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

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We'll see. But at this moment punjab police seems to be giving them a tough time. If after coming to power TLP blows up heera mandi and destroys ranjeet singh statue at Lahore fort, they'll have my phul sapport.
TLP is gonna get shafted and you are welcome to support extremist scums.
 

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I.k prolly know about the second kalima but he still deals in sood and helps convicts escape out of country
Still better to be a civilised prolly or whatever than pulling shalwar above ankles and behaving like some wild African bush tribe who kill and burn anything that moves.
 

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Still better to be a civilised prolly or whatever than pulling shalwar above ankles and behaving like some wild African bush tribe who kill and burn anything that moves.
Much like our p.m

" m police ko apnay hatho'n sy phaansi do ga"

Btw Allah Swt has declared war upon such civilised (thugs) who deal in sood not upon African Bush tribes
 

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Can someone inform how many deaths and injuries from both sides uptil now? I can't seem to come across news reports of TLP casualties. Only Police casualties being reported?

I am sure TLP also has deaths and injuries seeing soo many videos of them in blood.


Now this is dangerous...
 

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Pahly Wahhabi Fitna Utha tha Lal Masjid se,

Ab Yeh Sunni Fitna utha hai Labaikyoo ka,

Generals aur Politicians ne molviyoo se Yarana khatam na kiya to phir Shia Fitna aye ga,
aur phir Mirzaye Fitna..
 

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I disagree and condemn violence form both sides but when the seculars support state terrorism then we have no choice but to speak out.

The sunni fitna can easily be dealt with, speak to influencial sunni scholars and hold meetings with tlp and sort the problem out. Instead the government on purpose is attacking protestors and murdering them like model town and then blaming it on tlp if they fight back. This is only to please the Western powers to show them we are dealing with the religious folks, showing their loyalty to yahood. Government should not have signed agreements and then back off like munafiqs, why arrest their leader without any charges? Why accuse them of being terrorist if they protest whilst IK and Pti were openly making statement like kill, don't pay bills, causing fitna, IK was wanted by anti terrorism court but became the PM.

The wahabis terrorism is still happening in Pakistan, the funding is still taking place, the big terrorist supporters walk with IK holding his hand. The Tlp is the same people who protested against terrorism, supported Pak army all the way. IK and Pti used to protest against the military action whilst the sunni/shia sacrificed and scholars got killed with suicide bombs. The Pakistani elite is supporting Taliban Islamic rule in Afghanistan but in Pakistan finds Islam as a alien religion. Two faced people.
 

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I disagree and condemn violence form both sides but when the seculars support state terrorism then we have no choice but to speak out.

The sunni fitna can easily be dealt with, speak to influencial sunni scholars and hold meetings with tlp and sort the problem out. Instead the government on purpose is attacking protestors and murdering them like model town and then blaming it on tlp if they fight back. This is only to please the Western powers to show them we are dealing with the religious folks, showing their loyalty to yahood. Government should not have signed agreements and then back off like munafiqs, why arrest their leader without any charges? Why accuse them of being terrorist if they protest whilst IK and Pti were openly making statement like kill, don't pay bills, causing fitna, IK was wanted by anti terrorism court but became the PM.

The wahabis terrorism is still happening in Pakistan, the funding is still taking place, the big terrorist supporters walk with IK holding his hand. The Tlp is the same people who protested against terrorism, supported Pak army all the way. IK and Pti used to protest against the military action whilst the sunni/shia sacrificed and scholars got killed with suicide bombs. The Pakistani elite is supporting Taliban Islamic rule in Afghanistan but in Pakistan finds Islam as a alien religion. Two faced people.
These stupid TLP lunatics only come out when FATF is discussing Pakistan. Enough of these extremists. Blocking streets and protesting makes u aashiq e rasoool ? r u f kidding me ? Would Prophet Muhammad PBUH have approved Ummah of creating such a mess? Never. He was full of mercy even forgave those who pelted stones at him. Blocking streets rioting violance and making fellow citizens suffer make u aashiq rasool ? NO . I stand with GOVT eradicate them squash them, sterilize them that they never reproduce.
 

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TLP was registered by UK citizen using his NICOP. Does this seem like some MI5 planned party ??????????
 
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Can someone inform how many deaths and injuries from both sides uptil now? I can't seem to come across news reports of TLP casualties. Only Police casualties being reported?

I am sure TLP also has deaths and injuries seeing soo many videos of them in blood.


Now this is dangerous...
maulviyoon ki yehi tu quality hai mazhab mai jhooti khaniyaan gharrtay hain aur zindagi mai bhi.. purani videos ya bomb blast kai victims dekha kai jhoota propaganda ker rai hain
 

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Rawalpindi sealed as TLP workers head for Islamabad
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(Clockwise from top) Containers deployed at Faizabad Interchange and Club Road, vehicles turn back after barriers were placed near Chandni Chowk on Murree Road, a man climbs down a bridge at Faizabad Interchange and razor wires block the staircase of the metro bus station at Liaquat Bagh in Rawalpindi ahead of the expected march by TLP activists to Islamabad. — Photos by Mohammad Asim


Contingency plan in place to prevent violence . Containers installed in Raja Bazaar, adjoining areas . Markets, bazaars may face shortage of edibles in case stand off continues

RAWALPINDI: As the proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) rally heads for Islamabad, the local administration closed Murree Road on Wednesday by placing containers and barbed wires.

The local administration has prepared a contingency plan to avoid violence.

On Wednesday, the containers were placed on the main roads of Raja Bazaar and adjoining areas.


The areas that have been blocked are Mareer Hassan, Murree Road from Mareer towards Saddar Metro Station, Murree Road from Mareer Chowk towards Liaquat Bagh, Liaquat Bagh and College Road, Iqbal Road and Dhoke Khabba Road, Bhabhra Bazaar and Circular Road, Asghar Mall Road and Chah Sultan Road, Chandni Chowk, Rawal Road and Sixth Road (diversion on double road).

The twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi turned into a battlefield in April when TLP workers and supporters protesting against the sacrilegious remarks of the French president were stopped to enter Islamabad by local police and the violence shifted to Rawalpindi.

Markets and bazaars of the twin cities may face shortage of edibles in the coming days in case the standoff with TLP continues.

“The travel time from Committee Chowk to Benazir Bhutto Hospital is 15 minutes, but it took an hour to reach the hospital to bring my ailing wife on motorcycle from narrow streets,” said Raja Zameer, a resident of Dhoke Khabba.

Ahmed Malik, a resident of Arya Mohallah, said he had to come home via Airport Road from Islamabad instead of Murree Road. He said his office was located in Islamabad and he was unable to reach home on time due to closure of roads.

Reportedly, the police and district administration have also blocked G.T. Road from Jhelum Bridge by placing containers.

Police have been given slingshots and glass balls to control the protesters. Slingshots and glass balls would be in addition to batons, rubber bullets, tear gas shells and other anti-riot tools.

Rangers have been called to maintain law and order in Punjab for 60 days in the wake of violent clashes with the proscribed organisation.

Police have also intensified crackdown on the TLP’s activists in Rawalpindi division arresting more than 220 activists.

Police raided to arrest TLP North Zone Emir Hadayatullah Shah in the Airport police area, however, it remained unsuccessful as he managed to flee.

On Wednesday night, G.T. Road was blocked by the law enforcement agencies near Gujar Khan, however, one track was left open for the time being which will be closed to traffic when needed.

The City Traffic Police have made alternative traffic plan to facilitate citizens who had been facing immense problems due to closure of Murree Road.

Murree Road from Faizabad has been closed on both sides with containers and barricades. Citizens can enter Rawalpindi using the Expressway and I.J. Principal Road.

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Security arrangements were beefed up by Jhelum police to push back TLP workers.

According to the sources in Jhelum police, four SSPs, eight DSPs, 16 inspectors, and 4,000 other policemen were called in Jhelum from different districts including Bhakkar, Khushab, Sargodha, Mianwali and Chakwal to counter the rally of TLP workers.

District authorities blocked the G. T. Road from Jhelum to Dina at four different points with containers and trucks to bar the movement of the rally towards the federal capital.

The administration sealed both sides of the Jhelum bridge by placing containers and trucks.

Moreover, the Kala Gujjran railway crossing near Jhelum was also blocked which led to the suspension of the railway service. — Additional reporting by Hamid Asghar

Published in Dawn, October 28th, 2021
 

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