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September 8, 2014

Qadri threatens to declare war against rulers if justice denied

 
September 8, 2014

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) head Allama Tahirul Qadri threatened to declare a war against rulers if marchers were not provided with justice.
“If we declare a war, whoever comes in front of us will be swept away,” Qadri said while addressing the participants of sit-in here on Sunday. “We will continue this struggle for rights even at the cost of our lives,” he said.
The PAT chief warned that if these unarmed protesters became ‘hungry lions’, nobody would be spared from their wrath. He rejected foreign media reports that people were brought to the sit-in on rent. Not a single person was paid for joining the Inqalab march, he stated.
Qadri said that he was fighting the war in line with the vision of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He termed the parliament as illegal and fake. “I want to demolish the incumbent system of oppression and replaced it with a genuine democracy.” He said that he wants a new social contract.