Punjab

Will Take the Protest to Its Logical End: Zardari, Qadri

The co-chairman Pakistan People’s Party Asif Ali Zardari and chairman Pakistan Awami Tehreek vowed that the protest for the justice for victims of Modal Town tragedy will be taken to its logical end.
They were addressing to joint press conference after meeting at Bilawal House in Lahore in which the tomorrow’s opposition parties sit-in came under discussion.
The former president Asif Ali Zardari commenting over the joint participation with PTI chairman Imran Khan in sit-in said that Imran was standing one side of the ring and “I am on the other side, therefore it will take time to come closer”.
Lashing out Sharif brothers Zardari said, “They only love with their rule and they are making all out efforts to safe it rather to protect country, however when the leaders of the PPP had been killed they only chanted the slogans only for Pakistan.
Reminding he rigging in previous election, he said that PPP would not allow to run ROs election in next election.
Talking on the occasion, Tahirul Qadri said that the address of Imran Khan and Asif Ali Zardari on the same time was not necessary, however there will be only one stage and both have to address standing on the same stage.
“We planned one-day sit-in, however it can be further extend as the situation emerged on the day,” he said responding over the question of duration of the sit-in.