The midway for Faizabad pact is to expel French ambassador, Hafiz Saad Rizvi warns

Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi, in his Friday's sermon, clarified that there is no midway when it comes about expulsion of French ambassador. "Government says it would be isolated internationally and its foreign aids would be cut off in consequence of French ambassador's expulsion. They (French) are so sensitive about their ambassador and you (government of Pakistan) can't stand straight for the honor of your Prophet SAW?", he questioned prime minister and his team amid government's attempts to find a midway stepping back from Faizabad 2020 agreement.

"Only harangues will not work for the issue of the honor of the Last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad SAW. You would've to take practical steps," Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi said while referring prime minister's famous speeches about Kashmir, Karachi's monsoon flood and on many other issues without any practical steps. He also mentioned that government added a few things in Faizabad 2020 agreement on its own behalf such as tabling the issue as a bill in parliament, but haven't drafted the bill yet. Remember that government agreed to expel French ambassador within 3 months since mid November through a bill in parliament. Now just 18 days before the deadline expires, government is forcing TLP to give a midway. 

"Government didn't signed pact peacefully. They did so after several botched attempts to sabotage the 15th November rally and Faizabad 2020 sit-in," he warned government that it'd be the final nail in the coffin of government if it will go for viciously handling the protests again. He urged the nation to have faith in Allah, stay strong and be practical to safeguard the honor of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad SAW and expel French ambassador.