ISLAMABAD: Upbraiding the man at the helm of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri counseled him to shut up and termed his politics a product of the National Reconciliation Order (NRO).
Addressing the participants of the sit-in opposite Parliament House, he said Asif Ali Zardari should silence his wagging tongue, asserting, “I know you(Zardari) inside out and the reality of Pakistani origin of your children.”
It should be mentioned here that the former President, in his media talk, signaled Islamabad protesters are not Pakistanis and working on foreign agenda.
Exasperated over Zardari’s utterances, Dr. Qadri remarked that the difference between him (Qadri) and the PPP co-chairman is that one among the two siphoned off pots of money from the national coffers into Swiss banks; while, the other, whether he lives in country or abroad, always cherishes and nurtures the country.
The PAT chief said Zardari and Nawaz Sharif are similar in character; but the PAT, as and when hits the field, will wipe the two out.
Dr. Qadri said he knows the nitty-gritty of his (Zardari’s) corruption, his Swiss bank accounts and Surrey Palace, wondering as to how could those speak whose political existence owes entirely to the NRO and who stepped into politics by getting their corruption cases struck off.
“We will kick away this NRO, as PAT is not a product of this NRO nor will it ever be in future,” Dr. Qadri asserted.
The PAT chief declared that the culture of taking turns, will be abolished from the politics once and for all.
He also drew the protesters attention towards the fact that Pakistan has the highest number of polio cases across the globe.
Earlier, beginning his speech, Dr. Qadri argued it appeared that the nation plunged into deep slumber through a tranquilizer; but, the PAT sit-in awakened every Pakistani.
Tahirul Qadri furthermore expressed his resolve, saying the nation will stay alert on their mark henceforth; and, the robbers will have to be sedated into deep sleep for good.
Offering his firm pledge that he will rid the nation of political thugs and looters after winning the elections, the PAT chief maintained the parties that won elections, never implemented what they promised in their manifestoes.