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September 22, 2019
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Tahirul Qadri agrees to give PM Nawaz ‘one more month’

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri on Satursday offered that he would give one more month to Prime Minster Nawaz Sharif if he resigns from his post and appoint new PM from his political party.

Tahirul Qadri urged Pakistan PM to resign from his post in order to save democracy.

He threatened that locals would exhibit their power for their rights if resignation decision is not worthful for PM Nawaz Sharif.

While starting his address before PAT workers in Islamabad, Tahirul Qadri ordered party activists to roll up all camps after ending of his speech today.

Tahirul Qadri has presented relatives of a gang-rape victim from Punjab province before the march participants and vowed to take revenge at any cost by the culprits.

He said that the gang-rape victim had allegedly attempted suicide via burning herself today after non-provision of justice while the culprits allegedly declared ‘innocent’ by the police department.

He said, ‘I sends damn on the current democracy failing to provide justice to its locals’.

Qadri claimed that all participants of the sit-ins are not the party workers but also the victims of Pakistan seeking justice from the higher authorities.

He alleged that Pakistani rulers used the Constitution for shielding the feudalism in the country but not to protest poors.

Qadri also invited police officials to join his party-led ‘Revolution March’.

Tahirul Qadri asked police officials to join marchers, said that they should not be worried about their police uniforms as it will be returned after revolution.

He claimed, ‘So-called democracy is taking its last breath.’