Tehreek-e-Libek Warned the French Ambassador not to Deport Again

LAHORE: Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan (TLP) has warned that it will resume its protest if the government does not fulfill its promise to deport the French ambassador on February 17 over blasphemy.

According to the Dawn newspaper, the new head of the TLP, Maulana Saad Rizvi, on the occasion of the death of his father and the head of the movement, Allama Khadim Hussain Rizvi, said, "We are committed to implementing the agreement by February 17. The fight for (protection) has begun. If anyone has a misunderstanding, it should be removed because we pledge that there will be no delay in taking a decision after February 17.

It is to be noted that Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan had staged a protest in Islamabad against the publication of blasphemous sketches of the Prophet of Islam in France, which was called off after an agreement was reached with the government.

Khadim Hussain Rizvi passed away on November 19, 2020, two days after this agreement.

The agreement stipulates that the government will take a decision from parliament within three months on the deportation of the French ambassador, will not appoint its ambassador to France and will release all arrested TLP workers. The TLP will not file a lawsuit against the leaders or workers after the incident.

Although the last 2 demands were accepted immediately, the first demand is still pending.

Addressing thousands of participants in Chehlum, Saad Rizvi warned the government, "If you have forgotten this agreement, look at our history. Now we are more ready to die (for the honor of the Holy Prophet). The French ambassador has until February 17 to leave.

He said that he has become a leader among the party workers so he understands the sentiments of the workers well. Moreover, before this people used to come for financial support for this purpose but now he has sacrificed his life. Are coming.

Saad Hussain Rizvi said that under the agreement with the government, we are obliged to wait for 3 months for the ruling party to legislate on severing diplomatic relations with France through parliament but after this deadline we will not remain silent.

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