یکم اپریل 2016 عدالت نے سیالکوٹ میں مغیث شہید اور منیب شہید کو سرعام تشدد کرکے قتل کرنے والے 7 مجرموں کے ڈیتھ وارنٹ جاری کردئیے جس کےتحت مجرمان کو 8 اپریل کو تختہ دار پر لٹکایا جائے گا
Mughees and Muneeb Butt were two Pakistani brothers who were lynched by mob on August 15, 2010 in Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan. The brothers were killed, hung, and mutilated in Sialkot with the support of local police and Rescue 1122.
The lynching was witnessed by a crowd of people including nine police officials who apparently offered no resistance. The brutal killing of two brothers was recorded by some of the witness, which was later broadcast by the media. The two brothers were accused of robbery, dacoity, and murder. A judicial inquiry found that the boys had been innocent of the charges and that police officers present at the scene of the crime had failed to stop the attack. According to an investigative report by Director General of Anti-Corruption, Kazim Malik, police officials present at the crime scene encouraged the killing of the brothers.
Shams Ali, one of the accused involved in the killing, claimed that he carried out the murders at the behest of the former District Police Officer of Sialkot, Waqar Chauhan.
Mughees Butt (17) and Muneeb Butt (15) were residents of Haji Pura, Sialkot.