Pakistan: Anger after honour killing of the Qandeel Baloch
Karachi, Pakistan – star of social media Qandil Pakistani Balushi, who was known for her bold posts,
and killing, and was told by her brother.
Al Jazeera told police on Saturday that the father of the Baloch,
Mohammad Azim, has filed a case against his son, the great and handsome.
The father also testified against another of his sons,
who works in the army, reportedly encouraged his brother to carry out the killing.
Both sons have gone missing.
He was handsome in the family home in Multan when he died Balushi,
who was a great Fawzia real name.
A noble Ghazzanfar spokeswoman Punjab police:
“We hope that the killer will be found soon,
and will follow legal procedures.”
Ghazzanfar He added that the post-initial death showed that the nose-old and 26-year-old mouth may suspend the closure before her death, and blocked her airway.
Ghazzanfar said they did Contrary to earlier reports, strangled.
Said Fasi Zaka, a provider radio Al-Jazeera programs:
“Most of the people exposed to the soul, and what was different about them is that she was from a poor background did all this alone are much more.
Kim Kardashian, I went against the norms of society – and went on to do what she wanted , according to their own conditions. ”
He condemned the mufti Naim, purses, vocal cleric who often appears on television, and was killed.
“It was her personal life work, and killing one person haram [not permissible in Islam],” he told Al Jazeera. “We must punish the brother – and we could not be any more killing in the name of honor.”
Said Sherry Rehman, a lawyer member of the Senate and explicit the rights of women and minorities: “Assuming that is likely to be arrested the brother of Qandil Baloch and punished for murder because of the high-level [nature] in this case, the fact remains that the main right-wing government is sitting on vital amendments in the Code of Criminal procedure that Pakistan would not allow justice to be privatized for crimes against women. ”
A protest in Lahore and Karachi were held.
Natasha said Ansari, who helped organize the event Karachi, media should behave more responsibly when covering stories about the Baloch. “In a country where life is easily in danger, and the media has a responsibility to protect them rather than making the tabloid issues out of them.”
“She was killed because she said and did things that made people feel uncomfortable and angry,” said Erum Haider, born in Karachi and PhD student at Georgetown University. “We see that there is no value to the lives of women if she does not live in a certain way … within the limits of what is expected conservative society patriachal of you. We are here to protest against it.”
He said the appeal Kermani, who teaches sociology at the Lahore University: “[The] woman who lived life on her own terms that they were not scared … it was fun, loud, bold brash and beautiful – we would like to block out those voices that you think they deserve it because of the way he behaved. “