Tahir Ul-Qadri: ‘I am against military law’
Populist cleric and anti-corruption campaigner Tahir Ul-Qadri promised a million-man march to Islamabad to provoke a Tahrir Square revolution in Pakistan, but after four days he made a deal with the government.
He told HARDtalk's Zeinab Badawi he rejected allegations he was a tool for the military, saying he was "against martial law... pro-human rights and pro-democracy."
He added that he had achieved the maximum that was possible through peaceful means.
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