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Imran, Qadri should explain motives of London plan: Irfan Siddiqui
21 Sep 2014
Islamabad, Prime Minister’s Special Advisor on National Affairs Irfan Siddiqui has said Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri should explain motives of their London plan to the public. In an interview with a TV Chennel on Sunday he said that two protesting leaders tell the people as to who is behind their London meeting and hidden […]
D-Chowk drive’ movement of capitalists: Ghinwa Bhutto
20 Sep 2014
Garhi Khuda Bux : The ‘D-Chowk drive’ is the movement of capitalists and struggles for peoples’ right cannot be run from bullet-proof containers, said Pakistan Peoples’ Party-Shaheed Bhutto (PPP-SB) Chairperson Ghinwa Bhutto. She was addressing a gathering to observe the 18th death anniversary of PPP-SB founder Mir Murteza Bhutto here on Saturday which was […]
Country economy suffering greatly because of sit-ins: Khursheed Shah
19 Sep 2014
Islamabad : Opposition Leader in the National Assembly (NA) Khursheed Shah has alleged that country economy is suffering greatly because of the sit-ins. He stated this while addressing the joint session of the Parliament on Friday. ?Only Parliament has the right to decide who will be the prime minister, a few thousands cannot stage a sit-in […]
ADB warns Pakistan’s economy could suffer from political impasse
17 Sep 2014
Islamabad – Asian Development Bank President Takehiko Nakao warned Wednesday an ongoing political impasse could damage Pakistan’s recently stabilised economy, as the country’s finance minister said Islamabad would miss its growth target due to recent floods. Speaking at a joint press conference, Nakao and finance minister Ishaq Dar praised the government of Prime Minister Nawaz […]
Qadri demands JIT to probe into Lahore shooting incidents
17 Sep 2014
Chakwal : Chief of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Dr Tahirul Qadri Wednesday called for Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to probe into Lahore and Islamabad shooting incidents. Speaking to his party workers he again demanded immediate arrest of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and others nominated in the FIR of murder of the […]
Pakistan protesters press fresh murder charges against Sharif
17 Sep 2014
Islamabad - Anti-government protesters in Pakistan have pressed fresh murder charges against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, police confirmed Wednesday, as demonstrations that rocked the capital last month appear to lose steam. The case relates to the deaths of three people in clashes with police that took place on the night of August 30 after the […]
Extremism threat to humanity: JUP leader
16 Sep 2014
KARACHI, Extremism is a grave threat for whole humanity, and attacks on scholars, shrines of saints, government installations and law enforcers are intolerable, said leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) Allama Qazi Ahmed Noorani. While addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club (KPC), he said aggressive speeches, hatred literature and banned outfits have put […]
PTI Chief levelling baseless allegations: Pervaiz Rashid
16 Sep 2014
Islamabad : Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Pervaiz Rashid has said that PTI Chief Imran Khan is levelling baseless allegations on daily basis but is unable to prove his claims in courts. Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Tuesday evening, he said latest is the allegation that 17 bodies of those who died […]
PAT Chief says rulers have little time to go
16 Sep 2014
Islamabad : The Chief of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Allama Tahirul Qadri has said that the parliament has gone numb and deaf eared common man?s issues. He said that few days left till the Prime Minister departs. Addressing the participants of sit-in in Islamabad on Tuesday he said that the parliament has gone numb and deaf eared […]
Dr. Tahirul Qadri calls off currency campaign
15 Sep 2014
Islamabad, PAT Chief Dr Tahirul Qadri has announced to take back his call for writing “Go Nawaz Go” on currency notes. “After the statement of the State Bank governor in keeping with the law, I take back my call,” he added. On the other hand Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has cautioned Pakistan Awami Tehreek chief […]
Govt, protesting parties should adopt give and take policy: Altaf
15 Sep 2014
KARACHI, Addressing the government and the leaders of the political parties that are protesting for their demands in Islamabad Muttahida Quami Movement leader Altaf Hussain has said that they must show patience and seriousness and adopt the principle of ‘give and take’ and restart the dialogue process immediately. In statement issued from London, Hussain […]
Writing on currency note is illegal: Dar
15 Sep 2014
Islamabad ,Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has cautioned Pakistan Awami Tehreek chief Tahirul Qadri against misleading people by asking them to write slogans on currency notes. In a statement, he said writing on currency notes is illegal and would render the notes invalid. Ishaq Dar said such notes would neither be acceptable as legal tender by […]
MPA inspects family parks
14 Sep 2014
KARACHI, Member Provincial Assembly (MPA) Sindh, Nishat Muhammad Zia Qadri, on Sunday urged local government institutions to ensure healthy and green environment in Korangi. During his visit to family parks and public welfare Gymkhana in Shah Faisal Colony along with Administrator District Municipal Corporation (DMC) Korangi Abdul Rashid Khan and Municipal Commissioner (MC) Masroor Memon, […]
Pakistan protest talks deadlocked after arrests
14 Sep 2014
Islamabad : Talks to end a month long sit-in by anti-government protesters in Pakistan were deadlocked Saturday after authorities arrested dozens of demonstrators, some of whom were accused of storming a TV station. Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and populist cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri have gathered thousands of supporters in Islamabad since August 14 calling on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to […]
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14 Aug 2014
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13 Aug 2014
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Long March Special – 12th August 2014
13 Aug 2014
Muhammad Ijaz Chaudhry PML-N, Fauzia Kasuri PTI, Andleeb Abbas PTI, Ali Zaidi PTI and Omar Cheema PTI in fresh episoe of Long March Special on Express News and talk with Imran Khan.
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10 Aug 2014
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Tahir ul Qadri on Sunday led thousands of supporters at the start of a protest march on the capital Islamabad to demand key reforms before looming elections.
Hundreds of cars, buses and trucks carrying around 7,000 people left the easternmost city of Lahore, expected to grow in number as they passed through towns and villages en route to Islamabad, accompanied by a heavy security presence.
By late Sunday the march had reached the town of Kamoke, some 50 kilometres (31 miles) north of the city, and organisers claimed that up to 200,000 people had joined the slow-moving caravan.
The number of protesters could not be verified independently and police declined to give any estimates.
Tahir-ul Qadri, who is leading the march, accuses the government of being corrupt and incompetent, and argues that Pakistan must enact “meaningful” reforms before general elections, which are scheduled to be held within eight weeks after parliament disbands in mid-March.
The government says Qadri, an Islamic scholar who preaches against terrorism and who returned to Pakistan only last month after years in Canada, is part of a dangerous conspiracy designed to postpone elections and grab power.
Interior minister Rehman Malik on Sunday again warned of a terror threat to protesters, saying he had “credible” intelligence reports that Qadri would be targeted in a possible attack.
The authorities have sealed off the main approaches to Islamabad and warned that the Taliban could attack the march, leading to the closure of schools, businesses and embassies on Monday when the rally is expected to arrive.
“I am declaring it democracy march,” Qadri, bespectacled and with a closely cropped white beard, told reporters as activists carried green and white Pakistani flags and a mock coffin to symbolise the “redundant system”.
“This is a march for protection of human rights, elimination of poverty, supremacy of constitution, rule of law and end of corruption,” Qadri said.
He wants an independent caretaker government, set up in consultation with the military and judiciary, when parliament disbands and before elections.
If polls are held on time, it will mark the first time that a democratically elected civilian government hands over to another democratically elected civilian government in Pakistan, which has seen four military dictators.
Qadri has called for an end to corruption and for electoral reforms to be enacted to allow honest candidates to stand and win, but he has not engaged in specifics.
He has likened his efforts to the Arab spring, but insisted it will not be bloody as it was in Egypt, Libya or Syria.
Pakistan suffers from crushing problems — a flagging economy, a Taliban and Al-Qaeda-linked insurgency, record attacks on Shiite Muslims and an energy crisis.
“My word revolution means come to peace and security and to eradicate and remove all kind of terrorism, radicalism, extremism and corruption,” Qadri told AFP on Friday.
Police said 10,000 officers had been deployed along the route of the march for the security of the protesters and that an elite commando squad would guard Qadri.
The rally is expected to converge outside Islamabad from various starting points in Punjab.
Political analyst and retired lieutenant general Talat Masood told AFP he believed Qadri had been “dropped from a parachute” to try to disrupt the political process.
Commentators have questioned how Qadri has been able to whip up such large crowds and raise so much money so quickly after returning from Canada.
“It’s the same thinking as in the past, to bring a technocrat who comes and brings changes and reforms, improves the economy and focuses on militancy,” said Masood.
“I would say that certain elements within the military may have an interest, plus the bureaucracy, plus the businessmen who are not getting energy, gas and face difficulty,” he added.