Qadri claims he will change system if gets 2/3 majority in polls

BHAKKAR: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Tahirul Qadri has said that he would unite Sunni and Shia sects in the country if the masses voted him to power.

Addressing the participants of rally in Bkakkar here Sunday, Qadri claimed that he would change the system if people voted him in 2/3 majority, which required from Karachi to Peshawar for coming into power.

Qadri introduced PAT candidate Nazar Abbas for by-polls on November 29 and said he wants to make the society a ‘Hussaini society’, referring to Imam Hussain (R.A).

He said 90-day sit-in and sacrifices have awakened the sleeping people, adding that after Islamabad he was launching Inquilab from Bkakkar.

Qadri lauded the role of martyred of the movement and said two martyred belong to Bhakkar. He asked people to vote for the PAT candidate in the by-elections.

PAT chief said he was fighting the war of poor people for the sake of Allah Almighty.