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Today’s Outlook: TLP crackdown, travel disrupted, Saad Rizvi release

Notes from the newsroom for Thursday

SAMAA | - Posted: Oct 28, 2021 | Last Updated: 1 month ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Oct 28, 2021 | Last Updated: 1 month ago

Expect more developments today, Thursday October 28, with the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan which has decided to continue its protest in Punjab. It was declared a militant banned outfit last night.

Fawad Chaudhry the made announcement here, showing that the government has taken a harder stand on the TLP after the deaths of policemen in the protest and the destruction of property among other violence. The Punjab has been handed over to the Rangers.

SAMAA TV sources have said that there were meetings at the jail with TLP leader Saad Rizvi, however this could not be independently confirmed. If the government decides to release him, it could help calm the TLP protestors which have caused so much disruption, violence, and damage and loss of live in the last few days. More on this as we follow the story...

Faisal Vawda: PM was in the dark

TLP protest: Travel advisory

  • To block the TLP, the authorities have blocked Peshawar's GT road at Jhelum.
  • Chenab pull is completely closed. Long lines of vehicles going from Islamabad to Peshawar and several containers and trucks are stuck on Sarai Alamgir Road.
  • All roads leading to Lahore have been sealed
  • Containers have been placed in Rawalpindi, so movement is restricted there too

In case you missed it: Fazlur Rehman supports TLP

Maulana Fazlur Rehman held a press conference to come out with his open support for the TLP.

"TLP, their workers were going to Islamabad. Protest is their right. They were beaten. What behaviour is this?" he said. "Imran Khan protested at D Chowk. Why can't they? Islamabad is not their fiefdom."

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