Bhatti’s soul yet to find justice


A speical anti-terrorism court (ATC) Monday has extended the physical remand of Hammad Adil for another three days in Shahbaz Bhatti murder case.

As per details, accused Hammad Adil has confessed that his accomplices Tanvir Abdul Sittar and Abdullah were involved in killing of the former minister for minorities.

He said they monitored all the situation outside Shahbaz Bhatti’s residence on March 1, 2011.

The accused further stated that next day he intercepted the minister’s car while Abdul Sittar and Abdullah sprayed bullets on his vehicle.

He revealed that he met both suspects in Wana and received training there.

Federal Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti had been assassinated in broad daylight on March 2, 2011 in an ambush in the I-8/3 sector area of the capital.

At the time of the attack he was alone, without any security.


  1. What is so special about Bhatti? More important persons have lost their lives and are still losing.If his own government at that time did not do anything why should this incompetent regime do it.

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