TLP appeals to end protests in all parts of country except Lahore

Deadlock persists as govt rejects TLP demand of Rashid’s resignation. Shafiq Amini the central leader of TLP appeals to end protests in all parts of country except Lahore.
The deadlock between the government and the recently proscribed Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) over the ongoing protests across the country continued, as the banned party demanded the resignation of Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, expulsion of French ambassador to Pakistan, and immediate release of party chief Syed Saad Hussain Rizvi as well as the workers.

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Police launched a final operation against banned TLP in Lahore

Police launched a final operation against banned TLP in Lahore, causalities reported as at least three people were killed and several others, including law enforcers, injured on Sunday as police launched an operation to clear the area around Lahore’s Yateem Khana Chowk, where workers of the recently proscribed/banned Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) have been staging a protest since earlier this week. Violent protest and government ban on TLP. Message of Prime Minister Imran Khan on Country wide violent protests. Shahbaz Gill’s post showing Rizvi’s appeal to his followers comes on the heels of the Ministry of Interior issuing a notification that the TLP has been declared a proscribed organisation after it caused considerable destruction in the wake of its three-day long nationwide protest.

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Photo of Fearless SSP Lahore Ahsan Saifullah goes viral after clearing all points of Lahore

Lahore: Protest of a banned organization caused sporadic violent clashes between protestors and law enforcement agencies, a significant number of the country’s major arteries remained blocked on Tuesday. The blockades have paralysed business in almost all major cities. Photo of Fearless SSP Lahore Ahsan Saifullah goes viral after clearing all points of Lahore.

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