March 23, 2009

THE SNAKE IN THE GRASS

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ALI SUKHANVER

 

alisukhanwerOne night an unlucky son wrote a letter to his father from the death-cell, “Not even a single moment of peace calm and tranquility. Twinges of repentance and pangs of agony don’t let me wait for my death anymore ….I lost you, I lost everything. I am ending up my life.”  Next morning the jail staff found the dead body of the young man in the cell. The post –mortem reported that the young man had choked his breathing by blocking his nose and his mouth with his own hands. That is how the story of a young man Hatim Qureshi came to a tragic ending. He had killed his step-mother and injured his father few years back. It is said that the father could not bear the grief of his son’s suicide and died very soon.Read More »THE SNAKE IN THE GRASS