PM Khan, Qadri discuss matters of new JIT into Model Town case

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday assured Pakistan Awami Tehreek Chief Dr Tahirul Qadri for fulfilling necessities of transparency and justice within the Mannequin City case, ARY Information reported.

As per particulars, prime minister and PAT chief, had a telephonic dialog and mentioned issues pertaining to the formation of latest JIT within the mannequin city case.

Tahirul Qadri thanked Prime Minister Khan over the federal government’s position for forming new JIT to analyze into the Mannequin City bloodbath.

The PM assured PAT Chief that each one necessities of transparency and justice in Mannequin City case will likely be accomplished.

Yesterday, the Supreme Courtroom of Pakistan had winded up a petition within the Mannequin City case after the federal government assured the apex courtroom to type new joint investigation crew (JIT) to probe the incident.

The Case Background

On June 17, 2014, atleast 14 individuals had been killed and 100 others injured when the police opened hearth to disperse protesting Pakistan Awami Tehreek employees throughout an anti-encroachment operation outdoors the residence of PAT chief Dr. Tahirul Qadri.

The one-man judicial fee fashioned to probe the Mannequin City incident held that the operation deliberate underneath the then Punjab Regulation Minister Rana Sanaullah “might have simply been prevented” and that the “law enforcement officials actively participated within the bloodbath”.

“This tribunal has very rigorously seen the CD of the primary press convention of Chief Minister Punjab after the incident wherein he didn’t particularly point out about his route of disengagement. It has grow to be crystal clear that order of disengagement was not handed in any respect, relatively place taken by CM Punjab seems to be an afterthought defence,” says the report.

The fee maintained that it arrived on the conclusion after “placing all information and circumstances in juxtapositions”.



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