A journalist’s unfortunate killing
Sir: The unfortunate killing of Saleem Shahzad seems to be an episode straight out of a mystery story. The only difference is that normally the sleuths have to find evidence of who the real killers are, whereas here the killers are known – or almost known – to be those who had issued a threat just a few days before the actual crime. This shows how stupid they are in their dealings and manner in which they dispose of their targets. Furthermore, that the accused have provided no convincing argument to clarify their name must surely mean something: that they are to be completely blamed, a fact that compels us to loath them all the more for their unintelligent and dim-witted tactics that bring the entire nation a bad name.
Source: Daily Times