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I know a guy who is a young land UK born BUT follows khadim rizvi. I asked him what have you done to france at the cost of harming Pakistan? people died and property of poor people destroyed and people in general were harmed which goes against the teachings of Aka Ji صلى الله عليه وسلم. The guy never answered my question and blocked me, so when I see him face to face I will be having words with him.
Mate these type of people won't have any answers, thier behaviour is worse than animals and are using deen for thier own agenda, not realising they are causing more harm. my family went to a wedding a few years ago in Lahore and couldn't get back in Islamabad in time due to these TLP guys blocking all the main highways and harrasing a family that was stranded on the M2 motorway. GOP has made the right decision to ban TLP and lock all thier supporters up for causing vandalism.
 

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All previous agreements with TLP are void as it is a banned organization now, says Fawad Chaudhry

  • He also rejected the notion of foreign involvement in the ban of TLP and termed it an internal decision.
  • The minister praised the interior ministry, provincial governments, and the police for successfully controlling the protests.


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Federal Minister for Information, Fawad Chaudhry, has said that all previous agreements and understandings with the now-proscribed organization, Tehreek-e-Labbaik-Pakistan (TLP), are void.

His remarks came on Saturday in response to a question during a press briefing in Rawalpindi. “TLP is a banned organization now, so all prior agreements [with the party] are now void,” he said, referring to the agreement regarding the ousting of the French envoy.

While speaking to the media after visiting injured police officers in the protests, Chaudhry congratulated the interior ministry, religious affairs ministry, and provincial governments for jointly taking action to successfully control the protests.

“It is once again firmly established that state writ can’t be challenged.”

Fawad Chaudhry said that the situation in the country has returned to normal, adding that no one could challenge the writ of the state.

He said Pakistan was the world's fifth-largest country by population and atomic power; no one should make the mistake of undermining the state.

The Federal Minister further added that Pakistan was not a weak state, and had the ‘biggest defense system and army’ in the Muslim world.

“So those who wanted to undermine Pakistan should remove that misunderstanding of theirs,” he said. Fawad Chaudhry continued by asserting that although Pakistan is a functional democracy which allows the different point of views, but no one should attempt to blackmail the government or think they could exert power over it.

He briefed the media about the law and order situation in the country and mentioned that the situation in all of Pakistan at this time has become normal. The minister regretted Friday’s social media ban for four hours but insisted it was necessary.

The Federal Minister also highlighted the possibility of foreign involvement in the recent riots and said prior investigations on sectarian riots and organizations had found the involvement of the Indian intelligence agency, RAW. “Here too, there are parties who are used, and many times they don't even know whose hands they are playing into.”

He also cleared the air regarding foreign involvement in the ban of TLP and termed it an ‘internal decision’ and rejected notions of any demand from any international power or country. He said that while everyone was agreed on the love and respect for the Holy Prophet (PBUH) but deplored those doing politics for personal interests on the personality of the Holy Prophet, calling it "unfortunate".
 

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TLP probably did just 1% (or even less) to what parties like MQM did for decades, but MQM never got banned --

- I think, instead of doing topi dramas, let's be honest here, our ruling establishment (which obviously includes generals as well) doesn't want any religious party to become strong --

reasons are self explanatory, our ruling elite (70% blame goes to army establishment) has destroyed this country economically -- we totally rely on loans and aids from the west --- and in the process, our ruling elite dance to tunes of the west+ by obeying them, they get lots of benefits; both on job & after retirement.

ps: punjab police is a badmash force, everyone knows this, but for known reasons, they were shown like mazlooms (which they are not) --- lawyers regularly beat the hell out of punjab police, never seen any sympathy for them in such cases.
 

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قومی اسمبلی میں کالعدم جماعت کے حق میں جذبات سے لبریز تقرر کرنے والے اور فرانس کا قرضہ کی واپسی کے لئے جائیدادیں بیچنے کا عزم کرنے والے حضرت پیر کے حقیقی کردار کی ایک جھلک اس تصویر میں دیکھی جا سکتی ہے ۔

بقول غالب ہیں کواکب کچھ نظر آتے ہیں کچھ دیتے ہیں دھوکہ یہ بازی گر کھلا



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Workers of banned TLP 'brutally tortured' DSP, took 5 officials hostage: police official
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Supporters of the recently proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan disperse after police fired tear gas during a protest in Lahore on April 13. — AFP/File

Supporters of the recently proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan disperse after police fired tear gas during a protest in Lahore on April 13. — AFP/File
Workers of the recently proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) "brutally tortured" a deputy superintendent of police (DSP) and took him, as well as four other officials hostage on Sunday, spokesperson for Lahore CCPO Rana Arif told Dawn.com.
The clash came as police launched an operation to clear the area around Lahore's Yateem Khana Chowk, where workers of the party have been staging a protest since earlier this week.
"Workers attacked police with petrol bombs," the spokesperson said.
Arif said 11 police officials were injured after "brutal torture" by TLP workers and were under treatment at different hospitals in the city.
Meanwhile, at least three people were killed and several others, including law enforcers, injured as police launched the operation.
In a video message, a spokesperson for the banned party, Shafiq Ameeni, alleged that "forces suddenly attacked [us] at Lahore Markaz at 8am today morning in which a large number of our workers have been martyred while many are injured".
"[We] will bury [those killed] when the French ambassador exits the country and our agreement (with the government) is implemented," he added.
Meanwhile, police officials confirmed that an operation was under way at the Yateem Khana Chowk in Lahore but did not give any further details.
Videos on social media showed people carrying away the injured and tending to them. However, some users pointed out that the videos were old and were shared without context.
The TLP also shared a video of a senior official of Punjab police, who was allegedly abducted by its workers on Sunday. The injured police official, assumedly under duress, said that an operation was being carried out to clear the area outside a police station when he was "captured" by the "enraged" crowd.
He said that three people were killed and several others sustained bullet wounds, appealing for a way forward through dialogue.
The TLP was formally banned by the federal government earlier this week after its supporters staged three days of violent protests across the country, resulting in deaths and injuries to several policemen.
Violent protests
During the three days of countrywide protests, hundreds of protesters and police personnel were injured and thousands of TLP activists and supporters were arrested and booked for attacking law enforcement personnel and blocking main roads and highways in protest against the arrest of their leader Allama Saad Hussain Rizvi.
On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan also lauded the services of police for dealing with the "organised violence" perpetrated by the protesters.
In a tweet, the premier also announced that the government would look after the families of the four police personnel martyred during the violence.
"I want to pay special tribute to our police force for their heroic stand against organised violence intended to create chaos to blackmail [the] government," he wrote, noting that four policemen were martyred and more than 600 injured during the unrest.

Govt ban
On Thursday, the government had slapped a ban on the TLP. A notification declaring TLP as a proscribed organisation was issued by the Ministry of Interior shortly after the federal cabinet approved a summary to ban the party.
The notification said: "The federal government has reasonable grounds to believe that the TLP is engaged in terrorism, [has] acted in a manner prejudicial to the peace and security of the country, [was] involved in creating anarchy in the country by intimidating the public, caused grievous bodily harm, hurt and death to the personnel of law enforcement agencies and innocent by-standers, attacked civilians and officials, created wide-scale hurdles, threatened, abused and promoted hatred, vandalised and ransacked public and government properties including vehicles and caused arson, blocked essential health supplies to hospitals, and has threatened, coerced, intimidated, and overawed the government [and] the public and created sense of fear and insecurity in the society and the public at large."
Copies of the notification were sent to authorities concerned, including the secretaries of different ministries and divisions, State Bank governor, Election Commission of Pakistan secretary and director general passports.
The National Counter Terrorism Authority had also swiftly added the TLP to the list of banned terrorist organisations taking the total number of such outfits to 79.
 

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