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Talks with banned outfit have been profitable: Sheikh Rasheed

Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad and Noor ul Haq Qadri
Inside Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad Sunday mentioned that talks between the federal government and the banned outfit Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) after they threatened to march in the direction of Islamabad have been profitable.

A day earlier, the Opposition events and the proscribed outfit had staged separate protests in a number of cities of the nation, leading to Islamabad, Lahore and Rawalpindi being partially shut down.

Speaking to journalists, the inside minister mentioned that each one the roads, which had been closed earlier to cease the protesters from marching in the direction of Islamabad, will likely be reopened for site visitors step by step.

The TLP protesters won’t transfer ahead [to Islamabad] and can keep in Muridke until Tuesday, he added.

After reviewing their calls for, the problem will likely be resolved peacefully by Tuesday, mentioned the inside minister.

Minister for Spiritual Affairs Pir Noorul Haq Qadri, in the meantime, mentioned that the problem will likely be resolved by means of mutual understanding. He maintained that the involved authorities have been directed that there needs to be no conflict between the police and the protesters.

A day earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan had directed federal and provincial ministers to carry negotiations with TLP after they threatened to march in the direction of Islamabad.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had held a telephonic dialog with Qadri to debate the prevailing legislation and order scenario.

On the directives of the prime minister, Qadri had arrived in Lahore from Karachi to carry negotiations with the banned outfit’s management.

The federal government’s negotiation crew comprised Rahsieed, Qadri and Punjab Regulation Minister Muhammad Raja Basharat.

The PM had additionally directed the inside minister to return to the nation from the UAE, the place he had gone to observe India-Pakistan’s high-voltage T20 World Cup conflict.

On Saturday, the federal government had dug up a trench on GT Street close to Gujranwala in response to an announcement by TLP that they are going to set out on an extended march in the direction of Islamabad.

A deep and lengthy pit was dug with the assistance of cranes whereas the roads have been additionally blocked prematurely by putting containers. Thus, all paths through highway resulting in and from Gujranwala have been blocked.

In the meantime, a procession by the banned outfit, the individuals of which started marching from Lahore, had reached Sadoke.

The banned outfit had introduced a “peaceable protest” on Friday after jummah prayers to demand the discharge of their chief Saad Rizvi.

Rizvi was taken into custody shortly after the federal authorities had declared the TLP a proscribed organisation beneath anti-terrorism legal guidelines and launched a broad crackdown in opposition to the get together.

The motion got here after days of violent protests and site visitors disruptions within the largest cities of Pakistan, which noticed private and non-private property being broken by gangs of hooligans bearing sticks and turning on legislation enforcement officers at will.

Talking on the transfer, Prime Minister Imran Khan had defined that his authorities had taken motion in opposition to the banned TLP as a result of it “challenged the writ of the state and used road violence, attacking the general public and legislation enforcers”.

Two policemen have been martyred in Lahore Friday night time after a few vehicles collided throughout a protest by the banned outfit. Clashes between police and members of the outlawed outfit additionally resulted in over 40 cops getting injured.