The report of the Ministry of Home Affairs banning TLP was approved. The TLP had received 2.5 million votes in the 2018 general election.
Demonstration in Pakistan (AFP)
Pakistan bans Tehreek i Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) under terrorist law: Imran government has awakened from sleep after three days of violence and arson in Pakistan. Pakistan, which often harbors terrorists, has formally banned the fundamentalist religious organization Tehreek-e-Labbaik-Pakistan (TLP) under the Terrorism Act on Thursday. Accused the TLP of being involved in terrorist activities and working to disrupt the peace and security of the country.
Prime Minister Imran Khan presided over the cabinet meeting. In this, the report of the Ministry of Home Affairs of banning TLP was approved. The TLP had received 2.5 million votes in the 2018 general election. According to the ‘Dawn’ newspaper, after the approval of the Cabinet, the Ministry of Home Affairs issued a notification declaring the TLP as a banned organization.
Security breach, chaos spread
It has been said in the notification that the federal government has got such legitimate reasons. It is sure that Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan is involved in terrorist activities. He spread chaos by intimidating people with the intention of disturbing the peace and security of the country, causing a lot of damage to the personnel of law enforcement agencies.
TLP will end recognition
The government will present the ban notification in the Supreme Court on Friday. After this, on the direction of the Supreme Court, the Election Commission will end the recognition of TLP. TLP MPs will automatically be disqualified due to non-notification of the party. Home Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed told the media that the government will not give any relaxation to those who spread anarchy in Pakistan. The TLP started nationwide demonstrations on Monday after the arrest of its chief Saad Hussain Rizvi.
Violence and arson for three days
On the controversial cartoon of Mohammad Pangbar, the TLP was demanding that the French ambassador be sent back from Pakistan. Seeing the possibility of violence erupting, the police arrested Saad Rizvi. But after this, thousands of people took to the streets in many cities including Islamabad and started violent demonstrations. More than 8 people were killed and more than 40 people were injured in this violence. Among them, dozens of policemen were also involved. The TLP, led by Saad Rizvi, is a fundamentalist organization, which is a staunch supporter of blasphemy in Pakistan.
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