Pakistan

Qadri to raise Model Town incident issue with EU, Human Rights Commission

LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Tahir-ul-Qadri on Wednesday vowed to raise the issue of Model Town incident with European Union and International Human Rights Commission, ARY News reported.

He said he had taken this decision after the government institutions’ failure to provide him justice into the matter. He is set to leave for London tonight.

“I did not start Tehreek-e-Qisas (the revenge movement) for political gains. We want revenge for our martyrs at every cost. First phase of the movement has concluded, while two phases are still remaining,” he said while talking to media in Lahore.

He said Model Town incident was a state terrorism. Hence, whichever door he will find to knock for justice he will knock it. If he had to go to Geneva then he will do that.

The PAT chairman said he will discuss with lawyers on Wednesday. Those holding Lahore throne should now know that we are going to EU Parliament as well.

To a query, he said he did not want to make Raiwind center of political activities. However, march towards Raiwind was not excluded from possibilities. If we did not find justice from anywhere then we could go to Raiwind as well.

He also said he had unconditional support for Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan’s Tehreek-e-Ehtesab movement.

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