Published On: Mon, Dec 30th, 2013
Published in Category: Lahore

Qadri again voices for revolution

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LAHORE: Chief Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that time is ripe to take the road towards waging a revolution and his party has launched a movement for peaceful revolution.

PAT chief asked the government to fulfil the basic rights of masses or else they’d snatch it themselves.
Addressing a PAT rally from Canada via video link against price-hike, unemployment on Sunday.

Tahir-ul-Qadri vowed to rebuild Quaid’s Pakistan. “The government brought into circulation the currency notes worth Rs.1000 billion; this forced the citizens of Pakistan to buckle under massive juggernaut of inflation,” Dr. Qadri asserted.

Dr. Qadri said that his ‘Long March’ is meant for the people’s right to rule and it will turn out to be the last and final phase against the corrupt system.

Chairman PAT claimed that revolution can come about in just 24 hours if the people instead of fuming at homes come out to protest against the corrupt system.

Dr. Qadri observed that decisions were being taken without taking the people or parliament into confidence and that the government entities having potential to earn profits were incurring losses due to being infested with corruption.

Slamming parliamentarians, Qadri said that 50 percent of the lawmakers do not pay taxes, adding that such politicians do not have a right to sit in parliament.
He alleged that people at the helm of government were indulging in nepotism while innocent people continue to expect good deeds from these rulers.

The PAT Chief said that terrorism will only be eliminated at least one year after a peaceful revolution in the country where ‘we neither want extremism nor Mullah-ism’, Qadri mentioned.

Earlier, hundreds of Pakistan Awami Tehreek workers gathered on call of Tahir-ul-Qadri to protest inflation, corruption, unemployment and law and order situation of the country.
The rally, set from Nasir Bagh marched up to Punjab Assembly.

During the march, activists and supporters of the PAT voiced slogans against inflation and disorder in the country.

Educative pamphlets were also being distributed among the general public inviting their co-operation and support for making this rally a big success.
Heavy contingents of police were deployed at Nasir Bagh, Chowk Anarkali, High Court Chowk, Regal Chowk and Charing Cross Chowk.

Large screens were installed at the Regal Chowk facilitating the people to listen to the video-link address of PAT chief Dr Tahirul Qadri to the rally.
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