ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri on Sunday announced that the government had showed its readiness to hold talks by agreeing to get an FIR registered in the Model Town carnage.
“We are ready to talk even with the Sharifs if they come on my door for holding dialogue,” Qadri told his followers after holding meeting with Federal Railway Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq.
“If we don’t believe in dialogue process then we didn’t opted for it right from the beginning,” Qadri said and added that he was ready to hold negotiations with the government. “Our doors are always open for talks,” Qadri said.
Addressing his followers, Qadri advised them to remain determined and steadfast and asked the ‘Inqilab’ marchers to maintain patience and show courage.
Qadri vowed that none could block the revolution if the marchers bent upon it. He said he would prefer death to stopping to raise voice in favour of truth.
“Neither we are the ones for sale or fearful of any oppression nor the ones to bow down before the tyranny.” Dr Qadri said, “No one can stop us from our mission.”
About the success of revolution march, the PAT chief looked confident and made it clear that if he could not succeed in getting justice then parliament would become the graveyard of martyrs of revolution. He also declared that if he were killed then thousands of people would embrace martyrdom. “Our first demand is to get register FIR against the responsible of Model Town tragedy,” Qadri said.
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