Sharifs will not get NAP implemented: Tahirul Qadri


Chairman of Pakistan Awami Tehreek Dr. Tahirul Qadri chaired a joint meeting of the Central Executive Council and Central Working Council.

He stated that he had informed the people of Pakistan six months ago that the rulers were not sincere in implementing the National Action Plan and would never it succeed.

Talking to media, he said that the army was alone in the war against terrorism.

He further said that all the leaders who get funds from abroad, no matter which party, religious or political, should be awarded death sentence for this crime.

He said that the Sharif Brothers were playing politics on the NAP and were hoodwinking the army and the nation on the issue as they were in fact supporters of terrorists’ outfits and used terrorism to tame their opponents and for coming into power.

He said their communications with terrorist outfits is an open secret. He said that his opinion in this regard was supported by the comments of Supreme Court of Pakistan

Dr. Tahirul Qadri said that over six months have passed and not an ounce of work has been done on the NAP. He pointed out that funds continued pouring from abroad for the terrorists and the registration process of those religious seminaries which preach and distribute hate material had not even started. He further added that NACTA has not started its work and there has been no change in the syllabus of schools and seminaries.

Qadri said that it was the duty of the government to protect the rights of the minorities yet nothing has been done. He further said that reforms have not been suggested for revamping of the justice system. He remarked that so far no action has been initiated to stop the use of internet and social media by the terrorist organizations. .

Dr. Tahirul Qadri said that instead of implementing the NAP the Sharifs have left the nation at the mercy of terrorists and were busy in amassing commissions and kickbacks by making metro bus services, motorways and politically motivated election plans.