After the successful negotiations between the government and banned organization Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) on Sunday (yesterday), protests in different cities have been called off on some certain points to be met.
As per the sources, the banned radical outfit will not march towards the capital after the agreement between the government and TLP was successful. There are certain points on which the government agreed to complete the negotiations in a productive manner.
The sources have revealed that no legal action will be taken by the government against TLP as all the arrested workers of the outlawed organization will be released from police custody.
Another important point discussed was that Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan will be allowed to participate in the politics in future.
After the discussions of the government and TLP, protests and march have been called. The city of Rawalpindi opened after the blockage of 12 days.
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The discussions of the government and TLP were successful on Sunday (yesterday) after a long meeting between the representatives of government and TLP.
In a presser yesterday, Mufti Muneeb ur Rehman stated the negotiations were successful and expressed that this was the victory of Islam and the country.
The press conference was conducted by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi alongside Speaker of National Assembly Asad Qaiser and various TLP leaders.
FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi further revealed that National Security Committee (NSC) decided to hold peaceful talks so the right outcome for the country could be achieved. He also thanked the religious scholars who helped in the negotiations which ended in the best interest of the country.
It should be mentioned that TLP announced their march towards the capital. In their march forward, several policemen were martyred in the skirmish between protestors and security officials who were trying to stop them.