14 dead bodies, 100 injured people waiting for justice: Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri

PAT chief Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri reached Lahore from Istanbul on the morning of December 22. The central PAT leaders and hundreds of the workers warmly received their leader.

Talking to the media outside the Airport Lounge, Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri said that 14 dead bodies and 100 injured people are waiting for the Army and the Rangers. He asked as to when the action will be taken against perpetrators of Model Town tragedy. He said that Pakistan continues to remain bogged down in the pit of problems and corruption and terrorism are eating into vitals of our polity. He made it absolutely clear that as long as there is one drop of blood in his body, he will keep on demanding justice for the Model Town victims. He said that every report has been published but the report of the Judicial Commission established to probe the Model Town tragedy has not seen light of the day as yet.

Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri said that the money of corruption is being used to fund terrorist activities. He said that the rulers want paid killers to be punished and those giving such orders should stay safe. He said that whatever treatment is being meted out to Rangers in Karachi, the rulers at the helms of affairs in federal government are responsible for it. He said that adverse statements are part of the agreed script. He said that the rulers of Sindh and federal governments are old allies and they are only trying to save each other’s skins.

On arrival at the Lahore Airport, the PAT Chairman was received by Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-din Qadri, Khurram Nawaz Gandapur, Noorullah Siddiqui, Major (r ) Muhammad Saeed, Fayyaz Warraich, GM Malik, Raja Zahid, Haji Ishaq Jawad Hamid and Atiya Baneen. The workers chanted passionate slogans and threw rose petals on him.

Dr Qadri informed the media that 32rd prestigous International Milad Conference will be held at the historic Minar-e-Pakistan under the manner of MQI. He invited the media men to attend the Conference. He said that PAT is waging struggle against terrorism, corruption, injustice and exploitation. He said that our doors are open for everyone. He said whosoever takes one step for the nation’s progress and prosperity, we will take ten steps forward. He said that the country is being run like personal business. He said there is neither rule of law nor justice in the country, adding that provision of education, health and job opportunities is not part of the rulers’ priorities.

The PAT Chairman said that the rulers of the Sindh and provincial governments are old allies. He said that alliance of corruption and terrorism is wreaking havoc on the country. He said that money of corruption is being used for terrorism. He said that the so-called nexus between old political allies is meant to thwart the operation of the Rangers. He said that a similar operation should be carried out in Punjab and trial of Model Town case should be held in the military court. He said that dual indictment of our workers in Model Town case is against the law. He said wherever the perpetrators of Model Town tragedy may run, they cannot escape punishment. He said that justice may be delayed but it can never be denied. He said that the kind of sacrifices the PAT workers rendered against oppressive system, no other political party can offer a parallel example.

Meanwhile, when the PAT Chairman reached his residence in Model Town, he was accorded very warm welcome. The hundreds of female workers threw rose petals on him and chanted welcome slogans on the occasion. Dr Qadri thanked all the workers who came to accord him welcome.

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