Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri Wednesday announced protests over Model Town incident in multiple cities after Eidul Azha.

He praised his party workers who gathered on Mall Road to express sorrow at the loss of innocent lives in Model Town incident . “We await justice and it is just a matter of time,” he said while promising the people to stay with them until justice prevails.

The PAT chief thanked PTI leaders, including Firdous Ashiq Awan and Sheikh Rasheed, and other persons who arrived to express solidarity.

He demanded of making the Justice Baqir Ali Najfi report on Model Town case public. Calling Nawaz Sharif “thief in Panama case” and Shahbaz Sharif “murderer in Model Town case”, he said country will not prosper until the nation get rid of these two.

He slammed PML-N’s will to introduce constitutional amendments, recalling how the ex-PM used to buy MPAs and MNAs in past, violated the sanctity of public votes and derailed democracy several times.

Slamming Nawaz Sharif’s hopes of bringing revolution, he said the former premier only remembered revolution after July 28 Supreme Court verdict which declared him ineligible.

Qadri said both Sharif brothers will be hanged to give justice to the kins of Model Town incident .

He recalled that Articles 62 and 63 were part of his demands during 2014 sit-ins, calling them essential. He added that his party will protest in Faisalabad, Rawalpindi and other cities of the country.

Earlier on Tuesday, Lahore High Court (LHC) had barred the party from staging protests on Mall Road of the provincial capital in light of the Punjab government’s decision.