BEATDOWN… Another Former Pakistani Minister Clubbed By Opposition

IT’S PAYBACK TIME IN PAKISTAN…
The new government is excited about taking over in Pakistan.
But, before kicking things off, the new majority has decided to kick the snot out of some former ministers.

(Dawn)
On Tuesday, another former minister was savagely beaten in Lahore.
Lawyers beat former federal minister for parliamentary affairs Dr Sher Afgan Niazi with clubs, eggs and tomatoes as he tried to escape from a plaza:

The lawyers in Pakistan pummeled another former minister with clubs, tomatoes and eggs yesterday in Lahore.
The minister former federal minister for parliamentary affairs Dr Sher Afgan Niazi was afraid he would be killed in the attacks.
The Daily Times reported:

Several lawyers thrashed former federal minister for parliamentary affairs Dr Sher Afgan Niazion Tuesday, as he tried to escape from a plaza in which lawyers had trapped him for more than five hours.

Hundreds of lawyers wielding clubs, tomatoes, shoes and rotten eggs refused to listen to the pleas of Aitzaz Ahsan, Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) president, and Anwar Kamal, Lahore High Court Bar Association president, to cease violence.

The lawyers’ unprovoked attack on Niazi, a heart patient, continued even after an ambulance was called to rescue him from the mob…

The lawyers beleived they had sufficient reason to attack Niazi. He said that Niazi had opposed the lawyers’ movement during his tenure, had tried to defend President Pervez Musharraf by wrongly interpreting the Constitution, and had made contemptuous remarks against the sacked judges.

This weekend former provincial government chief Arbab Ghulam Rahim was beaten during the provincial assembly… twice.

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