Qadri announces to return to Pakistan in June
LONDON: The foundation of a grand opposition alliance has been laid as Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PMLQ) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) have agreed upon a ten-point agenda for the change of Government and administrative system of the country, while the PAT Chief has also announced to return to Pakistan in June, instead of July – ARY News reports.
According to details, PMLQ’s Chaudhry brothers and Dr Tahir ul Qadri agreed upon a ten-point agenda for the change of Government and administrative system of the country, here on Saturday.
Addressing a press conference along with Chaudhry brothers, Dr Tahir ul Qadri said that Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Dr Hassan Muhiuddin have been given the task of making contacts with other political parties, for the sake of a revolution in the country.
Elaborating the points of the agenda, Qadri said that the current system has failed to resolve the issues of the people and there is no presence of true democracy in the country.
He referred to the current Government as unconstitutional and illegal, for it was formed through rigging and unfair means.
The PAT Chief said that the formation of such a revolutionary government has become inevitable, which could provide accommodation, employment, free education and lands to farmers.
He told that a simple way of governing, eradication of corruption and utilization of mineral resources will serve as the sources for the accomplishment of this revolutionary agenda.
Moreover, Dr Tahir ul Qadri announced to return to Pakistan in June, instead of July, however the exact date of his return shall be announced later after due consideration.