MITHI: The officials of the security company hired by a mining firm in Tharparkar were freed from a sub-jail in Mithi.
Kashif Raza and Qamar Abbas, who had been booked in a murder case of Dodo Bheel, were freed on Friday evening after their bail applications were accepted by the district additional judge on Thursday.
The accused soon after their release from the sub-jail were greeted and garlanded by their relatives and supporters and both accused without facing any guilt or remorse of their so far ‘unproven crime’ posed in jubilant manner for their photographs outside the jail in Mithi on Friday evening.
The accused got off the hook after giving the huge amount to the family of the victim, who had lost his life due to intense torture during his detention.
Both the accused were granted bail after the relatives of the murdered Dodo Bheel had pardoned them after an out of the court settlement was brokered by the infuential figures including the PTI leaders from Tharparkar few days back.
Aalim Bheel, the complainant of the murder FIR had informed both the court and media persons that they had pardoned the accused after they proposed to give Rs 10 million as a blood-money and other fulfilling preconditions.
The people from different walks of life strongly condemned the actions of the accused after they were freed adding they said that posing for pictures with garlands was a cruel joke and an uncalled for gesture by the freed accused for all family members of the victim and other people of Tharparkar.
Bheem Raj Manjani, Advocate Ghulam Mustafa Hingorjo, Subhan Samejo, Advocate Leelaram and other activists took to the social with pictures of the accused and lashed out at them and those, who had pressured the family members of the Dodo Bheel to make the patch-up with such accused persons, who according to them, had no mannerism and morality even after they were pardoned for the sake of blood-money and other preconditions.
They also bashed the local people, who were seen garlanding and greeting the accused soon after they stepped out of the sub-jail.