300 Indian agents working in sugar mills owned by Sharif family: Dr Tahirul Qadri
LAHORE (92 News) – PAT chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri has said that there are 300 Indian agents in the sugar mills owned by the Sharif family. Addressing a press conference on Friday, he said that the Indians coming to the Sharif families’ mills are exempted from security clearance. “The Customs officials have no powers to check these people at Wagah Border,” he maintained. The PAT chief said that he had presented the case as the first installment before all to save the national and national institutions. “I will apologize to all if the allegations not proved.” He alleged that the N-League ministers had links with terrorists. Dr Tahirul Qadri also demanded the Rangers operation in Punjab. He also said that the Pakistan investment going to India and international agencies have also reported the matter. “The rulers should also answer to the allegation in the parliament,” he maintained.