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Indian spy Jhadav was arrested after evidence from Sharif’s mills: Qadri

Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Tahirul Qadri made startling disclosures that the evidence to apprehend Indian agent Kulbhushan Jhadav was received from the Ramazan Sugar Mills owned by the family of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

He accused that Nawaz Sharif was acting in connivance with the Indian intelligences agencies, by issuing visas to their agents under the pretext of skills enhancement and development.

He said that the Punjab government provides protocol from Wagah border without any custom clearance and they are brought to the guest house of the Chief Minister in Model Town.

He revealed that there were 54 ‘agents’ in their sugar mills and other business ventures of the Sharif family. He challenged if he was wrong then the intelligence agencies of Pakistan who are responsible for safeguarding against internal and external threats should deny his statements.

Qadri has announced to stage the conclusive phase of the ‘Tehrik-e-Qisas’ movement by staging a massive rally in Rawalpindi on September 3.

He was addressing through a video link to participants of a rally in Karachi, where he said that this has been pulled back and will now conclude next week, where they will announce their next move.

He said this will be a defining moment and help restore the sanctity and solidarity of Pakistan.  He vowed to continue seeking justice for the death of his party workers.



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