Addressing the participants of the Inqilab March, Dr Tahirul Qadri lamented that today the Lahore Police has released Gullu Butt, whom the entire world had witnessed causing unrest in the Model Town. He said that this Gullu Butt is the true face of the present Nawaz-government, adding that the present government orders the police to arrest the innocent people by storming into their houses at night time.
The PAT chief said today only Gullu Butts can survive here and do business, while a gentleman is forced to leave the country.
He slammed the current rulers for declaring Islamabad sit-ins to be responsible of economic instability in state, saying that the rulers rob the national wealth, place incompetent people at key posts and declare the sit-ins to be responsible of the outcomes of their wrongdoings.
Dr Qadri cursed this Gullucratic system in the state and such a democracy which sets free such notorious criminals. He added that today the foreign investors do not wish to come to Pakistan, due to persisting lawlessness here.
The PAT chief said that millions of people have not been given basic facilities; patients are deprived of medicines, while the masses do not even have safe drinking water. He inquired the rulers is this bad governance also caused by the Islamabad sit-ins.
He also declined to accept the joint investigation team (JIT) formed to probe the murder case registered against the prime minister and 11 others.
Dr Tahirul Qadri said, “We will only accept an unbiased JIT for investigating the killing of three PAT workers in Islamabad”. He explained that the JIT should comprise of two officials each from ISI, MI, IB and the police.
He clarified that officials of the Punjab Police and Islamabad Police will not be accepted, and suggested the government to appoint police officials from some other province after consultation with PAT.
Moreover, the PAT chief criticized PM Nawaz Sharif over his claims to get Dr Aafia Siddiqui released from US detention. He inquired the PM to elaborate what efforts has he made for her release, after coming into power.