LONDON: Dr Tahirul Qadri, patron of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), said Monday that no power on earth could stop him from returning to Pakistan.
Talking to media here, he again dismissed the notion he had travelled abroad as a result of a deal with the government.
“Is declaring me a proclaimed offender part of the deal?,” he questioned and added he would continue to visit Europe, North America and other countries as part of his international commitments relating to Minhajul Quran and his party.
Qadri dismissed the allegations that his party organized an attack on the parliament and state-run Pakistan Television headquarters in Islamabad.
Instead, he alleged, these attacks were planned by the government itself.
Referring to Model Town tragedy, Qadri said that his party has rejected the joint investigative team constituted by the Punjab government.
Qadri again appealed to the army chief to intervene to provide justice to the victims.
PAT chief is expected to arrive in Pakistan on November 20.