Woman Filed Petition Against Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri

Petition filed against Tahirul Qadri.PakistanTribe.Com

Petition filed against Tahirul Qadri.PakistanTribe.Com

LAHORE – A female worker of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) filed petition against Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri for not paying her the money she was promised for joining his inqlab March, PakistanTribe reported.

Sources reported that Hajan Momina filed the petition against PAT chief Dr Tahirul Qadri, his son Hassan Mohiyuddin, daughter Fatima and PAT president Raheel Abbasi. She said they had not kept their promise to pay them Rs3,500 per day for staying at PAT sit-in in the capital.

She revealed that she was promised by PAT chief’s son Hassan and daughter Fatima that she will be paid Rs 3500/ per day for staying in Sit-in.

She claimed that she had informed Qadri about their problems and he had assured her that PAT would pay Rs3,500 per day to each woman. She said the PAT chief had asked for their identity cards for surety. She said they had lived in Islamabad for more than 70 days. Momina told the court that PAT workers regularly checked women’s attendance at the sit-in.

She said when they approached him to pay what was promised, he told them that they would be paid in Lahore for stay in sit-in. She also claimed that PAT also had not returned their ID cards. She further told that when they went to PAT’s secretariat to collect the dues, office bearers misbehaved with them and refused to pay them money and return their ID cards. She alleged that some of the women were beaten and kicked out from the building.

She also said that Police SHO was not registering her FIR against PAT’s chief but she knocked the court’s door and then court ordered SHO to register FIR.

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