Dr Tahirul Qadri declares retirement from legislative issues, PAT chairmanship
Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) boss Dr Tahirul Qadri on Saturday declared his retirement from Pakistani legislative issues and from his post as the gathering’s administrator.
In a message shared by means of video connect in Lahore, Dr Qadri stated: “I am resigning from Pakistani legislative issues, political exercises and from my post as PAT administrator.”
Dr Qadri said he was not giving over authority of PAT to his children, yet moving capacity to the gathering’s board.
Qadri established Minhaj ul Quran, a non-benefit giving instruction, religious and social administrations, in October 1981. He additionally established an ideological group, the PAT, in May 1989. The primary goal of the gathering was to guarantee the arrangement of peace for the overall population, regard for human rights, disposal of neediness and quality instruction for all.
In 1990, individuals from the PAT challenged for the general races and later on Qadri was chosen as an individual from the National Assembly. Nonetheless, he left his seat on November 29, 2004.