LAHORE The Lahore chapter of the PTI and the Insaaf Students Federation took out a rally on Thursday against the murder of two Pakistanis by a US national and the growing American interference in Pakistan. Led by PTIs Lahore President Mian Mahmoodur Rashid and other local party leaders, the rally started from Qartaba Chowk and culminated at Shimla Hill, a few yards away from the American Consulate. Relatives of slain Fahim, Faizan and Abdur Rehman also joined the protesters who were carrying banners, flags and placards inscribed with slogans against the American interference and demanded 'capital punishment for Raymond Davis. The protesters demanded the federal and provincial governments to provide them justice, otherwise they warned of launching a long march from Lahore to Islamabad. They said Davis should be charged under terror offences for killing the two Pakistanis, and demanded the US Consulate to handover other an American who crushed Ebad-ur-Rehman. PTI leaders including Umer Sarfaraz Cheema, Mehmood Gilani, Talat Naqvi, Dr Yasmin Rashid, Sadia Sohail, Mian Hamid Mairaj, Malik Zaheer Abbas Khokher, Dr Seemi Bokhari, Yasmin Khan also participated in the protest. The angry mob demanded immediate removal of Pakistan Ambassador to USA Hussain Haqqani, and to bring him before the courts in Pakistan as to how he had issued visas to the Americans without clearance by any local agency. Addressing the gathering, Rasheed, brother-in-law of Faizan Haider, demanded to charge Raymond Davis under the terror act. He also expressed his dissatisfaction over the police investigation, adding they had no trust in the government. He said the government was deliberately weakening the case against the US citizen by portraying the victims as robbers. Sajjadur Rehman, brother of Ebadur Rehman, who was crushed by the US consulate vehicle, said they had participated in the long march to restore the judiciary and now they were hoping they would get justice according to law of the land. Lahore Wing PTI President Mian Mehmoodur Rasheed said Raymond was a professional killer as he was member of Blackwater. He warned the government not to use any unlawful means to get Raymond released. ISF President Hassan Khan Niazi said if the government would provide safe passage to Raymond they would take law into their hands by getting forced entry into the US Consulate. He also asked the government to provide strong evidences in the court against Raymond. Dr Fozia Siddiqui addressed the gathering via telephone from Karachi. She said if Pakistan would have stood behind Dr Aafia as America is doing for Raymond, she would have been released. Getting emotional she said the people of Pakistan would drag the leaders into the streets if Raymond would be given any concession. The City police provided foolproof security cover to the rally to avert any untoward incident. Heavy contingents of police officials were deputed at the route of rally in the supervision of divisional SPs. The ISF activists have lauded the security arrangements. Meanwhile, severe traffic mess was witnessed at Jail Road, Fatima Jinnah Road and Mall Road due to improper diversions which added to the woes of commuters.