Malik Ishaq Founder of LeJ & SSP Terrorist Organisations , with 2 Sons & 11 other accomplices Killed in encounter in Muzzaffargarh, Pakistan


Malik Ishaq KilledJNN 29 July 2015 LAHORE : Malik Ishaq, chief of banned Sectarian Terrorist outfit Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, his two sons Usman and Haq Nawaz, and 11 attackers were killed in an alleged exchange of fire with police personnel late on Tuesday night. Continue reading

LeJ Chief to be Released Today , Explosives Recovered from Lal Masjid associated Seminary


LeJ founder Malik IshaqJNN 24 Dec 2014 LAHORE: The leader of a banned sectarian Terrorist Group, Malik Ishaq is set to walk free from jail, officials said Tuesday, even as the government considers “radical changes” to tackle militancy & Terrorism after a Taliban school massacre. Continue reading

Lack of Evidence , Judicial Incompetence or Promotion of Terrorism


JNN 20 July 2011 : Just a couple of days back a Terrorist by the name of Malik Ishaq was released from jail. Malik Ishaq was accused not only of being the chief of the banned sectarian organization, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, but of killing 70 people (almost all Shias) in 44 separate instances of culpable homicide. Most recently, he was alleged to have been involved in the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team. Continue reading