LAHORE - Minhaj-ul-Quran Chief Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has announced to return to Pakistan in November this year.
Addressing the worldwide Workers Conventions of MQI through video conferencing, he said: “The Central Working Council forbade me from coming to the country for the last three years, now I have decided to return in November 2012,” MQJ Chief Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri said.
Qadri said that real change would not come about by becoming part of the oppressive, exploitative and corrupt system but by launching a wholehearted struggle against it. He said that the system that characterized the running of the country was pro-elite and did not have either the support or participation of the masses in whose name it had been foisted upon them. He said that 180 people of the country were powerless having little access to any kind of rights, economic resources and opportunities of a decent and civilized life, for all the economic and political power remained concentrated in the hands of corrupt elite. He said that the situation had come to such a pass that the people had now started questioning the rationale of the establishment of the country.