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Qadri (PAT) announces to end protest of Islamabad

PAT protest end in IslamabadISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri on Tuesday night announced an end to his party’s protest demonstration in the federal capital.

The announcement ends over two months of protest sit-in in Islamabad which set off a political crisis in the country.

The PAT leader at the same time also said that protests will now be held all over the country, which he termed as the “next stage of the revolution”.

“This sit-in has achieved its purpose, it has awakened the nation and played its role in the path of revolution,” Qadri told his supporters – many were women and some were in tears.

Soon after Qadri’s announcement, his supporters started packing up their camps and hugging one another goodbye.

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri on Tuesday night announced an end to his party’s protest demonstration in the federal capital.

The announcement ends over two months of protest sit-in in Islamabad which set off a political crisis in the country.

The PAT leader at the same time also said that protests will now be held all over the country, which he termed as the “next stage of the revolution”.

“This sit-in has achieved its purpose, it has awakened the nation and played its role in the path of revolution,” Qadri told his supporters – many were women and some were in tears.

Soon after Qadri’s announcement, his supporters started packing up their camps and hugging one another goodbye.