ISLAMABAD: Founding chairman of Minhaj-ul-Quran International Dr Tahirul Qadri has announced to step down from the chairmanship of his political party, Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), ARY News reported on Saturday.
Tahirul Qadri, in his latest statement, said that he wants to spend his rest of life for highlighting the consciousness of Muslim Ummah, as well as focusing on authorship and compilation of different topics.
While criticising the present governance system, the PAT supremo said that Parliament is just a ‘debate club’ where people defend their interests. He added that the electoral system of the country is supported by rigging, corruption and robbery.
“The people who reached parliament change their parties like birds change their nests. The change is not seen anywhere which had been promised, however, the door of accountability is still opened.”
Qadri further said that he has prepared a ‘Quran Encyclopedia’ which contains 10 volumes while he is still working on writing a ‘Sunnah Encyclopedia’ which would contain 40 volumes.
Qadri predicted that the country’s politics is likely to head towards compromise instead of punishments as it is an unserious attitude for what the nationals witnessing in term of penalties to the former rulers.
He also criticised the silence of world powers over the brutalities continued in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir for more than a month.