LAHORE - PAT chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri yesterday announced to start decisive phase of Qisas Movement from Sep 3 - the same day when PTI will stage a massive show in Lahore.

Addressing press conference at Pakistan Awami Tehreek head office Model Town, the PTI chief alleged that the Indians working in sugar mills of Sharif family had links with the detained RAW’s agent Kalbhushan Yadav. He claimed that the intelligence agencies got succeeded in capturing the RAW’s operative after detecting connections of Sharif family’s Indian employees with Yadav.

“54 Indians are still working in sugar mills of Sharifs. They entered into Pakistan through Wahga border and were welcomed by Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif at his guest house,” Qadri held.

He earlier addressed the protesting PAT workers in Karachi and Quetta via video link from Model Town. The PAT ended its first phase of “Qisas (blood for blood) Movement” after holding protests in the two main cities yesterday with Dr Qadri’s  announcement to launch the final phase of the movement by holding “Qisas and Pakistan Solidarity March” in Rawalpindi on September 3.

“Blood of Model Town’s victims would not go in vain. Solidarity March in Rawalpindi will be decisive.”

Qadri said that the Qisas Movement was not started alone to get justice for the families of Model Town martyrs but its success would bring ultimate change in the country. “Our movement is vital to end corruption in Pakistan. It is movement for seeking justice for the victims of the tragedies of Peshawar School, Quetta Hospital, Gulshan Iqbal Lahore, Wahga Border, Baldia Town Karachi and Karsaaz Karachi,” he added.

Tahirul Qadri, who directly blames Sharifs as the perpetrators of August 2014’s Model Town incident in which 14 of his followers were killed in clash with police, said the success of Qisas Movement will bring justice for every poor and deprived person of the society. He alleged the Sharif family funded terrorist outfits in Punjab from where they operated across the country. He said that the ruling family promoted terrorism in Pakistan to divert the people’s attention from its corruption. “There is link between Sharif family’s corruption and terrorism. Security agency must trace this link,” he stressed.

Earlier, addressing protestors of Karachi and Quetta, the PTI chief alleged the PML-N government was hatching conspiracies to destabilise Pakistan with the support of India. He said he wondered why the security agencies were bearing the ruling family after the proven fact of its deep friendship with the country’s enemy, India.

A statement issued by the party said the Awami Muslim League President Sheikh Rashid, Jamaat-e-Islami’s Hafiz Naeemur Rehman, JUP’s Mufti Rafiqur Rehman, Pakistan Sunni Tehreek’s Matlob Awan addressed the protesters.

“Thousands of people participated in the protests which were also attended by the delegations of all opposition parties,” the statement read.