Pakistan: 8 killed in Clashes between banned Organization TLP and the Imran Government

In Pakistan, the conflict between the Imran government and the banned organization Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) is increasing. Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan has started a march to Islamabad on 4 demands.
Pakistan: 8 killed in Clashes between banned Organization TLP and the Imran Government
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In Pakistan, the conflict between the Imran government and the banned organization Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) is increasing. Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan has started a march to Islamabad on 4 demands, including the expulsion of the French ambassador from the country. At least 8 people, including four policemen, were killed in the violent clashes that erupted on Wednesday. Protesters have started a march till Islamabad and during this time stones were also pelted on police vehicles.

4 Policemen have died

Along with this, there have also been reports of arson in many places. In this violent clash, 4 policemen have died. At the same time, more than 250 people have been injured. Meanwhile, under pressure, the Imran government has accepted 3 demands, but it is not ready to expel the French ambassador from the country, while the main demand of the TLP is that the Prophet in France was insulted, so the French ambassador should be immediately expelled from Pakistan.

The government dug pits on the roads

Image Credit: Reuters
Image Credit: Reuters

However, to stop the march, the government has sealed the roads. In many places, huge potholes have been dug on the side of the road. So that TLP vehicles cannot pass from there. Pakistan's Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad said that in view of the latest clashes, Rangers have been called for two months to maintain law and order in Punjab.

TLP warned the government

Punjab Police Inspector Rao Sardar Ali Khan while talking to the media said that during the protest, four of our policemen were killed and 263 others were injured in the firing on the security forces by the activists of the banned organization. The TLP warned the government that thousands of TLP workers would lay down their lives but would not back down from their demands.

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