Lahore- Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Tahirul Qadri said today that he would consider his participation in PTI’s November 30 rally in Islamabad if he is invited by Imran Khan as reported ONLINE.
Talking to media before his departure to Bhakkar for a public rally later Saturday, the controversial cleric said that if PTI leadership invites him to participate in November 30 anti Nawaz government rally, he would consider it sincerely.
Replying to a question on the PAT’s relationship with PTI, Qadri said that he is in touch with Imran Khan and there are no differences between the parties.
The PAT chief reiterated that his destination is revolution and would not end his struggle until it is achieved. Qadri again rejected the government-formed Judicial Investigation Team (JIT) to probe Model Town incident dubbing it as a ‘Patiala House Plan’. He demanded the formation of new a JIT that should include members from prestigious intelligence agencies and police official from KPK province.
“Until Shahbaz Sharif resigns, we can’t expect transparent investigations,” he told media.
Qadri also said that the government has links with terrorists, alleging they killed a local PAT in Balochistan.
“PAT Balochistan President Umrani Baloch, his wife, and children all were killed in broad day light…we strongly condemned this incident,” he said.