Qadri demands support and vote from Faisalabad
FAISALABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahir-ul-Qadri on Sunday said that he will soon announce sit-ins across the country for revolution, ARY News reported.
Speaking at his party’s Faisalabad rally, Qadri demanded financial assistance and moral support from the participant and general citizens for success in next elections.
Qadri maintained that he is neither a feudal nor a capitalist, so if people will provide him with vote, support and note (money) he will give Jinnah’s Pakistan back to the people.
The revolutionary cleric promised to make Faisalabad, Sargodha and Multan into provinces if his party comes into power. Moreover, he vowed to make new divisions in Seraiki Belt according to the will of locals.
He said that his only crime is that he raised voice for the poor people of the country and was punished with the Model Town tragedy for the crime.
PAT chief said that if the current system remains in place, country will see further destruction.
PAT allies, SIC chief Hamid Raza, PML-Q leader Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi and MWM chief Raja Nasir Abbas also spoke on the occasion.