A 17-year-old boy was subjected to a brutal knife attack over a small dispute and left to die in Quetta. The victim Jibran Agha was brutally killed in Quetta on 28 May. The culprit stabbed him with a knife and plunged it in his throat and left him to die.
Another unfortunate case another hashtag
Recently, we have come across uncountable cases where people demand justice for the deceased against powerful entities. Their beloved’s memory turns into a dying hashtag on social media.
For instance, Jibran is another poor soul who lost his life over a petty issue while his family unknowingly awaited for his safe return like any other day.
— Pooja what is this behavior? (@Obaid_Atique) May 30, 2020
According to reports, Hubair Kakar stabbed Jibran. The accused is a young guy belonging to an influential family. Kakar was allegedly drunk and high on drugs when he stabbed Jibran.
While Jibran’s family mourns their young son’s untimely death the accused is roaming carefree in the world.
‘Make an example out of them’
Similarly, actress Mahira Khan also took to social media to raise voice for the departed soul and demand justice for Jibran and his family.
She tagged Prime Minister Imran Khan and Minister of Human Rights Shireen Mazari in her strong-willed tweet.
Make an example out of them!! Those who think they can get away with just about anything. Don’t let them! @ShireenMazari1 @ImranKhanPTI #justiceforjibran
Kitni aankhen soeiyn gi
Kitney chehrey mar jaengey
Har sawal ka jawab
Ehtesab bas ehtesab.
— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) May 31, 2020
Twitteraties also demand #JusticeForJibran
Twitter is up and arms about the barbaric murder of Jibran. People all over are demanding that strict measures to be taken to catch the culprit and serve justice to the grieving family.
#justiceforjibran My sweet nephew was murdered by Hubair Kakar who belongs to influential family. Jibran is no more with us may His soul RIP but what scares me is that the killer is still roaming like he has done nothing. He should have been behind the bars as soon as possible pic.twitter.com/rzb6c4HXBk
— Asmat Agha (@AsmatAgha) May 29, 2020
— Shahjahan Khilji (@KhiljiShahjahan) May 30, 2020
The young Lad, Shaheed Syed Jibran Khan that lost his life with a knife to his throat. It was Jibran today could be your brother tomorrow. Will you rejoice for justice then? #justiceforjibran #governmentofpakistan pic.twitter.com/xOfWtu9JFx
— 𝐒𝐚𝐫𝐝𝐚𝐫 𝐀𝐮𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐳𝐞𝐛 𝐃𝐮𝐫𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐢 (@Auuzzie1) May 29, 2020
Let’s seek justice for jibran Khan who was brutally killed last night near to PSO PUMP zarghoon road quetta, let’s make a Trend #Justiceforjibran. I even don’t know who is he but still my heart cry’s 😭 Idk what happening on his parent. Don’t forget to hastag #justiceforjibran pic.twitter.com/jTHyEBQpfg
— Khalid Hameed Kurd (@askhalidsays) May 28, 2020
— Casper Wordsborn 📚🏳️🌈 (@wordsbornn) May 30, 2020
Most importantly, the dead cannot cry out for justice it is the duty of living to do so. The unfortunate soul departed the world in pain. It is now in the hands of our judicial system and government to make sure he gets justice.
Moreover, we see the ‘common man vs powerful people’ debate rise like never before after countless such cases of injustice and entitled behavior came to light.
Meanwhile, the Balochistan government and the center are yet to say a word on the matter. The people of Balochistan always feel neglected by the government as well as media when it comes to helping them over such incidents.
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