Dr. Qadri is currently on a week-long visit to Delhi to attend International Sufi Conference scheduled on March 20.
More than personal relations being developed btwn leaders of two nations…(contd): Tahir-ul-Qadri (Pak Politician) pic.twitter.com/PXZmkSYVfD
— ANI (@ANI_news) March 14, 2016
Speaking to Indian news agency, Qadri insisted that it’s relationship between people of Pakistan and India that need to be developed. “I am not a president, nor prime minister… this needs to be settled between governments,” he added.
The PAT chief said: “Be it Kashmir issue, Pathankot or Mumbai attacks, there should be talks like a good neighbor.”
Dr. Qadri was on the forefront with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan in a months-long protest aimed at toppling the government in 2014. The protest movement continued for 128 days.