Rawalpindi: Berelvi militant organization Pakistan Sunni Tehrik announced on Sunday that party would field candidates all over the country in the next general election.
Speaking at the ‘Azad Pakistan Conference’ at Liaquat Bagh, chief Pakistan Sunni Tehrik Sarwat Ijaz Qadri said that his party would participate in the next elections to bring the country back the path of development and peace. Hundreds of workers and supporters of the party from different areas of the city and other parts of the country took part in the conference. Others who addressed were Mohammad Shahid Ghori, Mohammad Shakeel Qadri and Mufti Hanif Qureshi.
Criticizing the role of Pakistan army and intelligence agencies including (ISI) in the politics chief Pakistan Sunni Tehrik Sarwat Ijaz Qadri said “The PST will not come into power with the help of intelligence agencies and army.”
He labelled the Difa-i-Pakistan Council formed by Ahle Hadith and Deobandi parties the “Fisad-i-Pakistan Council”, and accused it of causing terrorism in the country.
He also blamed government for passing ordinances in the dark of the night and running its affairs through them, instead of passing bills from the national and provincial assemblies.
He lashed out at the leaderships of PPP , PML-N and PTI said that people would not trust these parties because they failed to deliver. He said people would kick out the PPP and PML-N in the elections.
“The government and opposition are opposing each other in front of people but they are one,” he said.
He said politics was being done in the name of Balochistan but political leaders were not ready to give rights to the Baloch and solve their problems.