Punjab Govt, protesters reach agreement to end Dharna in Lahore

December 2, 2017
Published in Pakistan




LAHORE: Tehreek-i-Labbaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLYRA) leader Dr Ashraf Asif Jalali has announced to end their sit-in that was continued since November 25, on The Mall.




Talking to the media at the sit-in place late Friday night, Dr Ashraf Jalali said that they were ending up their sit-in after having successful talks with a three-member committee of the Punjab government.

According to Dr Ashraf Jalali, the sit-in was being ended on the basis of following agreement with government representatives:

a) Raja Zafarul Haq's report would be brought forth till December 20, 2017.

b) The 27th November's agreement between TLYRA and the federal government would be implemented to the letter.

c) A committee comprising Ulema of all schools of thought would be constituted to decide about the number of load-speakers in mosques.

d) Mutahida Ulema Board, Punjab, would review the educational syllabus pertaining to Deeni (Religious) topics/matter.

e) Mufti Abid Jalali would be made member of Punjab Ulema Board.

f) A committee would also be formulated regarding resignation of Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah. - APP
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