Dr Qadri undeterred by govt offensive, vows not to pull out

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek chief Dr. Tahirul Qadri said on Sunday that cases will be filed against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and other ministers concerned for murder charges, ARY News reported.

No force can now save them [rulers] from hanging, he told his supporters here.

The PAT chief said the administration had sent Punjab police for launching offensive against the peaceful protesters.

“It is a joint battle of me and Imran.” He made it clear that no talks would be held with the government and calls for resignations of the PM and other ministers were now irrevocable.

He said a tear gas shell landed inside his container. “My eyes were recently operated upon and tear gas shells seriously affected me,” he added.

Soon success will knock your doorsteps, the PAT chief told his supporters. He said those ‘cowards’ would not get a chance to come out of their homes in Raiwand.

He asked police and leaders to forget that protesters would backtrack after the state use of force. Dr. Qadri also congratulated his workers for their struggle.