Qadri's 'million man' march reaches Islamabad

MQI carava­n reache­d Islama­bad from Lahore via GT Road.

Web Desk January 14, 2013
Supporters of Tahirul Qadri wave Pakistani flags during a protest in Islamabad. PHOTO: REUTERS

ISLAMABAD: Minhajul Quran International’s (MQI) “million man” march entered Islamabad on Monday evening, Express News reported.

While speaking to the media on his way to Islamabad, MQI Chief Tahirul Qadri reiterated that no power can stop his revolution.

He said the blockages should be removed before his caravan reaches the rally point or the government will regret its decision.

The MQI caravan reached Islamabad from Lahore via GT Road.

‘Long march an international conspiracy’

Interior Minister Rehman Malik said Qadri’s long march was a part of an international conspiracy to destabilise Pakistan, Radio Pakistan reported.

He was speaking to journalists after inspecting the security measures taken for the long march.

Malik also expressed suspicion over Qadri’s source of funding.


Midas | 9 years ago | Reply

@jawed sarwar: but what about his own corruptions and lies, are we now reconciling with selection of lesser evil?

Something Clever | 9 years ago | Reply

@Nonsense: 1/20 0.05 ...or whatever style someone would prefer to use to say "the name is so misleading it's sad"

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