Long March: Qadri long march sit-in enters into third day

Islamabad: The sit-in of long march led by Tehreek Minhajul Quran leader Dr Tahirul Qadri has entered into third day on Wednesday. Large number of people was participating in the long march.

A large number of youth were present in the participating crowd while many women have also turned up at the sit-in, some of them with their children. The number of participants was increasing day by day. The charged protestors carrying national flags and placards were in chanting slogans for bringing about a change in the country.

The crowd has brought drinking water, edibles and other essentials along with them to make out on the roads of the Federal Capital in a chilling weather. They also erupted large number of tents along side road to protect themselves with current chilly weather. They were ready to stand behind their leader Tahirul Qadri for as many days as it takes to push for their demands.

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