Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Tahirul Qadri has rebuffed the media reports about “ending dharna,” saying that all such reports are baseless. “Neither we going to end the sit-in, nor there is any deal going on between us and the government,” he declared, adding that the sit-in would continue definitely.
PAT chief Allama Tahirul Qadri stated this while talking to media men prior to living for Islamabad here on Friday.
He held that false statements given by Javed Hashmi and allegations levelled by him with reference to London Plan and dharnas by PAT and PTI led to his failure in elections. “People have proved there is no place in the country for conspirators like Javed Hashmi,” he remarked.
He claimed that the Faisalabad public meeting had turned to be a referendum against the opponents. He regretted that flood affected people in Jhang and Chiniot districts were passing through miserable situation, adding that the cheques which were disbursed by the government to the affectees were not being cashed. Dr Qadri claimed that the government’s claims regarding provision of financial assistance to the affectees were false. “The assistance the government claimed to have provided to flood-hit people has gone into the pockets of corrupt rulers,” Dr Qadri alleged.
About PAT October 19 public meeting at Minar-e- Pakistan, the PAT chief said that no one could break record of public meeting organized by his party on December, 23, 2012, adding that his party was going to break its own record on October 19, at Minar-e-Pakistan. “This public meeting will set the direction of future politics of the country, he stated.