Lahore: Tehreek-e-Minhajul Quran Founder Dr Tahirul Qadri has demanded the army to come forward to take control of the Quetta city as civil institutions have failed.
Addressing a news conference in Lahore on Tuesday, Qadri said that the judiciary took suo motu notices by they gave no results. “Civil institutions have failed and notices make no change.”
He said that the judiciary had freed 1200 militants and other 1800 under trial would also be released.
Qadri said that the government could not control the contemporary situation, adding that the terrorists were threat to the country’s entity.
He said that Pakistan was not created for the terrorists. “Pakistan and terrorists could not live together…protests should be continued till the detention of terrorists.”
He also directed his workers to join the sit-in and protest rallies across Pakistan over the killings of Hazara people in Quetta.