Rana Sanaullah terms Model Town inquiry report 'faulty'
LAHORE: Punjab Regulation Minister Rana Sanaullah on Tuesday dismissed the inquiry report of the Model Town incident as faulty.
“The report is flawed within the eye regulation as a result of it’s based mostly on secondary proof, which isn’t admissible as per the Proof Act,” Sanaullah mentioned whereas addressing a press convention in Lahore.
The regulation minister accused the Pakistan Awami Tehreek’s chief Tahir ul Qadri (PAT) of making a fuss over the [Model Town incident] report.
“The [Model Town inquiry] report holds no authorities official liable for the incident,” Sanaullah mentioned, including that ‘not a single phrase’ within the report holds the Chief Minister of Punjab Shehbaz Sharif liable for the incident.
The provincial minister, within the press convention, mentioned that the report mentions in some locations that PAT staff gave resistance to police, which later turned a purpose for police motion.
“Qadri blames the federal government for the tragedy, however he incited the folks in direction of violence and he stored saying the night time earlier than that the time of martyrdom is right here,” Sanaullah mentioned.
“Not one of the police personnel current on the incident was held accountable,” he mentioned, including chaos was created by PAT staff.
The report was not made public as a result of a court docket trial is underway, and the federal government wished to guard the rights of all events concerned within the case, the regulation minister mentioned.
Discussing the difficulty of constructing the report public, Sanaullah mentioned that the Punjab chief minister ordered the report to be made public instantly after the excessive court docket introduced its determination on the case at the moment (Tuesday).
“The report didn’t have any influence on the case and it’s public as we converse,” he mentioned.