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[Pictures] Protest Against the Killing in Karachi

Pictures from the protest by the civil society which was held to condemn the rampant killings in Karachi.

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Citizens against Karachi Violence – Press Conf & Rally – August 6th Sat 3:00pm

A group of citizens has met to discuss solutions to the city’s violence. On Saturday Aug 6 at 3pm a Press Conference which will be held at the Karachi Press Club which will be followed by a rally. Please join the Karachi Concerned Citizens and let our collective voice of protest be heard above the gunfire.

Press Conference & Rally by Citizens Against Karachi Violence
Location: Karachi Press Club
Date: 6th August 2011
Time: 3:00pm

Given below are solutions we hope to present at the Press Conference.

From: Karachi Concerned Citizens Forum

To: The President & Prime Minister of Pakistan of Pakistan

You represent the unity of the federation of Pakistan and, as such, must ensure that the federal as well as provincial governments deliver on commitments of the federation, the most important of them being the security of all its citizens.
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Jaag Meray Talib-e-Ilm, Students Protest Against Terrorism

Jaag Meray Taalib-e-IlmJaag Meray Talib-e-Ilm a group of students from various universities in Karachi gathered at Karachi Press Club on Saturday 24th October to protest against the Terrorism being vaged against the school students across the country.

Fasial Kapadia and I, as concerned citizens decided to join the protest and record short interviews for our Laidback Show of the students who showed up at the press club, despite an apparent scare in the surrounding area, I truly have no words to express when I saw the passion within the eyes of these youthful students, it did fill me to joy to see the youth of Pakistan ready to defy terrorism and willing to stand up for our Country.

The 6 minute short video says it all, note the passion with which each student conveys his message and I quite sure the last interview will definitely leave a lasting impression. They wrapped up the protest with a very energetic, a very passionate and a very loud, Pakistan Zindabad. — Pakistan Zindabad it shall be…..