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Pakistan police are accused of illegally killing hundreds of suspects a year. Is this a humanitarian crisis?

  • Yes, illegal killing of suspects is a humanitarian crisis.

    If suspects in Pakistan are truly being killed by police as the accusation states, there is no question in my mind that would be deemed a humanitarian crisis. The wrongful death of even one suspect would be an outrage to me but if this has occurred multiple times, I feel the term crisis fits.

  • Yes, this is a humanitarian crisis as a country needs to be able to trust its police.

    If the Pakistan police are illegally killing suspects in these numbers each year then this unnecessary loss of life should be seen as a humanitarian crisis. The people of Pakistan needs to be able to trust their law enforcement officer to behave in a trustworthy manner. If this is not happening, then the police will feel they can get away with anything and the situation will surely worsen.

  • Yes, Pakistan police illegally killing hundreds of suspects a year is a humaniatrian crisis.

    Yes, Pakistan police illegally killing hundreds of suspects a year is a humaniatrian crisis. COming from a country where citizens are (allegedly, depending on your cultural background and socio-econimic status) innocent until proven guilty, killing someone who is just a suspect is immoral and should be illegal. Everyone should have the right to a fair trial, and then punishment should be doled out.

  • Yes, it is.

    Rights activists have blamed Pakistani police for staging raids to kill suspects they fear could be freed if tried in a court.Pakistan launched a countrywide campaign against militancy called the National Action Plan in 2015 after a deadly Taliban attack on a Peshawar school killed more than 150 people, mostly children.

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