Qdri- Live updates: Lahore airport in lockdown as govt-Qadri stalemate continues

Posted: June 25, 2014 in Current Affairs
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ISLAMABAD / LAHORE / RAWALPINDI / KARACHI: A sense of anticipation hangs over the capital as cleric-cum-political leader Tahirul Qadri lands back in Pakistan to throw up one of the bigger political challenges to the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) year-old government.
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As supporters of PAT chief Tahirul fervently wait for their leader to kickoff his movement against the ruling government, a sense of anxiety and uncertainty has enveloped the country.
Major roads have been blocked off and security has been tightened in Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
Earlier this week, at least ten people were killed and scores injured in Lahore when violent clashes erupted between the police and followers of Qadri – the deadliest political confrontation in Lahore since emergency rule was imposed by General Musharraf in 2007.

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