Long March

Dr. Qadri gives 48-hour ultimatum to govt to quit

ISLAMABAD: In what is being seen at an aggravating political scenario, Pakistani Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr. Tahirul Qadri gave 48-hour ultimatum to the government to accept their demands or face public reaction, ARY News reported.

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Addressing supporters on late Saturday at a sit-in at Khayaban-e-Suharwardi in Islamabad, Dr. Qadri reiterated his demand for resignation of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in no time.

He also asked both the leaders to voluntarily surrender before the law.

The PAT chief warned if the government did not dissolve assemblies along with resignation of the PM and CM Punjab, the public will decide subsequently the fate of leaders.

In the wake of deadline, he said, there is a threat of terrorism activity on PAT rally and sit-in.

The PAT head vowed that a case would be registered against Shahbaz Sharif, Nawaz Sharif and their cabinet. He referred the immigration officials not allow Rana Mashood, Rana Sanaullah and other PML-N involved in Model Town incident leaders to flee and arrest them.

He appealed people to come out of their homes to transform the revolution struggle into real success.

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