Qadri says ‘monarchy strengthening’ in Pakistan
KARACHI: Chairman of Pakistan Awami Tehreek Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that the “culture of terrorism”, which started from Punjab, has now spread towards other parts of the country.
Qadri was speaking in a press conference at Khawaja House in Karachi after reaching Pakistan from Canada.
The PAT chairman claimed that Qatari royals have come to rescue Sharif Family in the Panamagate Case.
“The road to monarchy is being paved in the country,” he said.
Qadri said that he loved Sindh and felicitated the people of the province on Sindhi Cultural Day. He will address a public meeting at Karachi’s Nishtar Park on Sunday.
Earlier, The Awami Tehreek chief stated that Panama Leaks issue was becoming secondary in nature, with leaders not willing to pursue it.
The PAT chief was recently in London for some time to raise the Model Town killings issue at international forums.