Islamabad, 17 November (IANS). In Pakistan, the religious group Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has ended the sit-in protest after successful talks with the government. Along with this, the blackout of the cellular services that have been running for two days, the closure of all routes with blockade, the complete incarceration of the local people of the federal capital Islamabad and Rawalpindi has also ended.
The TLP leadership announced the end of the sit-in demonstration at the Faizabad interchange, stating that the government has accepted all four of their demands.
Thousands of TLP supporters took out a rally from Rawalpindi and staged it at the main entry point Faizabad Interchange, which connects Islamabad and Rawalpindi. They were demanding the removal of the French ambassador to Islamabad in protest against the French Prime Minister, who justified the making of cartoons of Prophet Mohammed.
Thousands of TLP supporters participated in the anti-French rally and vowed that they would not withdraw from the dharna until the French ambassador was fired.
The government negotiating team led by Religious Affairs Minister Pir Nurul Qadri, Interior Affairs Minister Ijaz Shah and the Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad held talks with the TLP leadership, calling for an end to the protests as routines in the two cities completely Was stalled. Local people were facing zero connectivity, they were facing many problems.
According to the written agreement signed between the TLP leadership and the government team, it has been agreed that the government will take a decision in Parliament about the French ambassador’s expulsion within three months and not appoint its ambassador to France.
The agreement also states that all the arrested activists of the TLP, who were arrested after violent confrontations with security forces and police officers, will be released with immediate effect.
The agreement was also agreed that no case would be registered against any of the TLP leaders.
Prime Minister Imran Khan ordered immediate dialogue and a peaceful resolution of the unrest.
The TLP was demanding the removal of the French ambassador, boycott of French products, the release of its arrested activists and no registration of a case against the TLP leadership.