The government arrested TLP Leader – Severe traffic jams in major cities of Pakistan, TLP protests

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After the arrest of Hafiz Saad Rizvi, the leader of Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan, the workers of TLP have started protests all over the country.

Bone of Contention between TLP and Government

The reason for the arrest of the TLP leader is that he had announced a protest against the government for violating the agreement reached with the government of Pakistan during the protest against the blasphemous sketches of the Last Prophet of God, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) in France. The government is reluctant to expel the French ambassador as per the agreement because if the government takes this decision, it is feared that Pakistan’s relations with the rest of the European Union will deteriorate.

On the other hand, the government cannot tolerate protests from Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan. Because the closure of the country will pose a great threat to the country’s doomed economy, which the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Imran Khan is working day and night to fix.

French Extremism against Muslims in France

Extremist non-Muslims in France set fire to two mosques at night before the start of the Muslim month of Ramadan.

On the other hand, the chain of Islam and Muslim hostility in France is not coming to an end. There, French President Emmanuel Macron’s anti-Muslim rhetoric has encouraged militant and extremist elements and increased their actions against Muslims.

Extremist non-Muslims in France set fire to two mosques at night, a day before the start of the Muslim month of Ramadan. As a result, the religious sentiments of Muslims have increased.

Read: In France, extremists set fire to two mosques – Life expectancy of Muslims is tight

TLP’s Protest in Pakistan

In Lahore, traffic has also been blocked near Shanghai Bridge on Ferozepur Road, Sagian Bridge, Shahdara.

Traffic was blocked on Multan Road in Lahore due to protests at other places including Chohang while police shelled the Chowk Orphanage to disperse the protesters.

Traffic jam due to protest at Bahawalpur Bypass Chowk in Multan. There were queues of vehicles. The people are facing severe distress due to the protests.

II Chandragar Road, Karachi. Image: Twitter

In Karachi, traffic flow in Orangi Town No. 4 and Baldia No. 4, Hub River Road, Liaquatabad, Korangi is also affected.

including II Chandragar Road, MA Jinnah Road and adjacent roads are severely congested and long queues of vehicles have formed from the tower to the Governor’s House. The flow of traffic at Star Gate is also affected

Protests are going on in Bhara Kahu in the federal capital Islamabad due to which Athal Chowk has been closed while citizens are facing difficulties due to closure of Athal Chowk.

Entrances to Islamabad and Rawalpindi have also been blocked, causing problems to the people, while traffic jams have also been reported on Azad Kashmir and Murree routes.

Read: Govt orders action against law-breakers, suspension of cellular services – TLP Protests

Protests are also going on at Liaquat Bagh Chowk in Rawalpindi after which traffic was blocked in the vicinity while angry people also rioted and pelted stones at Liaquat Bagh Chowk.

On the other hand, sit-ins and protests by religious organizations are also going on in different cities of the country due to which traffic has been jammed on major highways and long queues of vehicles have formed.

According to the Motorway Police, the highway from Rawalpindi to Lahore is closed at 10 places while the highway from Lahore to Okara is closed at 4 places.

Shortage of Oxygen in Hospitals

Ambulances were also stuck in traffic jams in different cities, making it difficult for patients stranded in traffic to reach hospitals.

Image: DW

According to sources, various hospitals in Lahore are facing shortage of oxygen, which will end by morning. This will cause severe problems to the patients suffering from Corona virus and will also endanger their lives.

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