Talking to a private news channel,he said that attempts to harm democratic system would be foiled.He said politicians and analysts had pointed out that there was some linkage in the Long March and the court’s verdict because of their timings.
The minister said that situation of Islamabad should not be compared with that of Quetta. He said the Government had not received the Supreme Court verdict in rental power case and said media was creating hype on the issue.
Responding to a question, he said Tahir ul Qadri should register his party and participate in the elections if he wanted reform in the system.He said demands of Tahir ul Qadri were not in line with the constitutional provisions.
The Minister said the Government would deal with the sit-in of Tahir ul Qadri in accordance with the law. Leaders of different political parties have rejected the demands of Chief of Minhaj ul Quran Tahir ul Qadri as unconstitutional and undemocratic, he added.