Pakistan Awami Tehrik
Pakistan Awami Tehrik

Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) is a political party of Pakistan working for democratic political values in the country.Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri is the founder and leader of the party.Dr Raheeq Ahmad Abbasi is the president and Khurram Nawaz Gandapur is a Secretary General of the PAT Party.

Founder:Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri
Founded:25 May 1989
Headquarters:Lahore Pakistan
Leader:Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri
President :Dr Raheeq Ahmad Abbasi
Vice-President :Ch. Mazhar Iqbal
Secretary General :Khurram Nawaz Gandapur
Ideology :Moderate Islamism, Islamic democracy, Islamic socialism
Political Position :Centrism Fiscal (Centre-left Social,Centre-right)
Flag Color:Red,White,Green
Took Part in:General Elections in 1990 and 2002
Seven Priorities:Education, Economy, Poverty, Health, Justice, Peace, Technology
Long March:14 January 2013 – 17 January 2013
Lahore Clash:17 June 2014
Phone #:+92 42 111140140
Working for :Democratic Political Values in the Country

Founder of PATPresident of PAFSecretary General of PATFlag of PATRally of PAT Supporter


Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri With Asif Ali Zardari infront of Media
Over the past 2 decades Pakistan has been through many turbulent times, non more so than the last few months, which we have all witnessed. The prospects and potential of this country have been transformed by the energy of the people of Pakistan. Now we face new challenges and opportunities. We must deal with them with the same clear thinking and robustness.

Public Services

Previous governments have failed to deliver on the public services. The result is that the basic facilities of life are still beyond the approach of common man. It is imperative that the issues concerning their public services are dealt with. The institutions that hold this country together, and even its independence as a nation, are under threat.

Common Approach

Election Symbol

They need a Common Approach because the potential of this country is huge and cannot be realized if they have successive governments that simply spend its inheritance and squander the countries wealth on inefficiencies.


The PAT intends to lead that Common Approach. Their principles and traditions mean that they are in an ideal position to do so. Throughout their election campaign they will be highlighting their policies and fighting hard to serve the people of Pakistan in the way a true democratic government should. A comprehensive national educational policy to streamline the education system in accordance with the demands of the present age will be implemented. The government of Pakistan Awami Tehreek will work out policies for the enhancement of national resources and riddance of debt-ridden economy. They will establish public-private partnership and reduce red tape. Industry will be set free to compete. Equality, inclusiveness, putting people first will provide basic facilities of life and equal job opportunities..

Over 86 Countries

Pakistan Awami Tehreek Inqilab March Gujranwala

PAT spans all four comers of the globe in over 86 countries. They have an equal participation of the youth, women, farmers, traders, employees and minorities and all the work they have undertaken has been based on the ideology of uniting Pakistanis at home and abroad. They have over the last 30 years worked hard to promote Pakistan at home and abroad. They are an inclusive party with a proven track record on social reform.[1] Details


Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) is a political party of Pakistan working for democratic political values in the country. Its main emphasis is towards the betterment of masses on social, cultural, and religious footings, to enlighten them with the knowledge of their rights and duties and to present a realistic, rational and scientific picture of Islam.[2]  Mission 

Key People

Founding Leader

Founder: Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri


  1. President:Qazi Zahid Hussain
  2. Secretary General:Khurram Nawaz Gandapur

Central Punjab Region

  1. President:Basharat Aziz Jaspal
  2. General Secretary:Rehan Asad Maqbool Shahid

North Punjab Region

  1. President:Mushtaq Ahmad Lillah
  2. General Secretary:Syed Mehmood Ahmad Hasnain

South Punjab Region

  1. President:Fayyaz Ahmad Warraich
  2. General Secretary:Saifullah Khan

Long March 2013

Long March 14 Jan - 17 Jan 2013
14 January 2013 to 17 January 2013 – A large number of party workers and supporters had gathered in front of Minhajul Quran International’s (MQI) central secretariat in Lahore carrying the national flag.Dozens of trucks, loaded with food items, camps and gas cylinders, also accompanied the caravan. Two trucks have been allocated for the media.MQI spokesperson told the media that about 2,000 people reached Lahore to join the march. Qadri’s supporters said that the number of participants was reached millions.“We are going to Islamabad to change the exploitative system and will not budge from our mission and even sacrifice our lives for it,” Farooq told AFP outside the offices of MQI.[3]  Long March 2013 
Qadri Resigns from National Assembly
As mark of a protest against the passage of pro-uniform bill, Pakistan Awami Tehreek chief Allama Tahirul Qadri on Friday resigned from the National Assembly, leaving the House in utter astonishment. On its part, the treasury appeared like a disjoined unit again, as they failed to ensure quorum on the second consecutive day.They received a setback when Tahirul Qadri, a government ally, announced his resignation during his appearance in the House after a gap of several months.[4]  Resigns from National Assembly 

Contact Information

Media Press Related Inquires

  1. Name:spokesman Mr Shahid Mursaleen 
  3. Phone #:+92 42 35019687

Pakistan Awami Tehreek

  1. Address:365 M, Model Town Lahore
  2. Phone #: 0092. 
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