Addressing his supporters atop his container at D-Chowk, Islamabad, the PAT chief said no nation could be awaken if they became slaves deep down in their mind. The whole country is now echoing with ‘Go Nawaz Go’, he added. “The revolution will soon be turned into storm.”
The PAT chief told his supporters that the court had lifted Section-144 in the capital city till September 29, therefore, marchers could leave and take part in the sit-in any time.
Dr. Qadri said Election Commission of Pakistan kept the elections-2013 report in hiding, which had now been made public. The report was uploaded on a website in the dark of night, he lamented.
He said even the IDPs protested against the government for its alleged malpractices.
“We will turn this wave of awareness into a storm in two to three days,” said Dr. Qadri. He regretted that only one per cent of the GDP was being spent on health sector, thus making lives of people miserable.
He said, after the revolution, a capital city would be established in every district of the country.