Long March

PAT granted permission for public meeting in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Capital administration has granted permission to Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) for holding a public meeting in Islamabad, ARY News reported on Friday.

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PAT leader Ahmed Nawaz Gandapur had submitted a request to the capital’s administration seeking permission to hold a public meeting in the city.

According to sources, the local administration has granted permission to the PAT for the public meeting.

PAT’s Inqilab March led by Dr. Tahirul Qadri had stayed at Kharian on Thursday night.

Tahirul Qadri addressing the participants of the march said that the workers of PAT facing the worst state oppression.

Talking on the Model Town firing incident, Qadri claimed that the number of martyred PAT workers was not 14, but between 40 to 50. He said the FIR of the incident yet to be registered.

Qadri claimed his Inqilab March has been constitutional and democratic and called it the largest in Pakistan’s history.


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