Tahirul Qadri to lead long-march without MQM

Friday, January 11th, 2013 4:52:12 by

Sticking to his demands, Minhajul Quran International chief Dr Tahirul Qadri has said that he will go ahead with his plans for long march to Islamabad on January 14.


Addressing a press conference, he said that Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) decision of not participating in the long march would not make any difference, long march will go ahead despite all odds, he repeated.


Qadri further said that his long march will be launched as per the schedule despite recent deadly terrorist attacks in the country. He also made it clear that unlawful tactics taken by the provincial Punjab and the federal governments will not discourage his commitment.


Qadri said that to call the long march ‘undemocratic’ is like insulting the judiciary and the constitution.


“The courts declared long-march lawful democratic and according to the fundamental rights provided by the Constitution of Pakistan. I would request the local and foreign media that they should speak of the judiciary rejecting these writ petitions,” he added.


He took exception to the Punjab government measures to create hurdles in the way of his long-march and said that the administration was directing the transporters to return advance money which they received to transport the participants of the march to Islamabad.


While condemning Quetta blasts, he said that the overall situation is under huge fear of terror. He said no one is safe in the country; either he is Muslim, Hindu, Christian or anyone else. He said that this is the complete failure of the government as the humanity is being slaughtered.


Strongly criticizing the government he noted, “The rulers are not capable to provided protection to the people of the country. The federal and Punjab government are promoting and protecting the terrorism. The government has lost legal, democratic, moral authority to rule the country.”


Given the years long wave of terrorism in the country, there are only two possibilities: either the government is supporting terrorists or it has completely failed to control them, he alleged. The MQI chief said that in both the scenarios, the government has no legal or moral authority to stay in power.


The fiery religious leader insisted that electoral reforms have become necessary to ensure such corrupt and shameless leaders don’t come to power again.


Qadri said that President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah would be responsible if any untoward incident occurred during the long-march.

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2 Comments for “Tahirul Qadri to lead long-march without MQM”

  1. Abbas Raja

    Welldone Qadri sahib, May Allah Bless you

  2. S Butt

    Qadri is a forign agent, his tactics are not democratic and he is trying to jump queue, he should have gone for election not fucking long march type of crap, that piece of shit cant bring revolution.

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