Tehreek-e-Hazara stages sit-in against Judicial Commission Report

THP to protest against the ‘biased’ report outside the PHC and the Supreme Court buildings on June 14 and 16

ABBOTTABAD: Leaders of the Tehreek-e-Hazara province staged a sit-in outside the Peshawar High Court, Circuit Bench, on Tuesday against the judicial commission report on the April 12 violence in which eight innocent people were killed in Abbottabad.

Terming the report as biased and ambiguous, the leaders claimed that the commission’s findings were prepared to protect those who opened indiscriminate fire at peaceful citizens of Abbottabad and killed innocent people.

The sit-in continued for two hours as supporters of the movement for the Hazara province gathered there to show solidarity with the protesting leaders of the Tehreek-e-Hazara.

Sardar Haider Zaman, Sardar Muhammad Yousuf, Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani, Dr Muhammad Azhar Jadoon, Qazi Arshad and Mushtaq Tahirkheli were prominent among the protesters.

Chief of the Tehreek-e-Hazara Sardar Haider Zaman in his brief address vowed to continue peaceful struggle for the creation of the Hazara province. He said the judicial commission report had exposed the intentions of the provincial government.

Haider Zaman said the people of Hazara would never accept the wrongdoings of the provincial government and continue their struggle for justice and fair play.

Earlier, an emergency meeting of the action committee of the Hazara Tehrik was held. It was attended by Sardar Haider Zaman, former lawmakers Gohar Ayub Khan, Alamzeb Khan, former federal minister Syed Qasim Shah, Amanullah Khan Jadoon, Sardar Muhammad Yaqoob, former nazim Mansehra Sardar Muhammad Yousuf, Yousuf Ayub Khan, Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani, Shahzada Gustasap, Nisar Safdar and others.

Briefing the newsmen after the meeting, Haider Zaman said a big protest rally would be staged outside the PHC and the Supreme Court buildings on June 14 and 16, respectively, to protest against the ‘biased’ report of the judicial commission, which was headed by Justice Abdul Aziz Kundi of the Peshawar High Court.


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