Administration and Police

Administration and Police

 

Civil servants and police officials in Pakistan, as in most third world countries, are generally careerists; their chief goal is self-preservation. Human rights, absolute justice, fair administration and supporting the weak are rarely their priorities. They cater for the needs of their political masters in the federal and provincial capitals. When faced with a situation involving mullas and Ahmadis, they generally side with the mullas, as directed by the politicians in power. Also, often they adopt the worst explanation of a bad religious law.

 

Politicians are part of the higher tier of administration and are ultimately responsible for the deplorable situation of Ahmadis’ human rights in Pakistan.