OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - The release of Malik Ishaq, the co-founder of banned organisation Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, with the blessing of Punjab governments week prosecution is likely to fuel the ruthless killings of Shias across Pakistan, said Syed Rehman Shah, central president of Imamia Students Organisation in a statement issued on Friday. He said Malik Ishaq was the killer of more than 90 people in south Punjab and other parts of Pakistan in the 80s and 90s, and over a dozen people had been killed for pursuing the cases. Despite knowing all these facts, the courts on the basis of poor prosecution had acquitted him in case after case and bailed him out in other cases, which was a matter of concern for the victim families and all Shias across Pakistan. We are in touch with the victim families, who have lost their dear and near ones at the hands of LJ and now deprived of justice as well, and all these families are in acute despair and fear because of the release of the terrorist leader. Now the ISO would provide them security, he added. Shah said he would write letters to international human rights organisations, diplomats and national political leadership and jurists informing them the ugly role of Punjab government.