TLP and govt. reaches on an agreement, 'Save Pakistan' march ended on Saturday

Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has reached on an agreement with the government after which it is expected to end it's 'Save Pakistan' march on its 27th day. According to the copy of the agreement, both parties have agreed on speedy and fair trial of blasphemers, implementation of a filtration method to curb online blasphemous content, formation of a counter blasphemy wing under FIA, imposition of 7ATA on 295-C offenders, letter to US government for the release of Dr. Afia Siddiqui, gradual reduction in petroleum prices and many other points.

In his address to participants on Friday night, Allama Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi announced that the future plans would be announced tomorrow. Remember that TLP was engaged in talk with the government and a final meeting took place from Friday evening till late night.

Earlier in a statement, TLP's spokesperson condemned the suspension of cellular and internet services in the city where TLP's 'Save Pakistan' march is staying amid talks with the government. The spokesperson criticised government for being double-faced. Furthermore, reports of arrests of TLP's leaders and workers are circulating on social media when negotiation committees of TLP and government resumed talks on Friday evening.

Remember that government contacted TLP for talks a couple of days ago and it was reported yesterday that both have agreed on most of the points except reduction in the prices of petroleum products.