Observers see flexibility in PM Khan’s towards banned TLP

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Observers see flexibility PM Khan’s towards banned TLP

ISLAMABAD Oct 31,2021

Observers see a flexibility in the attitude of PM Imran Khan towards banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) and its protest.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the government would not have any objection to releasing banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) chief Saad Rizvi if courts ordered to released him.

This he told in his meeting with more than 31 Ulemas including Sarwat Ejaz Qadri, Pir Khalid Sultan Bahoo, Pir Abdul Khaliq, Dr Muhammad Zubair, Hamid Saeed Kazmi, Pir Muhammad Amin, Pir Khawaja Ghulam Qutb Farid, Pir Nizam Sialvi, Sahibzada Hafiz Hamid Raza and others who called on him in Islamabad on Saturday.

There are also reports that PM Imran Khan has restrained the federal ministers from making harsh statements in order to advance talks with the banned TLP.

According to sources, the Prime Minister has directed the ministers to refrain from harsh rhetoric till the talks.

Govt appears to be in a weak position?

Analysts on Geo’s “Report Card” program say the government appears to be in a weak position in the face of the banned TLP. The government has repeatedly compromised with the banned TLP, but they are back on the streets, analyst Benazir Shah said.

Whenever the TLP government has not taken a clear position on the streets in the last three years, the PTI feels that the voters of TLP will vote for the PTI in the next elections so it should not be offended. TLP is also talks carefully about the institutions. 

The banned organization has repeatedly crossed the red line but the government has repeatedly negotiated with them. The government has not yet reached an agreement with the TLP with a strong position. 

Three policemen martyred in clash with TLP protesters in Lahore

Mazhar Abbas said that the ministers were making contradictory statements on the issue of talks with the banned TLP. The government was saying yesterday that the TLP would be dealt with severely.

If all this is part of a big game, then the TLP government will not compromise. If it is not part of a big game, then there will be no compromise. There is confusion in the PM’s camp as to how to solve the problem.  

Govt agreement with banned TLP, cases to be withdrawn

The government is in a weak position in front of the banned TLP. The ministers make different statements. The government should first decide who the spokesperson is. If there is no contradiction at the state level, then why the state does not take ownership of the agreement with the banned TLP.

Media reported, Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan spokesman said that the government should refrain from creating an atmosphere of fear, and the government should stand by its word, our party will not break the promise.

In a statement, the TLP spokesperson said that the government has requested the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan to remain confined to Wazirabad today.

Our workers will not move forward, we will stay in Wazirabad till the demands.

Our workers will not move forward, we will stay in Wazirabad till the demands.