Koi hai jo mujhe insaaf dilaye?


ye koi pehli baar nahi hoa hai. aisa pehlay bhi ho chuka hai. masoom ladkyon ko unn kay susraalon mein matti ka tail phaik kar jalaya gaya hai. ye hamaray maasharay ka aik ginhona pehloo hai. waqt guzar hi jata hai aur hum log baatein bhi bohat jaldi bhool jatay hain. waisay hum log batein kartay bhi bohat hain. aur kaam kum hi hota hai idhar.

kitni takleef-de maut hoee ho gi, jab Asima ko uss ki saas aur uss kay jaitth nay tail phaikk kar aag laga dee. asima moqa-e-waardaat par to nahi jaan-behaq huee, par 11 din tak patel hospital mein siskiyan lay lay kay, maut say jang laddti rahi aur akhir, dum torr diya. asima ki umer sirf 22 saal batayee gaye hai. 22 saal, kya umer hoti hai? karachi mein kaafi tur ladkyan 22 saal ki umer mein universities mein hoti hai. hassnay khelnay kay din. pyar bhari masoom si zindagi.

muzaffar sahab par kya beeti ho gi. asima ki paidaish kay waqt, ye to unn kay khayal-o-gumaan mein bhi nahi ho ga kay woh apni ankhon say, apni masoom beti ki takleef-de maut dekhein gay. imaandari ki baat hai, agar mein unn ki jaga hota, to uss haram ki ***** saas aur kameenay jaitth ko iss say bhi zada dard-bhari maut deta. hala-kay meri asima say koi zaati jaan pehchaan nahi, par qasam khuda ki, dil karta hai kay, unn bay-sharam bay-ghairat logon kay sath bohat bura sulook kiya jaye, jinhon nay iss masoom ki jaan li. wehshi darinday…

sochnay ki salaihat, khatam ho jati hai .. aisi baatein sunn kar. jihalat, intolerance .. in sab ki kitni kami hai hamaray mulk mein. aur phir hum apnay ap ko musalmaan kehtay hain. laanat hai.

hum muzaffar sahab ki kya madat kar saktay hein? tasalli day saktay hein. unn kay liye koi sifarish, ya paisay jama kar kay koi bohat acha wakeel kar saktay hain.. kya kuch aisa kar saktay jiss say asima wapis aa jaye? i just dont understand kay, koi kaisay kisi ko itni nafrat kar sakta hai kay uss ko aag laga day. i mean if you dont like your daughter-in-law, just tell your son to divorce her, why is there a need to burn her so brutally? it just dont make sense to me. beyond my comprehension.

abhi jang mein news aye hai, 2 din, 4 din, aik hafta, log bhool jayen gay is kahani ko. kisi aur jagah, kisi aur ghar mein, aik aur asima ko jalaya jaye ga, aur hum log tamasha dekhtay rahein gay. chupp behtay rahein gay. jab koi molvi ko mara jata hai to, hartaalein hoti hain, hangamay hotay hain .. aisay waqton par molvi kyon khamosh hain. kesc kay khilaaf protests hoti hain, if they fail to give electricity for a while.. kya bijjli ka hona kisi masoom ki zindagi say zada ehem hai? police to bhool jao, judiciary bhi choro, where are the damned NGOs?

just ask yourself. can you in your wildest freaking dreams imagine yourself (if you are a girl) or your sister daughter in place of asima? No ways, no bloody ways. not even in my wildest dreams. but if we don’t stop this from happening, this plague can reach our doors.

Allah muzaffar sahab aur unn ki ehlia ko himmat aur hosla dein iss lanat say laddnay kay liye.

News Source: Jang.com.pk

28 Comments so far

  1. Dee (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 9:02 am

    At this very moment i am so mad that i cant even type.There is everyone to blame and cursed that includes girls parents, inlaws, our judicial system and society.Things just dont go wrong in a day.Why the hell they didnt ask their daughter to leave that house?.Why cant we as our soicety give a woman right to live with her dignity if she choose to take divorce.Who the hell are we to question her characther when God gave her right to do that.Yes, we deserve this to see our daughters burnt alive coz we dont teach our sons to respect their sisters, mothers and wives.To hell with NGOs and to hell with us.

  2. Sufi (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 9:13 am

    dee, theres so many wrongs in the society, its crazy. and its getting worst. the effects of watching stupid indian soap dramas, bloody egos, jihalat, apathy on the part of the public.. its not even funny whats going on.
    i love my city and i have never been a pessimist, but thats the reality. inflation, crime, lack of justice, intolerance, lack of ethics, immorality, corruption at the grass root levels.. looks like we are going back to the primitive times.

    azab-e-elahi :(

  3. Keep Walking! (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 10:09 am

    I don’t have words. Yes, we know it happens and we ignore such news in the papers but whenever we read a bit, we ask for more and then the end result is anger! I am mad at the moment on everything and everyone. May God give us some direction. Amen

  4. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 10:25 am

    Then we men are blamed for every cruel thing in society. The respected old man should ask Mr.Dictator that how new Women “Protection” Bill is going to resolve this issue. Yes he should!. The women right activists should also come out on roads and chant “Insaaf Insaaf”.

  5. SWA (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 11:12 am

    Awwal: Latini Urdu mein post likhney par shabaash. Hamein apni zabaan mein bhi likhna chahiyey. English mein Urdu likhney mein koi harj nahi.

    Doum: Iss muaashrey ki sab se bari kharabi bey-talimi hai. Agar humaree hukoomat taaleem per ziyada tawwajjah daynay lagay, to aadhi kharabian to is mulk se khudee khatam ho jaein gee.

  6. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 11:44 am

    Latini Urdu? I think you mean Roman Urdu and I don’t know what’s the relation of Romans and Urdu. Can someone tell me?

  7. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 11:45 am


  8. ash (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 12:00 pm

    Thanks adnan for once again showing us inside the mind of a heartless chauvanist. A women was burnt. Now lets blame women activists and the people who reversed the draconian “freedom for rapists” law. Thank you for being angry at the killers who did this to her and the backward elements of society that enable them

  9. mansoor (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 1:49 pm

    sufi: mera bhee kuch aisa haal hojaata hai aise khabar parh kar.. sochnay kee salaiyat waqai khatam hojaate hia!! larki pasand nahi aate, to wapis mehkay bhej do!!! jalanay mein kya rakha hai!? bhar mein jaayein aise kaum, aise loag aur aisa maashra! “agar mein unn ki jaga hota, to uss haram ki ***** saas aur kameenay jaitth ko iss say bhi zada dard-bhari maut deta” echoed my thoughts

    adnan: Writing urdu in english is called Roman Urdu, because the English language uses the Roman Script as its alphabets.

  10. Atonement (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 2:05 pm

    There are two choices:

    1. Get angry, be angry, remain angry
    2. Remind the lawyers and judges-to-be, i.e. the students of law etc. in our society that THIS is why they are getting their education: to provide justice. What happens during the education process is that our abba ji’s and chacha ji’s tell us: “beta, yahan par zyada paisa hai.” It’s all about the money. The main theme of the story is not the crime itself, but the absence of justice. Justice comes from a judicial system. Judicial system is made up of people – lawyers, attorneys, judges… These, in turn, come from the educational system.

    A close relative of mine was involved in a case a couple of years ago which started because someone didn’t take time to read a document properly and his name was implicated in a Karachi case when he was actually posted outside the city (govn service). In the ombudsman’s office, once again, no one seemed to have a grasp of the law. Finally, he fought his own case and won. All the time, no one who signed on a document they hadn’t read took any responsibility or expressed any shame.

    When I reda this news this morning, my feeling was that we ought to educate our young *now* about their future responsibilities. In my school and college life, not even ONCE did any teacher or institute itself ever showed us the big picture and told us this is where we needed. In the country’s best schools, I have seen students languishing for a sense of purpose.

    Moral of the comment: let the anger be for the helpless. The educated, the privileged, WE – we need to move from anger to action.

  11. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 2:44 pm

    If “Women Protection Bill” is all about rape issues but not other issues with Pakistani Women then it shouldn’t be labelled as “Protection” bill to fool Women of this state. That is other thing that new law talks nothing to give punishment to rapist. Better go and read the law first rather criticizing others to hide ignorance.

    The “Woman” was burnt by another “Woman”. This is the fact which shouldn’t be ignored. As long as law is not respected more than a powerful man, we would keep hearing violence against women as well as against men

  12. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 2:55 pm

    I knew that some lamer would come up and relate my reply with chauvinism. Similar post was made few months back on this forum and everyone[mostly women] at that time was excited to blame “men” for that accident. It’s too hard to digest reality. *sigh*

  13. Ejaz (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 3:41 pm

    To be mad, angry, and sad are the normal responses of normal individuals over such news. However, we start blaming outer sources. There are some things in the society others are responsible for (let us go with the idea) but for a scenario like this we are responsible.

    What happens to our loved ones is not the question but why and how it happens is a question demanding answers. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan said education and core training both go side by side. What is the core training in the case of roles of girls (females) and boys (males) in our society? Do we follow the teaching of Islam? Do our daughters know exactly what their role should be in the society?


    We have our own versions for the female role. Wherever we feel weak to face the reality we dig out an excuse and draw a term to roll out a rule (Fatwa) nobody should dare to talk about. And laggard follow it blindfolded. They say “Baity, ab susral se marr kar hi nikalna”, Asma bhi marr kar nikli, afsose kis baat ka hai, uss ne tou laaj rakhi maan baap ki.

    Parents, especially mothers, play an instrumental role in carrying these obnoxious ideas and pass them on to their daughters. There are two approaches to learning I would call instructional and imitative. Parents here are using both approaches to teach what they shouldn’t. We need ‘jihad’ here to change these practices and teach what is correct and let people know what Qura’n says without any biasness.

    As Dee said, they can’t dare to leave the man and home making her life a hell, because she is made dependent.

  14. K G (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 6:09 pm

    @ SWA
    education or no education is not the reason for doing such acts,blaming any politician or MEN of this society is not the answer,first of all we all are HUMANS ..what i donot understand that how could a HUMAN becomes so cruel,INSAN KO SAB SE AFZAL BANAGYA HAE..ASHRAF-UL MAKHLOKATT..hum sab se pehle INSAN HAE ..THEN COME OTHER THINGS..jab dil se dard khatam hojae to insan aur janwar mae koi faraq nahee rehtaa…ppl say ke QAYAMAT aane wale hae..but i think qayamt daily aate hae ..kisi ase bad naseeb ke ghar per jo apne hi jase ik INSAN ke zulm ka shikar hota hae.

  15. SS (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 7:07 pm

    I may find helpless while while not present in the city but am sure that people like you with personal contacts or influences in the city can have this story followed up in the court of law and wake those people up. Also if possible have these comments from Metroblog-Karachi, published in The News in response to their published story.

    We need to assemble together for this good cause and do not rely upon the already sleeping institutions/organizations of this beautiful city of Karachi. We the citizen of Karachi cannot and must not tolerate such irresponsible behavior of country’s judiciary system and fight for this injustice to the best of our abilities. Such action will ponder others to start thinking about the issue and that would already be the step in the right direction in educating and brain storming for others. I do feel that every one is in favor of putting a stop to this non-sense.

    This is nothing but a test for all of us. We must fight this case by all possible means i.e. through print/electronic media, telephone calls, community discussions etc. in having the perpetuators brought to justice. May Allah help us all.

  16. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 7:18 pm

    SS, the story was taken from a newspaper hence millions of people would have read it. People don’t trust police and judiciary system so why can you force them to come forward? what I can suggest that someone should guide this person and show him the way to reach to Zia Awan advocate. Right now he’s the best choice for such cases and he has already won such cases in past.

  17. SWA (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 11:03 pm

    @ K G: Insan ko agar buray or acchay ki tameez na ho, to woh har tarah ke kaam kar sakta hai. Humaray muashray mein logon ko apney jazbaat par qaboo karna nahi aata. Ziayada tar log samajh ke bajaay jazbat mein faislay kartay hain. Jab aisa mahol aur unparh awam ko saath mein mila diya jaey, to aisi he khabarain parhnay ko milain gee.

    Mazay ki baat to yeh hai ke hum log mashreq ke khilaaf har waqt ehtajaaj kar rahe hotay hain, magar mashreq ke log hum se kaheen ziyada khush asloob or insaaf-parast hotay hain. Abhee is khabar ke liyay humari koi Islami party nay kuch nahi kaha! Yeh Islaam nahi hai kiya keh hum muashrey main aisi cheezon ke khilaaf jaddo-jehed karein??

  18. BBC (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 11:14 pm
  19. K G (unregistered) on December 8th, 2006 @ 11:52 pm

    @ SWA,jazbat apne jaga,unpardh hona apne jagaa ,magar kisi ko ko is had tak takleef paunchana ,is ka talluk insan ke apne mind se hae..aapne aksar educated logon ke bhi cases sune hoge..aksar educated log bhi apni wives ko torture kerte hae..iam sure ase 1000 cases hongae..i personally know one case where a husband brutally beated his wife,and he is a doctor (no kidding) .

  20. K G (unregistered) on December 9th, 2006 @ 12:00 am

    But i do agree with you that EDUCATION is very important..and half of the problems are due to lack of education..and yes we just like to criticize west ,but we never learn anything positive from them .

  21. wasiq (unregistered) on December 9th, 2006 @ 8:22 am

    thanks GOD the karachi time on this KMB page is back again…..its 8:22 am

  22. teebee (unregistered) on December 9th, 2006 @ 8:53 am

    by reading all whats written above, it has brought a very enthusiastic feeling inside to do something for helpless and under priviliged people. everyone has his or her own view on who is to blame and what should be done. against injustice and wrong doings i can only recall of oen dialouge from rang de basanti, when aamir khan saya, “zindagi jeenay ke do hi tareeqay hotay hain, jo horaha hai usay chup chap bardasht kartay raho, ya phir zimidari uthao usko badalnay ki” i think, starting from me (inshallah i will) one should do as much as possible in his or her capacity to fight against injustice and for the betterment of the society. i think we are educated enough to take reasonable steps in our capacities that would help creating an awareness in the society of what is right and what is wrong. i dont mean it by only expressing your feelings, one should have a more practical approach for an example, one should talk to their, drivers, housekeepers, gatekeepers, etc about humanism, about teachings of islam, about how to live in society, on should discuss with them how do they live and what problems do they face in their society, because it is more common in poor, uneducated and under previliged class of people from where all these unjustified activities begin. the reasons are simple, very simple indeed, lack of education, no proper means of earning money, jealousy, inflation, everything you know… i dont have to mention.. everyone knows.. all these things create such circumstances where one loses his control over mind and throws out his frustration on weaks or anyone they feel like..

    these stories are written, read, and forgotten. it has become a part of life. everyday you read in dawn that today xx number of cars and xx number of cell phones got snatched.. but at the end of the day who cares.. everyone knows it happens and it will happen and it can happen to us as well but no one thinks of it until they personally experience it. people are really carefree. one should think about life seriously.. this is no joke. i think one has to come out of the box to face the reality. obviously if you are given the same news everyday, than you would be like ok.. whatever.. people should change their attitude including me..

    let us all make dua for all the helpless and needy people in pakistan and everywhere that allah may help them and provide us with enough courage and mental/physical abilities to do our best for the bettermet of the society!
    ameen! – summa ameen !!

  23. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 9th, 2006 @ 12:38 pm

    KG, I don’t know what do you mean by EDUCATION here but most of honour killing cases actually happen in educated families where an EDUCATED man abuse some woman in his family.

  24. ash (unregistered) on December 9th, 2006 @ 12:48 pm

    As usual adnan you are way off base. Honor killings are a lot more prevalent in rural settings with uneducated people.

  25. Alisha (unregistered) on December 9th, 2006 @ 2:13 pm

    Thanks for posting this and bringing it to our minds, if we Can’t do anything, like me sitting here in USA at least we can pray for these trobled souls for peace in the rest of thier lives and after life, if if we all say a prayer fro them we are helping them, We cant deny the power of prayer, it is sad and heart breaking but not the last time we will be coming across such a cruel face of humanity. .I hope the mother in law and the bastard son rots in hell

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  27. turab (unregistered) on December 10th, 2006 @ 4:04 am

    I think adnan doesn’t know what Honour Killing means…. abusing a wife is not honour killing

  28. Jamal Shamsi (unregistered) on December 13th, 2006 @ 8:21 pm

    I read it after many days.

    It took me great courage to write now., and am still shivering with the rage,.

    Education or no Education – WE MUSLIMS are not to ILL_TREAT ANY WOMEN under no circumstances. PERIOD.

    WE HAVE OUTCLASSED & OUTCASTED the native arabs who use to bury their females soon after birth.

    The Only reason Holy Prophet (PBUH) was (sent) born in Arab was to bring them out of darkness and put an end to human abuse. Before HIM (PBUH) ARABS were the most backward heartless nation on face of earth. They never lived in peace, and their generations were involved in enemity, sectarian and tribal division to keep control on people.

    Over the cross roads of Millenium, FOR US Pakistanis, am sure there will be no reformer / no prophet coming from Almighty BUT – AZAB of ALLAH.

    DO we need another earthquake or shall we wait for a ‘SONAMI’ [Tsunami] to flood the INDUS Upstream to KALAM Valley

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