Hammad Raza – Target Killing?

Widow of Hammad Raza, the deceased additional registrar of Supreme Court of Pakistan, has said that his husband is a victim of target killing by the state. Shabana Hammad told BBC that 2 persons entered their house in Sector G-10/2 of Islamabad and were looking for Hammad Raza.

She has categorically rejected that persons entered were dacoit. Killers knocked at the bedroom, when door was opened they instantally killed Hammad Raza and within a minute or two they were gone.

Hammad Raza belonged to the District Management Group (DMG) of Civil Services of Pakistan. Hammad Raza was one of the main persons who were interrogated by agencies to find any evidence to support the notorious reference against Chief Justice of Pakistan, Mr. Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary.

Shabana Hammad, who is british nationlist have also sought help from British High Commission in Islamabad.

Justice (R) Tariq Mehmood, a lawyer representing Chief Justice of Pakistan, has said that Hammad Raza was an important cogent evidence of Chief Justice of Pakistan. He also said that government agencies were pressurising Hammad Raza to say anything that goes against Chief Justice of Pakistan but he refused to do so.

Last night, Hammad was buried in graveyard of Lahore.

Courtesy: BBC Urdu Service

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One Response to Hammad Raza – Target Killing?

  1. atta says:

    MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE.

    doest the govt. agencies have any conciuos, they are working for Pakistan or for a single person. this terrosit activity is target killing, and the police denial strengthens the idea the Police is directly involved in it.
    Such a shamefull action conducted only to give the CJP a message, the have taken the live of a son, father and husban.
    dont they realize ultimately the have to face GOD on the day of judgement, what will they do then.
    i u or this this htnens ngle person

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