TLP warns of March to Islamabad, demands deportation of French envoy

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KARACHI: Tahreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) has warned the PTI government that if the French ambassador was not deported by April 20, they march to Islamabad start from the mazar of the organisation’s founder Khadim Hussain Rizvi from next morning.

A statement issued after the meeting of the organisation’s central council said that the government of Pakistan had signed the agreement on November 16, 2020 in the life of Allama Khadim Hussain Rizvi, the central emir of the TLP.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also announced the expulsion of the French ambassador but it was not implemented.

It should be noted that the TLP delegation had met the ministers last week. Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed while addressing a press conference in Karachi on Sunday termed himself a soldier of Khatam-e- Nubuwwat and said that he has held talks with Tahreek-e-Labaik Pakistan and legislation will be enacted in this regard.

 It is to be noted that Tahreek-e-Laibek Pakistan started a protest on 8 November 2017 during PML-N government and set up camp at the Faizabad contesting changes in the Elections Bill 2017 in which the word oath changed to declaration. Their demands were accepted