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Rulers are involved in terrorism: Dr Qadri

LAHORE: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahir Ul Qadri has said that the tribunal comprising a Lahore High Court judge and constituted by Punjab government had held Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif responsible for Mode Town tragedy, local newspaper reported.

Addressing the PAT protest demonstration through video link from US, the PAT chief said that rulers were themselves involved in terrorism.

Dr Qadri said that they wold not betray the bloods of Model Town martyrs.

He vowed that they would go to any extend for getting justice for the families of the victims of Model Town tragedy.

Dr Qadri said that the Punjab government was afraid from making the the tribunal report public.

He said that the PAT wanted neutral Joint Investigation Team on Model Town tragedy.


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