PM Imran Pays Tribute to Police for ‘Heroic Stand’ against TLP Violence

 PM Imran Pays Tribute to Police for ‘Heroic Stand’ against TLP Violence

A few days earlier the major countries across the country are hijacked by the TLP goons. The violent mob blocks traffic on roads and bout over law and order security forces. PM acknowledges the bravery police and rangers have shown in the internal war zone to protect civilians. Imran Khan pays homage to the families of the martyred police officials. PM Imran Pays Tribute to Police for ‘Heroic Stand’ against TLP Violence.

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday paid tribute to the country’s police force for their “heroic stand” 

Earlier this week, supporters of the now-banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan rioted across the country for almost three days after the arrest of their party chief. The prime minister said,

“The intention was to blackmail the government. Four policemen were martyred and over 600 injured.”

PM Imran Pays Tribute to Police for ‘Heroic Stand’ against TLP Violence

Acknowledging the sacrifices of the police personnel, the premier said

“The nation is obliged to these heroes and assured that the families of the martyred police officials would be looked after by the government.”

TLP is dissolved, as govt approach the apex court! The government on Thursday decided to approach the apex court seeking the disbanding of the TLP after the federal cabinet outlawed the group under the country’s anti-terrorism law.

According to news reports,

“The cabinet show consent to a summary to ban the TLP came in the wake of thousands of its activists and supporters enacting violent protests across the country over the arrest of their leader. The mob was armed with sticks, canes and in some instance’s guns, they went on a riot, causing loss of life and damaging properties worth millions of rupees.”

Conferring to the news conference in the federal capital

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid, escorted by Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Minister Noorul Haq Qadri, explained at a news conference in the federal capital earlier

 “We tried our best to solve the issues [with TLP] through negotiations but they had extremely dangerous intentions and weren’t agreeing to go back on their agenda for April 20 [march]. Accepting demands like expelling ambassadors could lead to an extremely difficult situation for the country. All ministers had signed the summary seeking their approval for declaring the TLP a proscribed organization. Under Article 172 of the Constitution (read with Section 112 of the Election Act, 2017), would be circulated among cabinet members so that the reference for the dissolution of the TLP could be filed before the top court.”

Also Read: Watch: How A Ballsy Woman of Lahore Chivalrously Confronts TLP Goons

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