The Daily Notable (Web Desk) Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) on Friday evening finished their sit in the wake of going into a concurrence with the government.
The agreement was signed by representatives of the government and TLP and consists of five points:
The agreement was marked by a representative of the administration and TLP and comprises five points:
The government would not protest the review petition filed against Aasiya Bibi’s vindication by the Supreme Court (SC).
The lawful procedure to put Aasiya Bibi’s name on ECL would be begun instantly.
In the event that any death happened amid the protests following Aasiya Bibi’s exoneration, they would be examined according to the law.
Those who were captured while protest since October 30 would be discharged.
TLP apologized for the burdens caused to the general population in light of the protests.
The assertion bears the signatures of Religious Affairs Minister Sahibzada Dr Noorul Haq Qadri, Punjab Law Minister Raja Basharat, Pir Muhammad Afzal Qadri, patron-in-chief TLP, and Muhammad Waheed Noor, central Nazim-e-Aala TLP.
The Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan, on its part, has apologized for trouble or inconvenience caused to anybody amid the protest sit-in.
The TLP took to the road after the exoneration of Aasia Bibi by the Incomparable Court on October 30, incapacitating the significant urban areas of the nation. In his quick response, Head administrator Imran Khan had cautioned the nonconformists not to conflict with the state.