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Slain police officer Chaudhry Aslam Khan and his two colleagues Sub-Inspector Mohammad Kamran and Constable Farhan Ahmed who were killed in a Taliban bombing were laid to rest in Karachi on Friday in a funeral attended by relatives, politicians and high-ranking officials.

Government officials and comrades carry the coffin of police officer Chaudhry Aslam during his funeral in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
Government officials and comrades carry the coffin of police officer Chaudhry Aslam during his funeral in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
Government and security officials offer the funeral prayer for Chaudhry Aslam and his two slain colleagues in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
Government and security officials offer the funeral prayer for Chaudhry Aslam and his two slain colleagues in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
Policemen pay tribute alongside the coffins of police officer Chaudhry Aslam and his two slain colleagues during the funeral in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
Policemen pay tribute alongside the coffins of police officer Chaudhry Aslam and his two slain colleagues during the funeral in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
People attend the funeral of police investigator Chaudhry Aslam in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AP
People attend the funeral of police investigator Chaudhry Aslam in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AP
Policemen pay tribute alongside the coffins of police officer Chaudhry Aslam and his two slain colleagues during the funeral in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
Policemen pay tribute alongside the coffins of police officer Chaudhry Aslam and his two slain colleagues during the funeral in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AFP
People load coffin containing the body of police investigator Chaudry Aslam in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AP
People load coffin containing the body of police investigator Chaudry Aslam in Karachi, Jan 10, 2014. — AP

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Khaled Jan 11, 2014 04:46pm

Hope Imran Khan and the likes of him get the time to view these photographs, it just might change their opinion a teeny weeny about the Taliban. Meanwhile it is requested that the bereaved family be consoled by the Taliban sympathizers and the terrorist condemned, if that is not asking too much.

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azam Jan 12, 2014 06:30am

Imran Kham would you like to undermine the suprime sacrifice of Malik Aslam and Aitezaz Hussain Shaheed.You want to save your own soul

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sri1 Jan 13, 2014 02:04am

@Khaled: Why would the family want to be consoled by the TTP and other extremists who were completely against all the the brave and courageous Aslam Khan stood for? One of the rare, self-sacrificing patriots (I would call true Martyr) that everyone in Pakistan ought to be proud of.

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