Tahir-ul-Qadri, the chief Minhaj-ul-Quran International categorically refused to postpone long march saying his long-march could not be purchased. He reaffirmed his resolve thrice that the march would be held at any cost.
The TMQ leader said that he raised voice to get the people their due rights. He cleared all stake holders that no one could buy him and stop from holding long march.
Dr Qadri said that he could be died, but not be purchased. He challenged that no one could even buy his show.
After the meeting‚ the PML (Q) leaders told newsmen that the demands were under discussion with the President and the Prime Minister since yesterday and they conveyed the latest situation to Tahir ul Qadri.
They said as some progress has been made they wanted postponement of the March but Qadri said any agreement could take place before Parliament House in Islamabad at the conclusion of the March.
They said talks with Qadri would continue during March towards Islamabad.
Qadri said he listened to their view point but told them that there should be implementation mechanism and for this purpose there should be guarantees for implementation.