Around 3,000 workers of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), including PAT chief Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri’s son Hussain Mohiuddinh, were booked by the police for Tuesday’s violent clash with the police in Lahore, a private news channel reported.
Tuesday clash resulted in the killing of at least eight people outside the secretariat of Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI) in Model Town area of Lahore.
Atleast 70 others were also injured in the skirmish.
The clash erupted over removal of security barriers outside the MQI secretariat and Dr. Qadri’s residence early on Tuesday morning.
Mohiuddin has been booked as the central accused in the case along with the party workers.
A one-man tribunal of Lahore High Court and police are investigating the incident.
Meanwhile, PAT has announced to file three petitions against the Punjab Government in LHC for attacking and killing the unarmed party workers, including women.