Qadri’s verdict: 90mins deadline to Government

ISLAMABAD: Allama Tahirul Qadri gave a final 90 minutes deadline until 3pm today to the government to act upon his demands, else he will take an action, reported Aaj news.

During his address today, He declared that this is the last day of sit-in, if president do not come forward for the talks or he will lose the last chance of ‘saving peace’ in Pakistan.

The long march of Minhaj ul Quran chief Dr. Tahirul Qadri entered its fourth day as a heavy rain hit the federal capital here Thursday.

Tahir-ul Qadri addressed the crowds gathered on a main thoroughfare of the heavily fortified capital.

Meanwhile his supporters have pledged to show determination till their demands are met as the nation has suffered enough due to corrupt politicians.

Qadri said the country was not being governed under a democratic system and instead barbarity was the order of the day.

The TMQ chief questioned as to how were the “terrorists” entering the country, adding that brutality was at its extreme in Pakistan.

Qadri moreover claimed that members of the Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf (PTI) were also participating in the sit-in.