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Agreement Between Govt And Tehreek Labbaik

When contacted, Qadri said he was in Lahore when the prime minister called him and he both discussed the agenda. He expressed hope that an agreement would be signed with the TLP, after which the protesters would soon disperse. •Protesters continue to occupy Faizabad •No official confirmation of the agreement As part of the agreement, the country will not send an ambassador to France and French products will be boycotted at the government level. The request for postponement for a “shameful” agreement between the government, TLP Mobile and the Internet networks was concluded on Sunday evening. This created a partial vacuum around history. Images and videos of the clashes between the TLP and the Islamabad police are broadcast by TLP followers with grainy images and film material arriving on the internet a few hours later. In accordance with the five-point agreement, the government would not oppose the petition for review filed against the Acquittal of Aasiya Bibi by the Supreme Court and the legal procedure to add her name to the Exit Control List (ECL) would be immediately initiated. Deaths (if any) that occurred during the protests would also be reviewed in accordance with the law and the government would release all protesters arrested since October 30. TLP also apologized for the inconvenience caused by the protests. There has been no official confirmation of the agreement by the government, but the Ministry of Interior has announced the immediate release of all detainees in the last two days from different parts of Punjab. [14] [15] [16] [17] The agreement involves speeding up an application by the Court to list Asia Noreen on Pakistan`s no-fly list, officially known as the exit checklist (ECL). [15] Under pressure from Tehreek-e-Labbaik, the Pakistani authorities will not release Asia Noreen until “the Supreme Court has finally reviewed her judgment,” “Ghulam Mustafa, the lawyer representing a Punjab provincial cleric who had filed the first blasphemy charges against Bibi, having petitioned the Supreme Court to ask the judges: To verify their acquittal. [18] There was also a physical confrontation between protesters and security guards.

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