ISLAMABAD, Sep 4 (APP): Minister for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Senator Pervaiz Rashid Sunday said Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahir ul Qadri was once again in the country to do ‘politics of false allegations’.
Qadri had earlier come to the country twice and then fled after deceiving the masses and he would again do the same, the minister said talking to a private news channel.
He said Qadri, who was a ‘nang e watan’ (one who has no love for his motherland) and ‘nang e deen’ (one who has no faith), was levelling allegations against Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, who had done six atomic explosions in response to five of India.
Despite immense world pressure and temptation, Nawaz Sharif did not budge and went for the nuclear blasts keeping the larger national interests in view, he added.
The minister alleged that Qadri was a Canadian national,
which meant that he had taken oath of loyalty to the British Queen. It was strange that a person, who himslef was loyal to the British Queen, was hurling allegations against others, he added.
He said Tahir ul Qadri accumulated donations from the world
over and then came to Pakistan to play his ‘dirty game’.
He had established his institutions in 91 countries, including India, and all those countries provided him funds for speaking against Pakistan, he alleged.
Pervaiz Rashid said Qadri had visited India to pursue the authorities there for establishing his institution.
He said the entire nation would never forgive him for
levelling false allegations. He himself would approach courts and pursue the case against him exposing his false allegations before the people, he resolved.
The minister said the allegations levelled by Qadri in the
past had been exposed and likewise the ones hurled by him again would be proved false.
Commenting on the call of Pakistan Tehreek i Insaf chief Imran Khan for a march towards the residence of Prime Minister in Lahore, he said politics should be for the sake of politics and not to intrude into the personal life of opponents.
He said Imran should avoid throwing stones on others while sitting in the ‘house of glass’ or slinging mud while ‘standing in mud’ as the situtaion might be otherway round for him also.
If Imran decided to march on Raiwind then he should know the people would march on Banigala, he added.
He said in fact Imran was afraid of his declining popularity and was foreseeing defeat in general election 2018. Since his party was getting splitted as tug of war was going on among party leaders, that was why he was indulged in politics of allegations, he added.
Pervaiz said the so called movements of the PTI and PAT
would meet the same fate like that of their sit ins in 2014.