Lahore: The banned Tehreek-e Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has announced to end its countrywide protest, including the Lahore sit-in.
According to sources, the banned TLP central leader issued an important statement stating that the government has fulfilled its promise by proposing a resolution in the National Assembly, while also making positive progress on other issues.
Shafiq Amini, a central leader of the banned TLP, announced at the party’s Lahore protest at Yateem Khana Chowk that their goal had been achieved. He told protestors to end the sit-in and return to their homes after which the party workers started vacating the area.
Shafiq Amini told the workers that once they return home, only then would party leader Saad Rizvi be released. “We have to fulfill our promise by ending the sit-in. As soon as it ends, our arrested workers will return”, he said.
A statement issued by Shafiq Amini said that Multan Road has been reopened for traffic after 9 days, however, some workers are on security duty outside Masjid Rehmatul-il-Alameen.