British family violently attacked by & # 39; land mafia & # 39; in Pakistan
British family turns up at their home in Pakistan and is only brutally beaten and shot at by a crowd of & # 39; land grabbers & # 39; who occupy the premises illegally
- British attacked with sticks and gunshots in Mastala, Gujar Khan, Pakistan
- A member of the family can be seen with a bloody face after brutal abuse
- & # 39; Land mafia & # 39; focus on Pakistanis living abroad by squatting their home
- Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was elected last year, said he will act hard against & # 39; land mafia & # 39;
This is the moment when a British family was brutally beaten and shot at by a crowd of & # 39; land grabbers & # 39; who illegally occupy their home in Pakistan.
Footage shows about a dozen men pouring out of the building and attacking the unnamed family with sticks and even firing a gun at them.
The family, who can be heard with British accents, walks to the entrance of the building in the village of Mastala, Gujar Khan, where a tractor can be seen going to the entrance.
Members of the British family (left of the shot) can be seen with heavy blows from the land grabbers in Pakistan after they tried to take back their property
The family was furiously beaten by the & # 39; land mafia & # 39; and in the video recordings the sounds are heard
A family member can be seen here after being furiously beaten by the gangsters in Mastala, Gujar Khan, Pakistan
Family members can retire while the & # 39; land grabbers & # 39; beat their family with sticks and chase them. & # 39; Landroof & # 39; has become a serious problem in Pakistan, where local gangs will take over property from Pakistanis living abroad
Then about a dozen armed men run away without warning and the British men start abusing, who later maintained that they were just trying to talk to the squatters.
Chaos follows, because sticks are used to make nauseating blows to the men who withdraw quickly.
The sound of a gunshot sounds, and a man can be seen in the video that fires indiscriminately with a firearm.
While the British, wearing South Asian clothing, hurry back to a safe place, the woman hears the filming screaming: & # 39; Come in, come in! & # 39;
Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was elected last year, vowed to tackle the so-called Land Mafia
The woman, on the right in the photo, can be heard with a British accent and tells her relatives to enter when he starts bleeding from the brutal attack
The British family wearing a South Asian robe can be seen trying to stand up against the land grabbers but being overwhelmed
The camera then turns and sees one of the men bleeding heavily, and the panic woman films: & # 39; Please go inside, you are bleeding! & # 39;
Land grabbing is a big problem in Pakistan, where gangs that & # 39; land mafia & # 39; are called illegal possession.
Also known as the Qabza Mafia, they will focus on property of Pakistani living abroad and then having to endure years of bureaucracy through the legal system to wrestle control of their property.
The problem has been clear for years, with some leaders of these property gangs having links with prominent political parties in Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was elected last year, vowed to tackle the so-called Land Mafia.
On the left side of the screen you see a man dressed in turquoise indiscriminately shooting a gun in the crowd during a confrontation about land ownership between a British family and & # 39; Land Grabbers & # 39; in Mastala, Gujar Khan, Pakistan
The land grabbers can overwhelm the British family while the man in blue withdraws
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