Pakistan

Qadri urges people to come out on streets against rulers

LAHORE: While announcing schedule of his protest movement, Chairman Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Tahir-ul-Qadri on Sunday said people should come out of their houses and snatch power from cruel rulers, ARY News reported.

“You cannot get rid of the system of cruelty and oppression and the cruel rulers by sitting at homes. All should get out of their houses in unison and become power of oppressed,” he said while addressing a rally in Lahore.

“If you kept crying by sitting in your houses, then children will continue to be kidnapped from every street,” he said.

The PAT chief said the parliament which badmouthed its own army could not be called a democratic institution.
Tahir-ul-Qadri also announced schedule of his protest movement against the killings of Model Town victims.

According to the schedule, protests would be held in Multan on August 25, Gujranwala on August 27 and then in Rawalpindi. After that, protests will be held across Balochistan and Quetta on August 29.

This should be noted that during a political turmoil on June 17, 2014, at least 14 PAT workers were killed and dozens sustained injuries during clashes with the Punjab police once they tried to remove barriers outside Qadri’s residence in Model Town of Lahore.

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