Pakistan News

January 4, 2011 by staff 

Pakistan News, Salman Taser was a 26th governor of Punjab Pakistan, He instated as governor in may 2008, The governor of the Pakistani province of Punjab, Salman Taser, was shot dead Tuesday in downtown Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. The politician was seriously injured and died later at a hospital in the area.

The Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik told reporters that the shooter was one of tasers own security guards. The man was arrested shortly afterwards and now a minister, according to the confession.

The assassination was carried out at around lunchtime Kohsar the luxury shopping mall, near the presidential palace. Taser (64) was shot as he left his car. Police officers were quickly on the spot and took the offender under fire. Other guards also fired Taser solved. Five people were wounded during the shooting. Pakistani TV channels showed footage of the bullet strikes damaged car of tasers and pools of blood next to the vehicle.

The Minister has said that the security guard has shot his Taser, because Pakistan’s blasphemy law a “black law” had called. The politician was known for his public stance against some controversial blasphemy laws. He was also an outspoken opponent of radical Islamic organizations, which in recent years have committed hundreds of attacks on dissidents in Pakistan. He focused his criticism more on the extremist Taliban movement.

The moderate Taser was a key member of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), the leading government party in the country in South Asia. Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari are also members of the center-left party.

The PPP seeks a way out of the crisis that arose Sunday when a coalition party from Pakistan’s government stepped. Thus the government lost its majority in parliament.

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