Articles tagged with: sac lahore
IJT a.k.a Jamiat, the student wing of JI, attacked the pro-Judiciary camp setup by SAC and FASTRising at Nasir bagh, Lahore for the promotion of the Long march. Detailed report available here.
The organizers of the camp were harassed, beaten up and forced to move away. The attackers torn off the posters and flex banenrs at the camp pressurizing those at the camp to leave immediately. Ahmed Saleemi, one of the SAC members was beaten up while I was forced to move away when I tried to reach the camp.
The camp …
For those who want to join the students on the long March, here is the schedule which FASTRising and SAC will follow. The schedule is provisional, however.
12th June 9 – 11 AM :
- Check-in in front of Aitzaz’s House.
- Please eat a heavy breakfast as we have a long day ahead of us.
12th June 11 AM :
- Buses leave for High Court to join lawyers.
- CJ’s address at the High Court.
12th June 12 PM (estimate)
- Leave for Islamabad via GT Road
- SAC bus will follow CCP delegation.
12th June …
Murree Declaration – Clause 2: This has been decided in today’s summit between the PPP and the PML (N) that the deposed judges would be restored, on the position as they were on November 2, 2007, within 30 days of the formation of the federal government through a parliamentary resolution.
A documented, signed promise of the PPP and PMLN.
The federal government was formed on 30th March 2008 and thus the deadline for restoration of Judiciary as promised by the said parties was 30th April. The lawyers, civil society, students and political …
we are weary and tired
we are hungry and thirsty
we are sleepy and dizzy
we are determined
we are courageous
we are steadfast !
Its been 36 hours that we are here on the footpaths under open sky
Even the winter nights could not make us retreat
We wont give up, the hunger strike camp continues …
We demand our friends released !
The protesters who have been at the hunger strike camp since 11 AM, 8th December, 2007 have refused to shut down the camp under pressure of Police. The hunger strike at the foothpath of Lahore Press Club has attracted around a hundred students demanding the release of the detainees. Under the dark sky, waiting for the sun to rise, the protesters have decided to stay there through the night showing their seriousness to the cause, put pressure on the authorities and to show solidarity to …
Those arrested last night from Justice Siddiqui house were shifted overnight from Race Course Police Station to some unknown place and were presented at Cantt Katchehry this morning. MPO was slapped on them as a decission over there. Members of Students Action Committee, lawyers and members of civil society gathered at Camp Jail, Ferozpur road, Lahore at 1:00 PM to protest against the unjustified detention of 10 individuals. The crowd chanted the famous slogans which they have been slogannering in their previous protest. The emphasis was on ‘Hum Kya Chahtay …
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On the call of SAC Lahore, around 300 protesters gathered at Lahore Press Club around 3:00 PM despite the resistance policies carried out by the cops this morning.
Heavy deployments of police were seen around the area with many plain clothe policemen roaming around quite earlier this afternoon. Students from various institutes were joined by the lawyers, social activists, media guys and members of the civil society at the Press Club. The protesters first gathered inside the premises of the Lahore Press Club building and later went out in form of …
Students of various educational institutes of Lahore have raised their voice against the rule of tyrant and injustice under the flag of SAC,Lahore twice in the current month. Continuing the totalitarian measures the state now attempts to curb the rising students voice from the platform of SAC,Lahore. When SAC, Lahore is preparing to protest for the third time today at Lahore Press Club at 3:00 PM today, the cops are busy in their mission-resist !
A few Luminitie friends reported, “Police is attempting to barricade students inside LUMS so that they …