Qadri releases list of 50 Indian nationals working in Sharif’s mills747 views
LAHORE: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahir-ul-Qadri has released the names of fifty Indian citizens which he said are working in the mills and other business ventures of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
He was addressing a press conference where he said that these Indian nationals were present in the country without proper procedures or scrutiny, which is a grave threat to the sovereignty and security of the country.
He questioned the security institutions to save the country and is releasing the list and initiate actions against the Sharif brothers. He said that those Indian nationals were exempt from verification from police and intelligence agencies, while there is no record of their whereabouts while even rules are negated while issuing them visas.
“The security agencies are ordered not to investigate them while the High Commission in India is instructed to issue them visas without scrutiny,” he said.
He went to state the there was no security clearance for these Indian nationals, and that now he would not just seek justice for Model Town killings but also for the security and sanctity of the country.
Therefore, he said that he is releasing the lists of fifty people who are brought on the pretext of skill development and work as electricians, welders and technicians. He said that he will release the names of the remaining 250 people as well.
The lists includes the names and passport numbers of fifty people. He said that if the list was incorrect then the record should be brought from the high commission in New Delhi.
He challenged the government to deny the allegations raised against them, while their silence on the issue proves that they are guilty. He said that the government was involved in the conspiracy to break the nation acting on the nefarious designs of Indian intelligence agencies by spreading terrorism in Balochistan.
He went on to say that while the Army was involved in the war against terrorists, the government was involved in Indian spies in the country.
He said that the Prime Minister should answer these allegations in parliament. He demanded that the Rangers launch an operation in 25 cities of Punjab and arrest 200 terrorists including ministers as it is matter of national security. He raised fears that the records might be burnt soon after his revelations.
Qadri had on 4th September while addressing a rally in Rawalpindi has leveled that allegations that revealed the presence of 300 Indian nationals in the sugar mill of the Sharif family. He had questioned whether they were agent of the Indian spy agency, and promised to release further details.
Ramzan Sugar Mill catches fire moments after Qadri voices fears
Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chairman Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri underscored the need for the security agencies to arrest Sharif Brothers and their ministers who are involved in conspiracy against national integrity in order to timely obtain all relevant records substantiating their treason; otherwise, these records will continue being torched in suspicious incidents of arson.
Addressing a press conference here, he forwarded the instances of past conflagrations in which record of Nandipur project, and Metro Bus project were scorched, adding any thing that is feared by Sharif Brothers to be investigated into will be burned to ashes.
Moments after Dr. Qadri wrapped up his media talk, one from the journalists pointed out that a private news channel was airing a report that Ramzan Sugar Mills situated in Chiniot is on fire and firefighters are busy extinguishing the blaze. On this, PAT chief said if no well-timed action is taken up, the record available at Wagah Border Customs will also be committed to any suspicious blaze in future.
On this occasion, he provided copies from the documents of Pakistani High Commissioner office based in New Delhi, Ramzan Sugar Mills, and Customs at Wagah Border to validate his stance of the treason.
Earlier, in the course of press conference, he also diverted the attention of national security agencies to take action against Sharif Brothers as at least 300 Indian nationals, who are granted unrestricted visas beyond the scrutiny of security agencies, authorizing them to freely travel across Pakistan, are working in their sugar mills.