'Go home, don't seek revenge'
Pakistani-origin Jahan's 21-year-old son Haroon, a keen amateur boxer, had been killed along with brothers Shazad Ali, 30 and Abdul Musavir, 31, in the early hours on Wednesday.They were part of a group of around 80 guarding nearby stores, on Dudley Road in Winson Green, when they were victims of the hit-and-run.
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Image: Haroon Jahan was killed killed by a car in the Winson Green area of Birmingham
'Let law takes its course'
"Tensions are already high in the area. I don't want the community to fall out. The community doesn't need this, and my family doesn't need this. I want to law to take its course; let the law deal with it. We've seen enough without other people taking the law into their hands," he added.
Image: Tarmiq Jahan holds a childhood picture of his son Haroon Jahan
Photographs: Darren Staples/Reuters
Impressed by brave words of Tariq Jahan: Cameron
While Ed Miliband, leader of the opposition called Jahan the "true face of Britain".A murder inquiry has been launched, and a 32-year-old man is being questioned in connection with the murders.
Image: British PM David Cameron paid tribute to UK's riot victims
Photographs: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters