Farah Dogar’s Murder in MalaysiaBy Guest Blogger • Apr 15th, 2012 • Category: Politics • 10 Comments
The world needs to know about the gruesome honour killing of Farah Dogar at the hands of her father. The blight of honour killing needs to end.
The ex-Chief Justice of Pakistan Abdul Hameed Dogar had tried to kill her daughter Farah Dogar because of her marriage with Zeeshan, however, she survived. Her brother rushed her out of Pakistan to USA for immediate treatment. They had to stop-over at Kuala Lumpur airport where Farah’s condition worsened. She was rushed to the hospital and while in Malaysia she submitted her statement to the police that her father was responsible if she were to die and stated that her father had tried to kill her. She died next day and her father who had followed her to Kuala Lumpur was arrested.
At this point the High Commission of Pakistan in Malaysia came into full swing and Chief Justice Dogar’s long time friend at the High Commission went beyond any call of duty to ensure Dogar’s return to Pakistan.
Was someone paid a very handsome amount at the Pakistani High Commission to do “un-official” work related to this murder? Were the employees of the Pakistani High Commission threatened to not to speak to anyone about this murder? Is there any law in Malaysia or Pakistan which prevents the employees of Government of Pakistan from discussing a murder? May be the only way for the truth to come out is if asylum is promised for the whistleblower?
By Saadia Ashraf Through Email
PS. TPS cannot verify the authenticity of the information.