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TLP 'Long March' to Islamabad - October 22, 2021

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what a great nation pakistna is since this TLP came we have seen killing burning unrest strikes dharnas destruction of pakistnai properties . France must be laughing on us :rofl:

ishq e rasool - pesa wasool - jala do paksitan ko labbaik labbaik
 

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what a great nation pakistna is since this TLP came we have seen killing burning unrest strikes dharnas destruction of pakistnai properties . France must be laughing on us :rofl:

ishq e rasool - pesa wasool - jala do paksitan ko labbaik labbaik
These people will be the end of Pakistan. Funny thing is, if you offer them free citizenship and a house in Europe they will accept it in a blink of an eye. Every other second they do some stupid long march rioting.
 

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These people will be the end of Pakistan. Funny thing is, if you offer them free citizenship and a house in Europe they will accept it in a blink of an eye. Every other second they do some stupid long march rioting.
Its all politics and power game . sadly every few years a mullah rise is pakistan destroy fabric of society and then go back sit down relaxed . its not one sect all of them have shear in destruction of pakistan . i am watching it since 1990 and i lose the hope now there is no end of extremism .
you will not find any other Muslim country have mullah gardi like pakistan

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Paramilitary troops arrive to counter TLP’s expected march on Islamabad

1,000 FC personnel, 500 Rangers along with police deployed in and around Red Zone . Murree Road near Faizabad sealed . TLP office-bearers go into hiding

ISLAMABAD: The capital administration and police have been provided 500 personnel of Rangers while a contingent of 1,000 Frontier Constabulary (FC) officials will join them on Saturday to stop a possible march on the capital by the the banned Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).

With expected support from other religious groups, the local chapter of the banned organisation is prepared to host a sit-in which they claimed will reach Faizabad by Monday.

Lal Masjid has already announced its support to the TLP and it is likely that students and followers of Maulana Abdul Aziz will hold their own protest in Aabpara or around Lal Masjid.


However, talking to Dawn, Maulana Aziz said he supported the cause of the TLP and would encourage his supporters to take part in the sit-in at Faizabad.

Sources told Dawn on condition of anonymity that on the request of the police, the capital administration approached the interior ministry to seek personnel of Rangers and the Frontier Constabulary (FC). In response, a contingent of Rangers, comprising 500 personnel, was provided to the administration while 1,000 FC personnel would arrive on Saturday (today).

The security personnel were being deployed in and around Red Zone and the Faizabad Interchange while a contingent of 200 police personnel each was deployed at the entry points in Tarnol, Bhara Kahu and Rawat. Moreover, 1,400 police personnel were deployed at different locations, including Faizabad and Red Zone.

Meanwhile, the capital administration and police were facing problems in arranging containers to seal different areas, the sources said, adding that they have managed to arrange only 60 containers in the last three days.

Of these, 50 containers were placed around Faizabad Interchange for sealing it while the remaining 10 were placed around the French embassy. Police officers were asked to arrange more containers as soon as possible.

Directives were also issued to the administration and police to arrest all TLP leaders, activists and workers wherever they were seen, the sources said. Besides, instructions were issued to use force against the banned outfit if it tried to enter Islamabad.

A decision was also taken by the government to seal and block all districts and roads falling on the route of the TLP march from Lahore to Islamabad after the first round of negotiations held in Lahore concluded without any result.

Majority of the local leadership of the banned outfit is in Lahore while most of the remaining leaders along with activists and workers who were present in the capital had gone into hiding.

So far, police have arrested 50 leaders, activists and workers in Islamabad and detained them in different police installations.

The administrations of seminaries were also approached and warned to refrain from joining the TLP protest, the sources said, adding that some of them gave an assurance and announced their disassociation from the TLP.

“Police crackdown is continuing and we have received reports that around 70 of our activists have been rounded up in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. But most of the activists, including several office-bearers, have gone into hiding,” said Mohsin Qadri, the TLP’s nazim for South Punjab, who is currently in Potohar region.

He said the TLP had shuffled its office-bearers ahead of the sit-in to confuse the police because the law enforcement authorities only have data of activists of their respective areas.

Another TLP office-bearer, who is currently in Jhelum, told Dawn that the rally would take up to two days to reach Faizabad.

“Our network is still intact and we are hopeful that residents of Rawalpindi and Islamabad will come out in large numbers to support our cause,” the office-bearer said requesting not to be named.

In another development, Milli Yakjehti Council (MYC) Secretary General and naib emir Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Liaquat Baloch, in a news conference, said the government should implement its commitments made to the TLP.

The main purpose of the media talk was about a unanimous decision taken by the MYC to hold a Seeratul Nabi conference on Oct 24.

However, responding to queries about the TLP’s protest, Mr Baloch said banning the group was an immature decision of the government because the authorities could not file even a reference against it. He said the continued detention of the TLP chief was unfair and illegal.

“Due to such acts, the government is encouraging protests across the country,” he said.

Rawalpindi
With the deployment of Elite Force commandos, riot police and placement of shipping containers, the government has virtually sealed the garrison city to ward off the outlawed TLP’s long march on Islamabad.

Authorities have also suspended metro bus service in Rawalpindi.

On the other hand, the police arrested another 146 workers and activists of TLP on Friday from different areas of Rawalpindi division.

Out of the 146 workers, 62 were rounded up from Rawalpindi district, 34 from Jhelum and 25 each from Attock and Chakwal.

Rawalpindi’s busiest Murree Road was virtually sealed with shipping freight containers from Saddar to Faizabad while its arteries were blocked with razor and barbed wire.

Although there was no protest especially in the Saddar area, the police were seen forcing shopkeepers to pull their shutters down and shoppers were also asked to leave markets.

Due to blocking of Murree Road, ambulances were unable to reach hospitals as they were sent back by the police due to closure of roads. Besides, commuters were seen waving hands to motorcyclists to reach their destination.

Besides the district police, 160 personnel from Punjab Highway Police and 16 companies of Punjab Constabulary (PC) have been called to assist the Rawalpindi police in maintaining law and order.

Published in Dawn, October 23rd, 2021
 

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(Clockwise from top) A container is being lifted from a trailer to place on I.J. Principal Road, motorcyclists cross a median at Faizabad, policemen escort a man to a police vehicle for creating nuisance in Rawalpindi’s Shamsabad area while capital police personnel are briefed by their officers on Murree Road in Islamabad on Friday as they prepare to counter the banned Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan’s protest in the twin cities. — Photos by Mohammad Asim
 

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maybe the other side should use it too ? Nothing wrong if cleanshave leaders show their intend to be implenting islam but ...Ohhh the other side doesnt beleive in islam as a state religioun.
You got banned before I could answer. But anyways, I don't understand which "other side" you are talking about? IK has been, arguably, the most religious PM we ever had. His speeches in local and international forums, his actions (establishing panahgahs, insaf cards though I disagree with this one) are based on his religious beliefs of Riyasat e Madinah. So what are you on about?
 

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Islamophobes : Islam is not the religion of peace

TLP : Islam is not a religion of peace
reminds me of a wahabi extremist party called Al Mohajiroon in UK.. that used to make processions praising Usama and Al Qaeda and cursing UK soldiers killed in action. they carried posters " behead all those who disrespect Islam" .. ironically in same or other such processions other posters carried the slogan " Islam is a religion of peace" .
 

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اسلام ایک کھلونا بن کر مل گیا ان ملاؤں کو 1947 کے بعد سے ۔ یہ لوگ جس طرح چاہیں اس سے کھیلیں انکو ایک ملک ملا اسلام کے نام پر اور کھلی چھٹی ۔ جتنا نقصان ان ملاؤں نے اسلام کو پہنچایا عالم کفر تو اتنا نقصان پہنچانے کا سوچ بھی نہیں سکتا تھا ۔ اب خود اسلامی ممالک پاکستان افغان کی وکھری اسلامیت دیکھ کر ہمیں جاھل ترین مسلمان کہتے ہیں ۔
 

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They pay for themselves
Brelvi extremism has gone unchecked since the days of Ghazi ilmudin
Beralvis are in largest number anyway. and it was about time we took the centre stage from much loathed wahabis.

we can service islam much better just need someone to lead us to burn down public properties and then attack Western embassies and motivate us to kill all who dare to question our commitment.
 

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mian amritsari bc

Being a migrant from amritsar is not a matter of shame but giving a safe exit to a convict whose father happened to be from a certain city for political mileage is nothing short of treason. However I won't call i.k khan mianwali whatever .


Anarchists vs anarchists
Chor vs chor
thugs vs thugs
 

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TLP is menace and has nothing to do with Ishq-e-Rasul S.A.W. or Islam! They are the last people on the earth to represent Islam! I have experienced being stuck in traffic jams due to late Khadim Rizvi protest calls. I am happy he is no more! Good riddance! Pathetic is the human being who claims to have love of Prophet P.B.U.H. and uses foul & dirtiest language in the same sentence! I would have beat the crap out of him if I ever saw him personally!
khadim rizvi's despicable habit of mixing swearing with religious devotion has become a common practice among TLP and its supporters.
there are many videos to prove it.
I won't even dare link what was shared on facebook where TLP is attacking a police station

cursing police with mother sister insults and adding labak ya Rasulallah in the beginning and end.
it is repeated so many times that if some one has even a doubt that he misheard then he can listen it again.

that All said, I wont shy away from my condemnation of those geniouses who pampered them gave them cash handouts and even made a grave promise to kick out french embassy staff.
now TLP is a self feeding tumour out of control.
 

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Several roads remain blocked in Lahore, Islamabad as TLP protest continues
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Supporters of the banned Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) chant slogans during a protest demanding the release of their leader and the expulsion of the French ambassador, in Lahore, on Friday. — Reuters


Several roads remained blocked in Lahore and Islamabad on Saturday as the protest by the banned Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) continued.

The Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) issued a list of roads that were closed for traffic amid the tense situation.

According to the PSCA, the closed routes include Dubai Chowk to Scheme Mor, Kharak to Scheme Mor, Liaquat Chowk to Scheme Mor, Gulshan Ravi to Yateem Khana, Samanabad to Yateem Khana, Bandar Road Shell Pump to Yateem Khana, Babau Sabu to Motorway, Shahdara Chowk, Sagian Bridge, Old Ravi Bridge, Moon Market to Scheme Mor, Bijli Ghar to Scheme Mor, district courts to Sagian, Data Darbar to Pir Makki and Lahore Ring Road.

The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) also issued an alert, informing residents that Express Chowk was closed for traffic, adding that Margallah Road, Ayub Chowk, Nadra Chowk and Dhokri Chowk could be used alternatively.


"Diversion placed at 9th Avenue signal for both sides of traffic from IJP Rd. to Faizabad and from IJP Rd. to Stadium Rd. Alternatively, 9th Avenue can be used to enter Islamabad and Peshawar Rd can be used to for Rawalpindi," it shared in a tweet.




In addition, Murree Road was closed for traffic from both, the police said, adding that traffic was being diverted to the Islamabad Highway for commuters going from Islamabad towards Murree Road.

"Diversion placed at Murree Rd. before Faizabad for traffic from Rawal Dam Chowk to Faizabad. Alternatively, Park Rd., Tramri Chowk and Lehtrar Rd can be used to reach Islamabad Hwy. Srinagar Hwy, 9th Av. and IJP Rd. can be used to reach Rawalpindi," the ITP said.




It further said the metro bus service was suspended in Rawalpindi but was operational from the stop on IJP Road to the Pakistan Secretariat.

The group's latest round of sit-ins began on Tuesday to put pressure on the Punjab government for the release of its chief Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi, a son of its late founder Khadim Rizvi.

Rizvi is detained by the Punjab government since April 12 for “maintenance of public order (MPO)”. He was initially detained for three months and then again under the Anti-Terrorist Act on July 10. A federal review board is scheduled to take up the government’s reference against him today.

However, TLP leader Pir Ajmal Qadri on Thursday appeared to delink the march from the release of its incarcerated leader, and said the purpose of the move was "respect for the Holy Prophet (PBUH)"

3 policemen martyred
A day earlier, three policemen were martyred and several others injured in clashes with TLP workers.

Chauburji, Lower Mall and surrounding areas turned into battlefields with videos of the clashes showing police firing teargas shells to disperse the protesters who in return pelted the law enforcers with stones. Many TLP workers carrying clubs appeared to be fighting back when the riot police tried to disperse them.

In a statement, Lahore DIG (Operation) Spokesperson Mazhar Hussain identified two of the slain officials as Ayub and Khalid. The identity of the third official has not yet been ascertained, but a statement from the provincial chief minister stated that three policemen were martyred.

Hussain said that several others were also injured and taken to the hospital in critical condition. "Protesters also hurled petrol bombs on officials," he said, adding that officials tried to prevent them from vandalising and damaging public property.

"The angry mob also used sticks and pelted stones," he said, adding that officials were showing restraint despite the violence.

A TLP media coordinator, Saddam Bukhari, said the police attacked the peaceful rally that was on its way to Islamabad.

In a separate statement, a spokesperson for the banned group said that workers had endured the "worst shelling in history" and were "attacked from all sides" near the Mao College Pul. By late Friday night, the protesters had managed to reach Azadi Chowk, where they staged a sit-in for the night. The group's leaders said they planned to leave for Islamabad at dawn.

Life in the areas where the clashes took place came to a standstill, as the Punjab government suspended mobile phone services and power supply to the areas following the tense situation.

Security arrangements
On Friday, the Central Police Office issued instructions to the four regional police officers and district police officers to beef up security on GT Road leading to Islamabad to stop the TLP procession at any cost. Rawalpindi police blocked almost the entire city by placing containers on roads.

Following the clashes, the TLP leadership refused to talk to a government committee till the release of their incarcerated leader Saad Rizvi, whom the group said would lead any negotiations. They alleged that on the one hand the authorities were engaging them in talks, and on the other, "thousands of their workers" had been shot at and many were wounded.

The Punjab government had earlier on Friday constituted a committee comprising provincial Law Minister Raja Basharat and Minister for Prosecution Chaudhry Zaheeruddin for holding talks with the TLP ahead of its march on Islamabad.

The capital administration and police have been provided 500 personnel of Rangers while a contingent of 1,000 Frontier Constabulary soldiers were due to join them on Saturday to stop a march on the capital by the TLP.

With expected support from other religious groups, the local chapter of the banned organisation is prepared to host a sit-in which they claimed would reach Faizabad by Monday.

Meanwhile, directives were issued to the Islamabad administration and police to arrest all TLP leaders, activists and workers wherever they were seen, sources told Dawn. Besides, instructions were issued to use force against the banned outfit if it tried to enter Islamabad.

So far, police have arrested 50 leaders, activists and workers in Islamabad and detained them in different police installations.

The administrations of seminaries were also approached and warned to refrain from joining the TLP protest, the sources said, adding that some of them gave an assurance and announced their disassociation from the TLP.

Maulana Aziz announces support
Lal Masjid has already announced its support to the TLP and it is likely that students and followers of Maulana Abdul Aziz will hold their own protest in Aabpara or around Lal Masjid.

Talking to Dawn, Maulana Aziz said on Friday that he supported the cause of the TLP and would encourage his supporters to take part in the sit-in at Faizabad.
 

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as per siddique Jaan there is an audio on social media that proves TPL did not kill police officers.
 

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