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Anti-France Protests At Halt Amid Ceasefire Agreement Between Pak Government And Radicals

| Updated: November 9, 2021 11:11

The Government in Pakistan and the banned outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan have reached to an agreement for complete ceasefire.

The Pakistan Taliban, under the name of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, or TTP , are ostensibly different form the Taliban in the power in the neighbouring Afghanistan. Their aim is to overthrow the democratically elected Government in Pakistan and set up rule based on their interpretation of Islamic law.

While the Taliban militants have agreed to a “complete ceasefire”. on the other hand, the talks facilitated by the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan between the Imran Khan Government and Tehreek-e-Labiak Pakistan culminated in the radical Islamist outfit agreeing to halt its march to Islamabad.

Going by the utterances, it can be presumed that TLP’s leader Saad Rizvi would be released from jail and there would be grand welcome after his release in the city of Lahore.

Pakistan’s Information minister Fawad Chaudhry informed about the development after the talks, terming the move in the “national interest”. The interior ministry lifted the ban on TTP on Sunday. The party also ended its two-week protest along a highway in the city of Wazirabad.

The outfit was in the forefront of the agitation against France with heavy anti-France sentiments after Paris-based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo republished cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed – act deemed blasphemous by many Muslims. The demonstrators who demanded the closure of French Embassy in Islamabad. The violent anti-France protests that triggered clashes with police, leaving six officers and four demonstrators dead.

“The ceasefire will keep on extending with the progress in the negotiations,” Chaudhry said in a statement.

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