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    Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    LAHORE / ISLAMABAD:

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has asked Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to oversee security arrangements for Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri when the latter returns to the country on June 23.

    Following his return from a two-day trip to Tajikistan, the prime minister was briefed by the Punjab chief minister on Tuesday’s deadly clash between police and PAT workers in Lahore at a high-level meeting in Islamabad on Thursday.

    Realising that his government has opened up too many fronts, Prime Minister Nawaz also directed members of his cabinet and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) activists to cool their tempers and avoid unnecessary statements before the media.

    “I think you will see some change in the tone of ministers from today (Friday) onwards,” a PML-N leader told The Express Tribune.

    “There was a general realisation that unnecessary statements after the tragedy [in Lahore] did not do the government any good and created an unnecessary fuss,” an official privy to the meeting said.

    Apart from the chief minister, the meeting was attended by the ministers of defence, information, planning and development, railways and states and frontier regions.

    According to the official handout released after the meeting, Shahbaz informed Premier Nawaz that severe action was being taken against those found responsible for the Lahore tragedy.

    However, it stopped short of elaborating what concrete action the government would take against those who orchestrated the raid. Some PML-N insiders claim that the Lahore operation was the brainchild of a key minister of the Punjab government.

    Sources said that before the Lahore incident, the government was working on a plan to take Qadri into custody as soon as he landed at Islamabad airport. The incident jeopardised the plan, they added.

    Shahbaz urges PAT to withdraw boycott

    Shahbaz Sharif has asked Dr Qadri to withdrawn his decision to boycott the judicial commission constituted to probe the clash between police and PAT workers in Lahore.

    “The judicial process is the only way to ensure justice. Boycotting it will be a grave injustice to the deceased and their families,” Shahbaz said. He said the commission had already started its inquiry and would bring facts before the nation soon.

    The chief minister added he was determined to fulfill ‘the demands of justice’ and the guilty would not be allowed to escape. He promised the course of justice would not be hampered and tampering with medical records of the injured would not be tolerated.

    “Police authorities and provincial administration have been given instructions in this regard,” he said.

    Qadri’s Tehreek-e-Minhajul Quran, however, rejected Shahbaz’s appeal and instead filed an application with the police, naming him and Prime Minister Nawaz among those responsible for the Model Town tragedy.

    Published in The Express Tribune, June 20th, 2014.

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    Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Friday said that he has asked for the resignation of the provincial Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, DawnNews reported.

    The announcement comes over the outrage against a police crackdown on workers of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) in Lahore on Tuesday in which nine people lost their lives.

    Speaking at a press conference in Lahore, the chief minister said that even though Sanaullah has performed his duties in an honest manner for 15 years, he has asked him to resign for the sake of justice.

    Shahbaz Sharif also said that he has asked for the resignation of Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Punjab Dr Tauqir.

    He said that even though Dr Tauqir was like a younger brother to him, the decision had to be taken as a matter of principal.

    Shahbaz Sharif also said that he has ordered the arrest of the police officers involved in the shooting of the protestors.

    "If there is doubt over the government's judicial inquiry on the incident, the Supreme Court can be asked to do it instead," he said.

    Reacting on the announcement, PAT chief Dr Tahirul Qadri termed it a ‘drama’ by the chief minister.

    “Shahbaz Shahbaz should stop this drama and resign,” he said, adding that Rana Sanaullah would soon be restored to his post.

    “By taking this decision, the chief minister has proven wrong the official government statement,” he said.

    Rejecting the single-member judicial commission formed by the provincial government to probe into the incident, Qadri demanded that the Supreme Court investigate the killings independently.

    “This judicial commission would declare all culprits innocent,” he added.

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1114061/sha...lahore-tragedy

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    Re: Damage control: Shahbaz to oversee Qadri’s security

    Shahbaz Sharif cuts a sorry figure…….and that’s about all the joy that the people can get because for him to do the honorable thing or the justice system to do what they should do…….is wishful thinking.

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    Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters



    At least eight people have been killed in clashes between Pakistani police and supporters of a prominent Islamic scholar in the city of Lahore.

    Dozens more were injured as police fired shots and tear gas to disperse protesters at the offices of Tahirul Qadri. His supporters threw stones.

    Two women died in the riots which are now under control, reports say.

    Mr Qadri, who is based in Canada, plans to return to Pakistan next week to lead a crusade against corrupt politicians.

    He led a "long march" on Islamabad in January last year, but the protest fizzled out with little result.

    The BBC's M Ilyas Khan in Islamabad says Mr Qadri is seen by many as a political nuisance who lacks clout.

    But he has the ability to gather supporters from his madrassas and is rumoured to have ties with the powerful ISI intelligence agency.





    Police in Lahore say clashes broke out after supporters of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), which is led by Mr Qadri, resisted attempts to clear barriers outside their leader's offices in the Model Town suburb on Monday night.

    When the police brought in reinforcements in the morning, the confrontation grew, although the police insist they showed restraint, the BBC's Mike Wooldridge in Islamabad reports.

    A number of arrests have been made.

    'Bullet wounds'
    The Chief Minister of Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif, has ordered a judicial inquiry.

    "I am deeply saddened over the killings," Mr Sharif, who is also the brother of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, said.

    "If I am held responsible, I will immediately resign because I cannot even imagine using force against anyone," he added.

    Officials at Lahore's Jinnah Hospital said the bodies of those killed had bullet wounds.





    Dr Abdul Rauf told the AFP news agency the hospital had "received 80 injured, 40 with bullet injuries and 40 with other wounds."

    Some commentators have criticised the authorities for being heavy-handed in dealing with Mr Qadri's supporters.

    They say the barricades had been there for over four years, and had been erected with the consent of the area residents to improve security.

    Mr Qadri held a news conference via videolink from Canada to condemn the police raid on his headquarters in Lahore.

    He said he remained undaunted and would arrive at Islamabad airport on Monday as planned.

    He urged his followers to continue their protest, but remain peaceful and refrain from damaging property.

    "The revolution that was to take time in coming will now arrive more quickly," he said. "These deaths will lead to the end of this government."
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-27885827
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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    ROFL.


    ARY was exposing the murderer Shebaz Sharif all day yesterday. They were showing Qadri's house on a special today. All off a sudden ARY is taken of the air by Goon league.


    Can you guys believe this ****?


    They cut it off right as I was watching 20 mins ago.
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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Quote Originally Posted by RazPaK View Post
    ROFL.


    ARY was exposing the murderer Shebaz Sharif all day yesterday. They were showing Qadri's house on a special today. All of a sudden ARY is taken of the air by Goon league.


    Can you guys believe this ****?


    They cut it off right as I was watching 20 mins ago.
    Yara Ary is on here in UK I just switched over from football and checked its on, You in US or Pak at the moment

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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan_B View Post
    Yara Ary is on here in UK I just switched over from football and checked its on, You in US or Pak at the moment
    US. Are you watching ARY news?

    Pemra just banned them??

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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Quote Originally Posted by RazPaK View Post
    US. Are you watching ARY news?

    Pemra just banned them??
    Yes it on but they are talking about pemra banning them etc I watching football but just checked its on channel 806 cable in UK

    they complaining that it was shut without notice etc
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    Lahore clashes: Will accept only JIT with ISI, IB, MI reps, says Qadri



    Pakistan Awami Tehrik chief Dr Tahirul Qadri has said they would accept an inquiry by a joint investigation team which consisted of representatives from Inter-Services Intelligence, Military Intelligence, and Intelligence Bureau, and a judicial commission comprising three impartial judges of the Supreme Court (SC).
    Addressing a press conference through a video link from Canada on Friday, Qadri said that a joint investigation and a three-member investigation tribunal comprising judges of the SC was formed to investigate the attack on TV anchor Hamid Mir. He questioned why it was not possible in regard to the Model Town incident in which more than a dozen people were gunned down and 80 others injured.
    He said he did not have confidence in the one-man tribunal formed by the Punjab government, which he deemed as responsible for the incident. He alleged that the police were implicit in the killing of his activists, and questioned how they would be able to carry out an impartial investigation.
    Qadri said this was his last press conference from Canada, adding that he would leave for Pakistan after it ended. He said he arrive on June 23 at Islamabad airport.
    The PAT leader also said that he did not give his party workers permission to protest violently, and insisted that they protested in a democratic manner.
    He added that his party had been patient even after enduring the tumultuous clash on Tuesday between PAT workers and the police, which left as eight party workers, including two women, dead and 85 others injured.
    Qadri said such an incident had not occurred in the history of Pakistan.
    He had addressed the media and a participants of a joint meeting of representatives of different parties including Chaudhry Ijaz of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf, Jahangir Badar and Mian Manzoor Wattoo of Pakistan Peoples Party, Chaudhry Zaheer of Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid, Rasheed Godail of Muttahida Qaumi Movement, Majlis Wahdat-e-Muslimeen, and Sahibada Hasan Raza of Sunni Ittehad Council at the secretariat of Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT).
    The representatives of these parties held the meeting to show solidarity with the PAT activists and condemn the police operation.
    Member and representative of the Sunni Ittehad Council (SIC) Hassan Moiuddin lashed out at Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Friday, going as far as referring to him as a killer for the Lahore incident, while speaking to the media.
    In a joint statement of the SIC, the Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen and other political parties, an SIC representative said Shahbaz was a cruel leader, as well as a killer.
    The representatives of these parties after having a joint session issued a joint communiqué making various demands to the government. They made demands for a joint investigation team, and a three-member SC bench for investigation into the incident, as well as a release of all arrested activists of PAT.
    They also demanded that the missing PAT workers that were arrested by the police and transferred to an undisclosed location be produced.
    The participants further demanded that the government ensure the registration of an FIR on application filed by PAT workers against Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, his different ministers and police officers and officials.
    They expressed their solidarity with Dr Tahirul Qadri and condemned the Punjab government for carrying out this deadly operation.
    Separately, Jamat-e-Islami deputy chief Hafiz Muhammad Idrees, condemned the incident and said that the Sharif brothers had not learnt anything from their past experiences.
    In a statement issued, Idrees said that the Sharif brothers must make amends for their past lapses and abandon the path of
    tyranny and oppression, lest they fell prey to divine accountability once again.
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/724623/q...hore-incident/

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    Lahore clash: IG Punjab says cannot arrest policemen for firing

    LAHORE: The Inspector General Punjab on Saturday told Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a letter that he cannot arrest the policemen responsible for firing at Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) workers during the Model Town incident, Express News reported.

    In his letter to the chief minister, IG Punjab stated that those policemen were simply “following someone’s orders”, adding that he could not arrest them for doing that.
    The IG did not specify whose orders they were following.
    Meanwhile, a list of the policemen who used their weapons during the clash is being compiled. According to sources, footage of the incident was acquired from private channels and is being used to identify those who opened fire.

    In Tuesday’s clash between police and PAT supporters, ten people, including two women, were killed and over 80 others were injured. The bloodshed took place outside the Central Secretariat of Minhajul Quran International in the Model Town neighbourhood of Lahore. The clashes erupted in the early hours of June 17 and continued for up to 14 hours.
    The confrontation began when a 15-member police team tried to remove barriers outside the PAT leader Dr Tahirul Qadri’s residence and Adara Minhajul Quran’s Central Secretariat in Model Town Colony.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/725000/l...en-for-firing/

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    Lahore clash: IG Punjab says cannot arrest policemen for firing

    The Inspector General Punjab on Saturday told Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a letter that he cannot arrest the policemen responsible for firing at Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) workers during the Model Town incident, Express News reported.

    In his letter to the chief minister, IG Punjab stated that those policemen were simply “following someone’s orders”, adding that he could not arrest them for doing that.

    The IG did not specify whose orders they were following.

    Meanwhile, a list of the policemen who used their weapons during the clash is being compiled. According to sources, footage of the incident was acquired from private channels and is being used to identify those who opened fire.

    In Tuesday’s clash between police and PAT supporters, ten people, including two women, were killed and over 80 others were injured. The bloodshed took place outside the Central Secretariat of Minhajul Quran International in the Model Town neighbourhood of Lahore. The clashes erupted in the early hours of June 17 and continued for up to 14 hours.

    The confrontation began when a 15-member police team tried to remove barriers outside the PAT leader Dr Tahirul Qadri’s residence and Adara Minhajul Quran’s Central Secretariat in Model Town Colony.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/725000/l...en-for-firing/

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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Quote Originally Posted by RazPaK View Post
    US. Are you watching ARY news?

    Pemra just banned them??
    So anyone raising objection gets barred on banned? Is this the new Sharif policy? Donkeys.

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    Lahore clashes: Judicial tribunal summons Rana Sanaullah



    A judicial tribunal set up to probe the Lahore killings has summoned former law minister Rana Sanaullah and former principle secretary Dr Tauqir Shah on Monday.
    The two are expected to give their statements regarding the clashes between the police and supporters of Pakistan Awami Tehreek, which killed close to a dozen and injured 80 others.
    The tribunal summoned the health secretary today to present autopsy records and medico legal reports of the victims.
    Regarding the possibility of the constitution of a joint investigation team to probe the clashes, the tribunal has asked for a report from the Punjab home secretary.
    Furthermore, the Baitul Maal secretary has been directed to discuss compensation payments for the victims with the tribunal.
    Pakistan Awami Tehreek stance
    Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) leader Dr Tahirul Qadri, while speaking to the media from London today, held Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif responsible for the clashes in Lahore on June 18.
    Qadri said that the Sanuallah is not solely responsible for the clashes as he simply implemented the orders given to him by a higher authority.
    The PAT leader said that the chief minister ordered the police to open fire on his supporters. Furthermore, he added that only Shahbaz and the prime minister have the power to carry out such orders.
    Earlier, terming the removal of the former law minister as insufficient, Qadri claimed that the Shahbaz should resign.
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/725070/l...ana-sanaullah/

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    Model Town killings: Shahbaz must tender resignation, says Imran Khan

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    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Saturday renewed his demand that Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif must resign after the Model Town incident, in which around a dozen people died after police opened fire at Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) workers.
    He said in any truly democratic and accountable system the chief minister would have resigned after what happened in Model Town, Lahore.

    “Shahbaz Sharif has not done so and is instead pursuing a vengeful track, which is shameful indeed,” he said in a statement issued on Saturday.

    “The complicity of the chief minister in the Model Town action is evident from the hasty transfer of the Punjab inspector general just before the police action commenced,” Imran said. He added that Shahbaz must take responsibility for these killings. The PTI chief pointed out that the police had become notorious for extra judicial killings during Shahbaz’s previous tenures as well.

    “The Punjab police have been effectively made a militant wing of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the force has lost all credibility amongst the citizens of the province,” he said, adding that the police were seen more as a force of terror by ordinary citizens.
    Imran said the chief minister – aided by his brother Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif –sought to go on a vengeful track and, instead of showing remorse, got ARY News banned as the network showed and exposed the worst kind of police atrocities against PAT workers.

    “This is yet another attempt by the Sharifs to silence their political opponents and reflects their undemocratic mindset,” he said. Imran said to equate the ARY News’s a factual coverage of Punjab police to Geo’s 8-hour long vilification campaign against Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was a massive abuse of state power. “It is not only an absurdity but a travesty of justice,” he said.
    “ARY had led the critique against Geo and its owner and it was noticed and banned while the government fully allowed the 8-hour uninterrupted campaign targeting of the ISI on Geo,” he added.
    He said the ‘vengeful’ undemocratic behaviour of the Sharifs’ must end, adding that the PTI would continue its struggle to strengthen democracy through its protests against electoral rigging.

    Published in The Express Tribune, June 22nd, 2014.

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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Lahore clashes: 39 PAT supporters released from jail



    Thirty-nine supporters of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) have been released from Kot Lakhpat jail, Express News reported on Saturday.

    The PAT supporters had been detained on Wednesday for protesting against the removal of barriers from outside the Central Secretariat of Minhajul Quran in Model Town, Lahore on Tuesday.

    The clashes between the supporters and the police had killed over dozen people and injured 80 others.
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/725100/l...sed-from-jail/
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    Re: Model Town killings: Shahbaz must tender resignation, says Imran Khan

    Giving in to Qadri's demands, Punjab forms new JIT to probe Lahore clash



    Having already removed law minister Rana Sanaullah from his post, the Punjab government bent over backwards to grant yet another demand of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri by forming a new joint investigation team (JIT), Express News reported early on Sunday.

    As per Qadri’s wishes, the new JIT includes representatives from Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Intelligence Bureau (IB), Military Intelligence (MI) and the Police.

    From Sunday, this team will investigate last Wednesday’s clash outside the Minhajul Quran central secretariat in Lahore which left over a dozen people dead and 80 others injured.

    On Friday, Dr Qadri had declared that he would only accept an inquiry by a joint investigation team that includes representatives of ISI, IB, MI and a judicial commission comprising three impartial judges of the Supreme Court (SC).
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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    as i have been saying for months now that this country is heading towards more violence,and shahbaz sharif should have thrown that law minister in the jail,instead he only dismissed him from his position.
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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Quote Originally Posted by Hadeed View Post
    as i have been saying for months now that this country is heading towards more violence,and shahbaz sharif should have thrown that law minister in the jail,instead he only dismissed him from his position.
    Do you really expect real action? Don't forget this is the party that wanted to negotiate with terrorists.
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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Quote Originally Posted by Pak92 View Post
    Do you really expect real action? Don't forget this is the party that wanted to negotiate with terrorists.
    you are from lahore,do people there still like the N-League or are they tired of it?

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    Re: Pakistan: Eight die as Lahore police clash with Qadri supporters

    Quote Originally Posted by RazPaK View Post
    ROFL.


    ARY was exposing the murderer Shebaz Sharif all day yesterday. They were showing Qadri's house on a special today. All off a sudden ARY is taken of the air by Goon league.


    Can you guys believe this ****?


    They cut it off right as I was watching 20 mins ago.
    What exactly is Qadris objective?

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