Lahore: Security officials have been stunned after activists of the banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan allegedly fired small machine guns (SMG) at policemen during anti-government protests. Pakistani The authorities have since come to the conclusion that radical Islamists have transformed into a “terrorist group”, media reports said. Dawn newspaper reported that a high-level meeting produced mobile phone footage showing party members firing 80 rounds of SMG shots at policemen in Kamok, Pakistan’s Punjab province on Thursday.
2 policemen killed in firing
There were other incidents of attack as well, which showed that two policemen were killed and 16 others were injured in the firing by TLP activists, the report said. The newspaper quoted the police officer as saying, “This leaves police officers wondering from where the TLP is getting the weapons and how they are getting training to operate them.” He said officials who attended the high-level security meeting came to the conclusion that the TLP had turned into a “terrorist group” and that the government should seriously review its policy towards the organisation.
Thousands of TLP workers remained frozen in Wazirabad on Saturday
The Express Tribune reported that thousands of TLP workers gathered in Wazirabad on Saturday after talks between the government and the party leadership did not reach any conclusion. According to a report in Geo News, Minister of Religious Affairs and Inter-Religious Harmony, Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri said on Saturday that a 12-member committee has been formed to act as an interlocutor between the government of Pakistan and the TLP. has been done. TLP activists took out a rally from Lahore to Islamabad last week demanding the release of their leader Saad Rizvi from the Pakistan government.
Demand to expel the French ambassador from the country
Let us tell you that Saad Rizvi was arrested last year for protesting against France. A French magazine Prophet Muhammad against whom he had protested last year and demanded the expulsion of the French ambassador from the country.