To keep the Tehrik Minhaj-ul-Quran’s (TMQ) marchers at bay, a third layer of shipping containers has been lined up between D-Chowk and the sit-in site.
The authorities in federal capital are trying their best to stop the thronging sit-inners from making inroads towards the Parliament House or other sensitive establishments that fall in the Red Zone.
On the other hand dozens of TMQ‘s stick-wielding activists kept a vigil about the sit-in site all night long on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, tahirul Qadri delivered a sermon to his supporters on the second day of the sit in. He said that the long march was the harbinger of change, adding that those linking the Supreme Court orders with the sit in,had “mal-intentions and that they should be ashamed of themselves”. He added that “they say I knew about the SC’s decision. Honestly, I did not even know that the rental power plants case hearing was taking place.”
The TMQ chief also invited Imran Khan to join the sit-in. He said that the seven point agenda put forth by Imran Khan was apt and just for Pakistan, adding, that the fourth point of Khan was the a summary of TMQ’s demands.