Dr Qadri says his departure will bring ‘bloody revolution’
ISLAMABAD: Dr. Tahirul Qadri on Tuesday claimed that once he leaves the sit-in, bloody revolution is bound to come, ARY News reported.
The bloody revolution will sweep away all the corrupt rulers and leaders from the country, he said while addressing his supporters at D-Chowk, Islamabad.
“Has it ever happened in the history that a case is registered against sitting prime minister and ministers?” he asked. He said a time could come when sit-ins would be staged in all parts of the country. He warned rulers to step down before such a juncture came.
The PAT chief said the sit-ins in Islamabad had given common men a sense of Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution. Dr. Qadri said he was fighting battle to make Pakistan a progressive and developed country.
He said serious results will come out once the inqilab march ends in Islamabad. “VIPs are now being thrown out of planes”. The credit for change in perception of people goes to the participants of sit-in.
He asked his supporters to stay at the sit-in camp, until he asked them to leave.