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Malik warns TMQ against violation of law

January 13, 2013 - Updated 1650 PKT
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ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik said on Sunday that Dr Tahirul Qadri wanted to postpone election, Geo News reported.


Speaking to media, he said that law would take its own course if any individual taking part in the long march tried to take the law into their own hands.


Malik added that the long march would not be allowed to proceed further than Saudi-Pak Tower.


The Interior Minister claimed that five terrorists arrested from Karachi were to attack Qadri, adding that the cleric was not aware of government’s affairs. Malik also ridiculed Tahirul Qadri for his getup and said the cleric looks like ‘semi- pope’.


He said that Qadri was speaking lies and his pack of lies would be issued in the shape of a whitepaper. The minister also raised question as to how Qadri managed huge money.

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