KARACHI: Coordinator to Chief Minister Sindh for Human Rights Nadya Gabol has strongly condemned the bomb attack on a madarrsah at Orangi Town Karachi besides she has taken serious notice of a torturing incident on a woman by her husband in Sukkur. In a statement on Monday, expressing her deep sorrow and grief over the deaths and injuries caused by the explosion she said terrorist were targetting innocent people who had come to the madarsah for religious education, such people were open enemies of Islam and humanity. They are carrying out mindless massacres and terrorists’ acts to destabilise Pakistan.
Nadya Gabol said these kinds of brutal attacks were mean to create fear among students in order to keep away generation from education. She condemned the attack on journalist during the coverage of Orangi Town blast and told that it was a conspiracy hatched to malign facts and figures about the incidents to mislead the interrogation. She took serious notice of an incident of torturing on a women who married some four years ago and was kept in unlawful detention by her husband and in-laws. The incident took place in jurisdiction of B-Section police station Sukkur in which she was imprisoned, tied with chains and subjected brutality by her husband Nadeem and in-laws since her marriage, while her two years daughter Naiba was also kept in detention. She expressed apprehensions over the incidents of human rights violation in general and specially woman rights violation in Sindh. She said women were the part of the society and would continue to contribute their role in all walks of life without fear.