ISLAMABAD:Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chairman Dr. Tahirul Qadri Sunday presented before the media his injured workers, which he believed, received metallic bullets in clashes with the police when they marched towards Parliament House two weeks ago.
Addressing the protesters atop his container in Islamabad Sunday, the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief said that PIMS Hospital administration is sold out to Pakistan Muslim League–Nawaz (PML-N) government.
He said that the ‘Chairman’ of PIMS Hospital is a PML-N worker and that his brother is PML-N MNA from Lahore.
Qadri alleged that the doctors at PIMS Hospital have been bought by PML-N and they are not extricating the bullets out of PAT workers’ bodies.
Tahirul Qadri called the injured people on to stage and showed the scars of their bodies. PAT chief claimed that the scars were of real mechanical bullets and the bullets were still inside their bodies. He asked as to which constitution and law these rulers are talking about.
The government resorted to worse crackdown against the PAT workers in Islamabad than the one in Model Town on June 17, Qadri claimed.
PAT chief said that 2,331 PAT workers had been arrested so far from various cities of Punjab while the number of missing workers, according to Dr. Qadri, has exceeded 21,000. He also claimed that 32 cars belonging to PAT workers have been taken into custody by the Police. DNA
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