Chairman of MQI Supreme Council Dr. Hassan Mohi-ud-Din has said that we have demanded of the government several times to make the Justice Njafi’s report public. He warned that the PAT workers were losing the temper and if they chose the streets as the means of seeking justice, the corrupt and murderous rulers would find no place to hide. He lamented that even the judge who heard the hearing of the Model Town incident had been transferred.
Mrs. Ghazala Hassan Qadri, daughter in law of PAT Chairman Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri and the wife of Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, has completed her PhD from University of Birmingham. The thesis of her PhD was on ‘A Muslim Woman’s Right to a Khulʿ in Pakistan: Marital Relief or Marital Gain?’. After acceptance of the research thesis, PhD degree was awarded to her. Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri and senior leaders of PAT have congratulated Mrs. Ghazala Hassan Qadri on completion of her PhD.
A medical camp was arranged under the joint banner of PAT and a welfare organization IBL Foundation in connection with the birth anniversary of the Holy Prophet (SAW) in the union council 180. In addition to collection of blood and eye check-up, ration was also provided to the people in the camp. Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, President of MQI Federal Council, along with Brig (r) Muhammad Ahmad Zafar and PAT Chief Coordinator Major (r) Muhammad Saeed visited the camp.
PAT Lahore chapter took out a rally to protest the non-provision of justice in the Model Town case. The rally, which was attended by workers of PAT, religious and political parties and the members of civil society organizations, was organized as part of the Qisas movement. The demonstrators chanted slogans demanding justice. They were holding banners and placards. The PAT leaders addressed the rally and vowed to continue the struggle till the ends of justice are served.