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Besieged capital braces itself for onslaught

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Besieged capital braces itself for onslaught.

MQI reaches Gujranwala

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Half a million from KP to join Qadri’s march

7 Jan

Half a million from KP to join Qadri’s march.

Half a million from KP to join Qadri’s march

7 Jan

Half a million from KP to join Qadri’s march.

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Half a million from KP to join Qadri’s march

7 Jan

Half a million from KP to join Qadri’s march

“We have planned to take half a million marchers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to Islamabad,” said Khalid Durrani, provincial chief of Pakistan Awami Tehrik, a political wing of TMQ.

The Tehrik’s massive publicity campaign for the proposed march would be launched in a few days, he said, adding that the drive to invite people to participate in the march, which is billed to match Tahrir Square, would start with wall chalking across the province, while pamphlets and leaflets would also be distributed in urban and rural areas.

Mr Durrani said that they had received instructions from the central headquarters to organise a rally of 500,000 people to Islamabad though they had limited resources.

Office-bearers said that the TMQ and its sister organisations, including PAT, had networks in some districts of the province, which organised relief activities in disaster-affected areas besides operating religious and secular educational institutions where they preached their ideology in congregations held separately for men and women.

Mr Durrani said that the TMQ had a proper network at ward level in Peshawar, Mardan, Hazara division and Dera Ismail Khan, but it had not been extended to other districts. In Fata, he said, the TMQ presently had no setup.

Despite the limited network, local leaders are optimistic to achieve the target to make the show successful. Mr Durrani claimed that there was great enthusiasm among masses, and workers of other political parties, including Awami National Party, Pakistan People’s Party and Pakistan Muslim League, would also join the march in Islamabad.

According to organisers, about 30,000 workers of TMQ, including women and children, had attended Allama Dr Tahirul Qadri’s public meeting in Lahore on December 23. They said that the TMQ had very committed workers, who reached Lahore congregation two days before the programme.

Brisk preparations are underway in the province for the long march in Islamabad, which Allama Qadri had declared Pakistan’s Tahrir Square. A big number of ulema and mashaikh representing different sects and members of minorities would also join the march, they said.

On the directives of the tehrik’s central headquarters donations are also being collected from the TMQ members.

Reception centres will be set up in different areas to facilitate people to get information about the rally.

“We don’t collect donations from general public and only the TMQ workers can donate,” Mr Durrani said, adding that people who would participate in the rally should take warm clothes and blankets with them. He said that the participants would get free food and accommodation in schools.

TMQ’s provincial chief Mushtaq Ali Khan Suhrawardy said that a massive publicity campaign for the proposed march would be launched in a few days. The workers, he said, would start wall chalking across the province while pamphlets and leaflets would also be distributed in urban and rural areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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people will stay in capital till final outcome: Tahirul Qadri

4 Jan

people will stay in capital till final outcome: Tahirul Qadri.

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people will stay in capital till final outcome: Tahirul Qadri

4 Jan

people will stay in capital till final outcome: Tahirul Qadri

LAHORE: Tehrik-e-Minhajul Quran Chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri has said that January 14 would bring about a revolution in the country, and the people of Pakistan will end the hegemony of the so-called political giants of the country.

Addressing the Ulema and Mashaikh Convention, held at the Minhajul Quran Secretariat in Model Town here on Thursday, Qadri said he would start his long march along with three million people, and their number would reach four million till the culmination of the march. “No one will return from Islamabad till the final outcome,” he declared.

Qadri said many political forces had staged long marches in the past and only a few thousand people were with them at the start of the long march. But he would start his journey from Lahore along with three million people, he added.

Qadri warned that if elections were held without reforms, it would be tantamount to breaking up Pakistan.

“If elections were held without reforming the electoral process, the same people would come to power and the unending hegemony of a few hundred people would continue to prevail in this country,” he added. He said he would prefer travelling with those participating in the long march.

He said Islamabad would turn into a ‘Tehreer Square’ on 14th of January and people present there would decide the fate of the country. “Millions of people in the long march would bring about a revolution,” he added. He said his call for the long march had disturbed those roaming the power corridors.

Dr Qadri said some political figures had got personal with him and started issuing false statements about his views and practices but that filthy campaign could not restrain him from his mission. “Your fowl language would not save your power on January 14,” Qadri warned.