“But, in other case, no one could stop me at any cost,” Minhaj ul Quran chief said while he is all set to leave for the country.
The scholar, with a lot of scholarly speeches and books after his name, has been living in Canada, reportedly due to ‘fear’ of attack on him.
But he seems to be ‘brave’ now to brace all type of the situation in a time when Pakistan forces have been engaged in combating militants in North Waziristan.
Qadri was of the view that ‘revolutionary measures’ are required to root out corrupt people and system. He has framed out some of the points on how he would be working on his agenda.
He will return to the country with a few number of chartered planes with hundreds of his followers from numerous countries of the world.