Lahore roads reopen after Punjab police, rangers eliminated TLP protests
LAHORE: The Punjab police and Rangers carried out a crackdown against Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) protesters which resulted in the reopening of roads on Thursday, (today).
Initially, the operation was launched at Lahore’s Chungi Amar Sadhu to stop the protest.
Later, the police and rangers carried out an other operation at the Darogawala Chowk.
Moreover, the protests are still being staged at the Grand Battery Stop on Multan Road and Scheme Mor.
According to the police, the protest from these areas will be dispersed soon.
Earlier, on 12 April, the TLP launched countrywide protest after Lahore police arrested TLP Chief Saad Hussain Rizvi from Iqbal Town in Lahore.
Most of the main roads of the country were remained blocked, while some incidents of clash between protesters and security personnel were also reported in different parts of the country.