Naz goes on to say that the 8-year-old's rape and murder will once again initiate regret, investigation, committees, commission, inquiry and suo moto but, "the truth is that the girl does not need your justice".
Two protesters have been killed after the rape and murder of a young girl in Pakistan set off deadly riots and a worldwide call for justice across social media. She said that the whole of Pakistan was feeling the burden of one death, which had snatched away a child from her parents.
Four days after she was abducted, her body was reportedly found in a garbage pile in Kashmir Chowk area.
The hashtag #JusticeForZainab has been trending on social media as Pakistan residents express their outrage.
The grieving father said that police did not shoulder their responsibilities.
The injured have been shifted to the hospital for medical assistance whereas the security personnel are busy in dispersing the locals.
In a speech to thousands of mourners, he blamed the Punjab chief minister, Shahbaz Sharif, for failing to "protect lives and honuor of innocent girls" in the province.
Lawyers boycotted judicial proceedings at district bar in protest and demanded early action into the matter.More news: Tesco books steep rise in sales over Christmas
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"We want justice. We want the culprit to be brought in front of us".
Three police officers were arrested for opening fire on protesters instead of into the air.
"It appears as if the kidnapper is a local who developed familiarity with Zainab to take her along, probably telling her that he would take her to her parents", he said.
Being the twelfth such case over the past few years, police believe a serial rapist-murderer is stalking the children of Kasur.
Police say similar incidents appear to be taking place in Kasur with 12 girls murdered in the past two years.
'This is not the first time such horrific acts have happened.
Pakistani politician and ex-international cricket player Imran Khan also condemned the incident and said that the guilty must be punished "swiftly". "Those societies that can not protect its children are eternally condemned.Just presided over a meeting of police and administration officials".
The cleric is a staunch political rival of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League party and he has led violent rallies in the capital, Islamabad, since 2014 after eight of his supporters were killed in anti-government rallies in Lahore, Punjab's provincial capital.