Issues with Tahirul Qadri partially settled: Punjab governor


Issues with Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri have partially been settled while negotiations might begin with Imran Khan as well, said Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar on Sunday while addressing a public gathering after visiting the flood victims of his hometown Pir Mahal to distribute Eid gifts and food aid among them.

Sarwar said that the sit-in protests are damaging Pakistan’s economy as the country has suffered a loss of billions of rupees.

He further said that the load shedding could have been brought under control if dams were constructed, adding that floods could also be prevented.

Speaking about the country’s ongoing political crisis, he said that there is no rule of law or system of justice in the country. He remarked that the electricity production could have been brought down to four rupee per unit in case damns were constructed.

Criticising the system of justice in Pakistan, he said that the rapists are not arrested and roam around freely. He said that the government is ready to support the people in the times of crisis and that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) would go overboard to help the flood-hit. He promised that the government would make sure that not even a single flood victim is ignored.

The district administration had tightened the security in Pir Mahal prior to governor’s visit.


  1. The Punjab Governor may also find his Chief Minister is a criminal and a complete fraud who has gobbled and guzzled huge amounts of public money and committed public massacre and assassination.It will surely be right and proper his Chief Minister receives a public rebuke and censure from him

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