ISLAMABAD – State Minister for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali said on Saturday that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek leader Tahir ul Qadri's demands were unconstitutional.
In a statement the state minister said that both ‘Azadi March’ and ‘Inqilab March’ faced failure as the people had rejected both parties and did not participate in it. The minister said that people have rejected the politics of agitation. Abid Sher Ali said that parliament was the right forum for submitting demands rather staging unconstitutional protests on roads.
He said that reality of opportunists like Chaudhry brothers had been exposed before the people as nobody has allowed him to get into the truck during ‘Long March’. "The so-called marches and revolutions would come to an end" the minister said.