Tehreek-e-Minhajul Quran Founder Dr Tahirul Qadri has demanded the army to come forward to take control of the Quetta city as civil institutions have failed.
Qadri warned that current wave of terrorism in Quetta and rest of the country could resulted in division of the country, adding only army could protect the nation.
Criticizing judiciary he said the judiciary had released hundreds of terrorists who were involved in the worst terror activities in the country.
He said that the judiciary had freed 1200 militants and other 1800 under trial would also be released.
Qadri said that the government could not control the contemporary situation, adding that the terrorists were threat to the country’s entity.
He said that Pakistan was not created for the terrorists. “Pakistan and terrorists could not live together…protests should be continued till the detention of terrorists.”
He also directed his workers to join the sit-in and protest rallies across Pakistan over the killings of Hazara people in Quetta.
He expressed deep sense of grief and sorrow on the killings of members of Hazara community in Quetta.
“Those who committed this heinous crime are barbarians and a blot on the face and conscience of humanity,” he said.
He said that target killings and bomb blasts in Quetta was a well planned conspiracy against the integrity of Pakistan.
Qadri announced that his party Pakistan Awami Tehrik would participate in protest sit-ins to share the grief of the bereaved families.
He demanded of the government to wake up to challenge of terrorism and take urgent measures to protect the people from dastardly attacks.
He said that those who perpetrated these crimes against humanity should be brought to justice and made an example for others. He directed PAT workers to take part in the protest sit-ins organized across the country.