Addressing the participants of the Inqilab March sit-in opposite Parliament House, he said the democracy is defined as good governance and transparency, adding democracy demands the devolution of powers to the grass-root level.
It is not democracy to hold elections every five years and reach the assembly with the fake vote, he added.
“The prevalent system will have to be transfigured for the sake of real democracy. The existence of democracy is not possible without the eradication of poverty and injustice,” the PAT chief asserted. He also delineated the post-revolution scenario and announced that after the success of the revolution, the homeless will be provided with houses, the poor will be furnished with loans on easy installments and the unemployed will be granted the employment allowance.
The basic amenities including education and free of cost healthcare facilities will be made available to the underprivileged, he added.
Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri declared that the hands of those found involved in corruption, will be broken; women will enjoy the equal rights; terrorism and extremism will be abolished from the country and sectarian killing will be considered an unpardonable offence.
Dr. Qadri pointed out that at least 70 Parliamentarians landed in the present assembly in stark contradiction with the Constitution.
Mian Nawaz Sharif seeks to establish an election commission of his choice in Gilgit-Baltistan in order to set up his government there; but, the people are raising ‘Go Nawaz Go’ slogans everywhere in the country, the PAT chief remarked.