Qadri presents ‘Charter of Demands’

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri on Saturday presented ‘Charter of Demands’ of the Inquilab March, Geo News reported.

Addressing the marchers here, Qadri paid rich tribute to the martyrs of Model town tragedy.

Demands of Qadri

PAT chief said the first demand of the rally is resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif over Model town tragedy. He also demanded the arrest of Sharif brothers as per law of the land.

The parliament and provincial assemblies be dissolved as these are formed unconstitutionally. He said the sit-in would continue till assemblies are dissolves.

A new national government should be formed for democratic reforms.

The names of Sharif brothers and the cabinet members be placed on Exit Control List (ECL).

Corrupt politicians, technocrats and bureaucrats be made accountable.

More provinces be created as there is need of it on administration basis. There should be 23 provinces.

Complete protection should be provided to minorities.

Local government elections should be held.

Terrorism and extremism should be eliminated from Pakistan.

Free education must be provided to every child.

Earlier, he congratulated Inquilab March participants over the court order against Sharif brothers.

Qadri asked police to register case against Prime Minister, Chief Minister and others or face the consequence.

He said he delayed his speech scheduled at 4:00PM due to Imran Khan’s expected address to the marchers at 3:00PM.

He assured that PAT workers would not inflict loss of even a penny to the shopkeepers.

During his speech, a suspected person with pistol was held by PAT workers. He was presented before Qadri, who hugged him and pardoned him.