ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr. Tahirul Qadri has said that the incumbent rulers were making the future of nation ‘bleak’ through endless corruption.

Revolution has now become a movement across the country, he said while addressing his supporters and workers at the sit-in camp at D-Chowk in Islamabad on Tuesday.

“All the ‘corrupt leaders’ are united in the parliament to protect their wrongdoings,” he said adding a system which rulers call democracy is actually a ‘looting practice’.”

Lashing out at Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, he said that the national wealth plundered by PM Sharif in 1990s was more than Rs 10 billion.

He also revealed documents of financial records of leaders of Pakistan stored in Swiss bank accounts.

“Out of 13 banks in Switzerland, two of them contain over Rs10 billion. And this is just from two banks,” he said. However, he refused to name the foreign banks in respect to international policy.

“This is the money that has been looted, and it has been stored in Swiss banks,” he tells his supporters.

He said the ‘so-called’ prime minister could not dare to meet the flood-affected people during his recent visits, fearing a backlash from victims.

He asked his supporters to keep chanting ‘Go Nawaz Go’ in response to each anti-people steps taken by the government such as raise in electricity bills.

Dr. Qadri said the rulers do business through capital of nation and banks, pushing the poor towards more poverty.