:16:55 | Al Muslim News
2 men burnt alive by angry Christians after terrorist attacks


14 people were killed and dozens injured in two suicide terrorist attacked churches in Lahore, Pakistan on March 15, sparking mob violence in which two innocent men burnt alive. The blasts occurred during prayers a Roman Catholic Church and a Christ Church in Lahore's Youhanabad area were hit in suicide attacks. Youhanabad is home to more than 100,000 Christians and biggest population of Christian’s community in Pakistan. Broken window glasses, blood and shoes were scattered across the blast sites. Two policemen on guard duty also killed and three policemen injured in the attacks, police official said. Two people were burned alive by angry Christians that took to the streets after the blasts. Mob was taking mobile video during beating and burning two suspects. Police tried to control the situation but remained fail. After the blasts, police detained two suspects from the nearby and shifted them to police vehicle when a group of charged youngsters got hold of them. Angry mob started thrashing the two suspects. After beating them severely, the mob set them on fire. Their charred remains were later found at the site. The police also registered two FIRs - one against Taliban militants and the other against those responsible for burning two "suspects" who were detained after the blasts. Punjab police arrested 17 suspects in connection with the Taliban suicide attacks. One of the two victims identified Hafiz Naeem, a glass worker. Victim’s body badly damaged by angry Christians and burned alive. Angry mob shouted aloud and capturing video by their mobiles while beating and burning two suspects. A man, Muhammad Saleem filed an application at Police Station; saying that one of the two victims burned alive by an angry mob following the twin church blasts on Sunday was his brother Hafiz Naeem. Victim worked as a glass cutter and he went for window glass work a house located in Youhanabad. Commenting on the killing, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said “Killing someone on the basis of suspicion is inhumane. No one has the right to take the law into their own hands.†After the terrorist attacks, spark riots and violence spread in the surrounding of locality.


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