Tahirul Qadri proclaims protest towards Mannequin City inquiry

head of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Tahirul Qadri
Outstanding cleric and head of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Tahirul Qadri on Wednesday introduced a “grand protest” towards what he known as the failure of authorities to ship justice within the Mannequin City firing incident during which 14 folks had been killed and over 100 others injured.

Dr Qadri, who spoke to media consultant at Lahore airport upon his arrival from Canada after eight months, stated the “protest cum sit-in” shall be organised on Lahore’s Mall Highway on June 17.

“It is a protest in addition to a sit-in… I’ll announce the small print on June 17 at Mall Highway,” he stated, amid a rousing welcome from supporters who showered him with rose petals.

“Two years have handed [since the killings]. No different instance of this worst type of state terrorism may be present in Pakistan’s historical past,” he stated.

Dr Qadri stated his celebration had been in pursuit of justice for the previous two years “however how can we probably get justice when the killers are our rulers?”

“This was no police encounter… this was a one-sided bloodbath perpetrated by the Governments of Pakistan and Punjab,” he stated.

He thanked Chief of Military Employees Gen Raheel Sharif for “having the First Data Report (FIR) registered within the case”.

“However two years have handed because the registration of the FIR, and the helpless folks have but to get justice.”

Dr Qadri stated it was now the military chief’s “duty to present justice to those oppressed folks”.

Not less than 14 individuals had been killed and over 100 injured throughout an alleged anti-encroachment operation outdoors Dr Qadri’s residence on June 17, 2014.

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