KARACHI – Chairman Pakistan Awami Tehreek Dr. Tahir Ul Qadri arrived back in Pakistan on Saturday.
Talking to newsmen at Karachi airport, PAT chief slammed the government for its inefficiency to combat terrorism and expressed that Pakistan was passing through a crucial time.
He stressed the need for a wide spread operation in Punjab.
“Operations took place in Karachi, Waziristan, Quetta and other parts of the country, but I think success will only be achieved if terrorism is eliminated from Punjab,” he said.
Qadri went on to say hat the rulers were trying to pave ways for ‘monarchy’ in the country. He said that the letter of Qatari prince presented before the apex court proved the corruption of ruling Sharif family.
“Their corruption has been exposed. Now it is test of the institutions,” he added.
The PAT chief further emphasized that nation must wake up for resolution of issues.
PAT chief would be attending ‘Seerat-Un-Nabi (PBUH)’ conference in Karachi on Saturday and would head to Lahore afterwards.