Won't compromise on anything other than retribution: Qadri

Dunya News

Qadri says PAT can take revenge in 7 days but dont want to break in the law

LAHORE (Dunya News/Web Desk) – Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri said on Saturday that they would not compromise on anything other than retribution and they can revenge in seven days but don’t want to break the law, reported Dunya News.

Qadri was addressing his followers in different cities as he said that his workers made history by showing up in big number. He said that their protest was for country’s security and they would not take law in hand, because it would give Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif an excuse to run away.

He said that they were not allowed to file First Information Report (FIR) nor they were given an impartial Joint Investigation Team (JIT). He added that families of martyrs were not given justice.

Qadri also said that they want blood for blood, life for life and head for head. He also reminded that General Raheel Sharif had helped in filing the FIR of model town incident and also promised that justice would be given. He asked that terrorism was eradicated from Waziristan but when would it be eradicated from Punjab.

He said that nurseries of terrorists are in Punjab and also questioned that why India is protecting Nawaz Sharif’s government. He also asked why are there blasts when Nawaz’s government is in danger and why PM is quiet when Indian secret agents are caught in Pakistan.

Qadri said that government made efforts to make sure that National Action Plan (NAP) fails and asked how many meetings were called after it was made. He also said that special courts were not allowed to run and their funding was stopped.

Qadri also said that kidnappers go to Faisalabad after their activities and Punjab is No.1 in abductions, fakemedicines, unkosher meat and Rs 30 billion were wasted in “Cheap Bread” scheme but people in assembly were quiet.

Qadri said that Punjab is under a debt of Rs 1000 billion but nobody is asking questions and if elections would be held in 2018, Pakistan would become “Sharif Kingdom”, all the institutions would be finished and Pakistan Army would turn into Punjab Police, people would commit suicides. He asked that Dubai Steel mill was sold in 1981 and Jeddah mill was bought in 2001. If money reached Jeddah 19 years later, why was it not mentioned in assets. PM could be disqualified because of that speech.

Qadri questioned that why all institutions were quiet despite 150 corruption cases against Sharif and questioned how much more would the nation tolerate corrupt politicians.