Karachi: Pakistan’s former prime minister and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Saturday that revolution could not be brought by madrasa pupils, referring to the January 14 long march of Tahirul Qadri.
Talking to the media at Karachi airport, Gilani said Tahirul-Qadri did not have support of any political party. He alleged that Qadri did not have any solid agenda, because if he had one, he would have gained public support.
He added that Qadri’s long march would be fruitless. “It is his delusion to create uprising with the help of madrasa students.”
Gilani said that protesters’ security would be a big question mark given the country’s current law-and-order situation.