Qadri vows to hold long marches in every Pak city
Lahore: Tehreek-e-Minhajul Quran chief Tahirul Qadri has said that the long march in Islamabad was only the "beginning", and now his Awami Tehrik party would hold long marches in every city of the country, if required.
Qadri said that the end of Islamabad long march was initiation of his struggle against corruption and the corrupt. He said he was in favour of democracy "but not the democracy of the plunderers", the Daily Times reports. Qadri claimed that martial law would have been imposed if he did not announce to end his long march for five more minutes. He said a petition would be filed for dissolution of the Election Commission of Pakistan.
Qadri announced that the next phase of his march would start soon, and urged people to be ready to get out of their homes.
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