Pakistan, Rawalpindi News : Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) leader Dr. Tahir ul Qadri claimed that there was neither democracy nor any system in the country.
“There is nothing like democracy in the country. There is nothing like system in the country,” Dr. Qadri said while addressing a large rally at Liaquat Bagh in Rawalpindi.
“No parliament exists in this country. The present parliament came into existence through violating Article 63 and 63,” he said.
Dr. Qadri said that hundreds of thousands of people were attending the rally. “I want to show people’s power by staging today’s rally.”
“Time has come to rebuild Pakistan as some families are occupying the country,” Qadri added.
The PAT leader announced that he would soon return to Pakistan and give a call for the final phase of his peaceful revolution to transfer power back to people.
He rejected criticism about leading the campaign from Canada. “It is the right of people to reject or accept my call from Canada. If they respond to my call, nobody else has the right to object,” he said.
“This parliament came into existence through Article 213 of the Constitution. It is not an unconstitutional parliament.”