LHC verdict to make public Model Town report lauded

KAMALIA – Awaam League Chairman Riaz Fatyana termed the Lahore High Court’s (LHC) verdict to divulge the report of Justice Baqir Najfi concerning Model Town incident a victory of justice.

He expressed these views while addressing various corner meetings here the other day. He stated that Model Town incident was the gravest tragedy in the history of Pakistan in which the people who were exercising their right to protest were shot en masse. “The incident tarnished the country’s image globally. The Punjab government will have to bring all those responsible for the incident to the court,” he said. He added if the culprits are treated leniently, it would be a great injustice to the grieving families of those who had been slain in Model Town incident. He criticised Nawaz Sharif for ‘declaring a war’ against the state institutions. He said the rulers have nothing to do with public welfare, adding their sole purpose is get wealthier. All the corrupt politicians would be thrown beyond the political scenario in the next general election.


Assistant Commissioner Hafiz Najeeb visited Mauza 56 Tukra and Chak 712 G/B to review the cleaning process being carried out under the chief minister’s Clean Village Programme here the other day. During the visit, he also reviewed the construction work at a water supply scheme. He directed the officials concerned to complete the cleanliness campaign before December 20, 2017. He also directed timely completion of the water supply scheme. “Idleness on the part of officials will not be tolerated,” he warned. Earlier, the AC visited Govt Elementary School Mauza Sheikh Burhan where he found the security guard absent from duty.

The AC ordered to submit an inquiry report concerning absence of the security guard. Later, the AC went to Kamalia THQ Hospital and inspected the ongoing construction work there.



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