So far two protesters and a policeman have died in a violent clash in Pakistan following the arrest of hardline leader Saad Rizvi (Saad Rizvi Arrest in Pakistan).
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Many cities, including Pakistan’s capital Islamabad, have been exposed to violence. Two protesters and a policeman have died so far in a violent clash in Pakistan following the arrest of radical leader Saad Rizvi. According to the information found there, 10 policemen have also been injured. This violence (Pakistan Riots) and is seen taking terrible form.
Maulana Saad Rizvi, the head of the Islamic party Tehreek-e-Labbaq (TLP) Pakistan, was arrested in Lahore, Pakistan. Maulana’s supporters created a furore in protest against this arrest (Saad Rizvi Arrest in Pakistan). People became aggressive in such a way that they took the weapon and came down on the streets. The protesters ran arson and vandalism, and ran and beat the policemen who came to stop the violence.
Uncontrolled protestors in Lahore
Maulana Saad was arrested from her home in Lahore. After this, supporters of Maulana blocked the highway and road in Lahore. In many places arson (Pakistan Burn) was also done. At the same time, some pictures came out in which the protesters were seen stoning. The news of the death of two radical protesters in Pakistani Punjab province has also come to light. At the same time, the police looked helpless, could not open the main highway and roads in Lahore. Thousands of people are stranded with their vehicles. Let us tell you that the violence started in Lahore on Monday.
The protesters are also Muslims and the police are also Muslims. Both of them should refrain from talking to each other in the language of sticks and bullets. The holy month of Ramadan is starting. Do not do anything that will hurt the common people. Defamed Islam, at least don’t denigrate Islam pic.twitter.com/2VZUOM4Vb4
– Hamid Mir (@HamidMirPAK) April 13, 2021
Sikh devotees trapped
Pakistan’s senior police officer Ghulam Mohammad Dogar said that three people have died in this violence so far. At the same time, reports of 431 Sikh devotees being stranded in Lahore have also come to light. The group of devotees went to Pakistan via Wagah border to attend Baisakhi programs. According to his program, he was supposed to go to Panj Sahib Gurdwara, but due to the situation in Pakistan, he has not been able to reach Gurdwara Sahib.
Maulana had threatened to perform
Rizvi had threatened the government Maulvi Saad Rizvi had demanded the government to expel the French ambassador from Pakistan for publishing a picture of Prophet Mohammed. Rizvi had threatened the government of Pakistan that if action was not taken on the ambassador, there would be fierce demonstrations. Due to this statement, Maulana Saad has been arrested.
Fundamentalist formed after father’s death
After the sudden demise of Maulana Saad Rizvi’s father Khadim Hussain Rizvi, Saad Rizvi became the leader of the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan Party. Rizvi’s supporters in Pakistan have been continuously pressurizing the government not to repeal the blasphemy law. At the same time, Maulana’s party wants the government to boycott the French goods and take out the French ambassador.
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