Friday, October 21, 2016

Pakistan: Anti-Christian lock-down enters into second-day at Lahore Mall Road


The protesters  staged a sit in demanding an early assassination of Aasia Bibi in front of Punjab Provincial Assembly yesterday (Wednesday).

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | US Desk
Source/Credit: Pakistan Today
By PT Staff | October 20, 2016

The Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasool Allah, Thursday (today), continued to protest outside the Punjab Assembly for the second day hampering traffic and creating nuisance for the commuters.

The protesters  staged a sit in demanding an early assassination of Aasia Bibi in front of Punjab Provincial Assembly yesterday (Wednesday).

A spokesperson from Lahore CCPO office while talking to Pakistan Today said that negotiations with the charged protesters are underway.

They party, however, vowed to continue to protest until the fulfillment of their demand.

The charged protesters blocked the Mall Road at Charing Cross and caused a gridlock all over the city.
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Earlier, hundreds of protestors led by different religious parties belonging to the Barelvi school of thought gathered at Charing Cross under the leadership of Allama Khadim Hussain Rizvi on Wednesday evening.
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Section 144 bars holding of protest rallies and political gatherings in the area but the district administration and Lahore Police were clearly helpless in implementing the Lahore High Court’s decision in this regard. In yesterday’s protest, electronic media was absent as per directions of PEMRA.


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