People to get justice through streets: Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri
Thursday, Apr 20, 2017
Addressing the central Core Committee, PAT Chairman Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has commented on the Panama verdict, saying that the matter has come to the same point from where it had start off. He said that the lawyers had come to the apex court to seek answers to the questions that the court repeated. He said that he had read “Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un” a long time ago, now a formal burial of the Panama dead body has been carried out. He asked the nation to offer Fateha and exercise patience.
Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri said that over 100 people are shot at here with live bullets, what to speak of a decision, even the investigation report is not made public, adding that this is the corruption case from afar seven oceans. He said that the people will not get justice from any institution unless they take to streets. He said that the Panama verdict is historic in the sense that those who filed the petition and those against whom the petition was filed are distributing sweets. He said that the nation was made to wait for an elusive judgment for one year and now that it is out, 540-page document will continue to be interpreted but those who looted national exchequer will not be held accountable.
The PAT Chairman said that the honorable judges stated very cautiously that they do not agree with the money trail presented through the Qatari letter. He said when the Bench does not agree with the money trail and still passed the verdict, what else is left for the JIT to investigate? He said the Prime Minister has stated categorically that he has not come to listen to the judgments. He said whether the top officials who are appointed by the PM himself will salute or grill him.
If the money trail is not believable in the eyes of the SC Bench, then why is JIT being set up? #PanamaCase— Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri (@TahirulQadri) April 20, 2017
Will a JIT that consists of govt employees salute the PM or grill him? #PanamaCase— Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri (@TahirulQadri) April 20, 2017