London- Inviting all the political units to join hands with him, Pakistan Awami Tehreek’s firebrand leader, Allama Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri, said that he was coming to Pakistan to blast off a regime-changing revolution, media reported today. “Even the mere anticipation of that uprising has plunged the government into the depths of a nerve-wracking panic,” Qadri told a private channel during an interview. The cleric said that he was trying to rally all the political forces into a grand alliance against the corrupt rulers of Pakistan. “Awami Muslim League’s Sheikh Rashid has always been a supporter of our revolution. I will also hold talks with opposition leaders including Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan in Pakistan,” PAT leader said. To a question concerning Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Abid Sher Ali’s money-laundering allegations, Qadri said that addressing (Abid Sher Ali) was far below him. “I just do not have the heart to counter personal attacks by someone who holds no value to me,” Dr Qadri said. He said that there was no stain of corruption on his soul. “The government will never be able to find anything that it can hold against me no matter what it does,” a surefooted Qadri declared.