Qadri denies deal with govt

LAHORE, Oct 27 (INP): Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) head Allama Tahir-ul-Qadri has denied reports that he had struck a deal with the government to end his sit-in.

Speaking to media persons in Lahore, Qadri said that he would pay Rs50 million to any one who proved that any such agreement/deal existed.

“I am going abroad to organize PAT’s set-up. After a fortnight, I’ll be back to lead the people from the front, he said.

He said that he would fly to the US tonight and then move to Canada on Nov 23. “After a three-day stay in Canada, I will return to Pakistan.”

The PAT leader said that no container was placed in the Britain to stop Kashmir Million March.

“We have launched a political struggle to bring about a revolution through the power of vote,” he said. Qadri announced that public rallies would commence after Muharram.



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