Tahir ul Qadri declares parliament as unconstitutional
LAHORE: Chief of Pakistan Awami Tehreek Tahir ul Qadri claimed that parliament is illegal and unconstitutional as 50 per cent of its representatives are tax defaulters, ARY News reported.
“According to Article 62-63, tax defaulter is not eligible for parliament”, he added.
Speaking to ARY News in Lahore, Tahir ul Qadri said that rally and protest on December 29 would be against corruption, inflation and the general election of 11 May, which was full of rigging.
He said that current government has no plan to provide relief to a common man from inflation and poverty. He said the well wishers of national institutes are being sidelined and not allow to do anything for the betterment of the institution.
Tahir ul Qadri revealed that PML-N government has appointed their personal employees as the head of different departments so that no can take any decision against them.