PESHAWAR - In order to participate in Tehreek-e-Minhaj-ul-Quran long march, about 700 women activists left Peshawar for Islamabad on Monday.

TMQ’s Chief Dr Tahirul Qadri has given a call for long march on Islamabad to outs present government and introduces more reforms in the election system. Led by Tahirul Qadri, tmarchers have started their journey from Lahore on January 13.

To join them, about 700 women activists of TMQ women wing’s left for Islamabad under the president ship of Mrs. Mueen, the provincial head of KPK TMQ women wing. Talking to media persons, she said that they were going to participate in Qadri’s long march.

She added that they wanted to change the existing corrupt system and observe solidarity with the TMQ Chief Allama Tahirul Qadri. She alleged that government has been trying its level best to create hurdles in the way of marchers. She said that after being pressurized by government, public transporters have refused to go with then and that’s why they were now going to Islamabad by their own vehicles.