Addressing the leaders and workers of PAT and MQI and the members of the Pakistani Diaspora community in the Spanish city of Barcelona, PAT Chairman Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that the PAT staged a sit-in against the corrupt and oppressive system in Islamabad. He said that the sacrifices of our workers would not go in vain, adding that the effects of the sit-in are bound to appear and rattle the status quo.
The central leaders of Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League undertook visits to various cities of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from August 16 to August 21. The MWL leaders namely Mrs. Farah Naz, Anam Riaz, and Saadia Hafeez visited Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Gojar Khan, Kamra, Attock, Wah Cantt., Taxila, Pindi Ghaip, Hazroo, Hassan Abdal, Fateh Jang, Abottabad, Mansehra, Havalian, Haripur, Nosharah and Peshawar.
n his message to the participants of the PAT rally held to mark the first anniversary of martyrs of Islamabad tragedy, PAT Chairman Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that we would continue to wage a struggle against the oppressive rulers and the corrupt system till the last drop of our blood to seek justice for the martyrs of the Model Town and the revolution march tragedies. He said that the PAT workers have neither got tired nor given in. He said that increasing disappointment of the people with the non-delivering system was at the back of the sit-in. He said that the rulers did the most brazen thing by raising baseless allegations against the army. He said that the awareness created by the sit-in is producing results in the form of tightening of noose around the neck of the economic terrorists.
On the special instructions of the PAT chief Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF), Friday, dispatched the first caravan of truckloads of relief goods to the flood-hit areas of the country. The relief goods consisting of food items and medicines have been sent to 25 union councils of Rajanpur, DG Khan and Muzaffargarh.