Qadri sees rulers’ demise by September

LAHORE: Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) director Dr Tahirul Qadri has requested the head of armed force staff get his gathering equity through military courts for the 14 laborers shot dead by police two years back against the rulers.

“It was Army boss who mediated to get our FIR enlisted after the administration and courts continued denying it. Furthermore, it is he who is going to get us blood for blood through military courts else we will never get any equity within the sight of the present rulers,” he said while tending to a charged horde of male and female laborers at the sit-in on the Mall street Lahore early Saturday morning in the blink of an eye before the Sehri time, which was held to stamp the second commemoration of Model Town killings.

Qadri broadly scrutinized the legal and government for making various postponing strategies, couldn’t help contradicting Awami Muslim League pioneer Sheik Rasheed Ahmad who had approached the group to get prepared for pursuing a last tumult development against the rulers between July 10 and September 10. Qadri said he saw them (rulers) meet their passings much before September, and included that such brutal lawbreakers couldn’t keep going that long against the blessed messenger of death who were drifting over their heads.

Tahirul Qadri inquired as to whether they were prepared to proceed with the sit-in till they get Qisas (Arabic expression for life forever). Be that as it may, after the whole pack over and again replied in uproarious ‘Yes’, Dr Qadri reported to defer the sit-in till the time ‘we feel we are being denied equity, and afterward we could come back again to arrange the longest sit-in of Lahore’s history.’ He requested that the group end the sit-in after Sehri calmly, saying amid the transactions with the administration his gathering’s secretarty generl Khurarm Nawaz Gandapur had given the word that the sit-in would be of one day and would end after Sehri. Likewise, “aitekaaf” time was drawing closer, he included.

“I would prefer not to about-face on our pledge, and need the country to figure out how to keep their words.” Before reporting to return, Qadri made a dramatic circumstance by first saying that ‘we can stay here for whatever length of time that required.” He even held the hands of Sh Rahseed Ahmand and Jammat Islami pioneer Liaqat Baloch, saying them two would sit with him at the sit-in for whatever length of time that required. In any case, then, declared that the sit-in would end according to the words given to the legislature.

Dr Qadri was joined by the pioneers of Jamaat-e-Islami, PML-Q, MQM, Majlis-e-Wahdat-ul-Muslimeen and Awami Muslim League.

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