Islamabad. The Pakistani government has finally been forced to surrender to the Tehreek-e-Labak Pakistan (TLP) terrorist group. According to local reports, the Punjab government in Pakistan has removed the name of Tehreek-e-Labaik chief Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi from the list of terrorists. The Pakistani government has already removed the TLP from a list of suspicious organizations on November 7.
TLP chief Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi was arrested by Pakistan in April this year for carrying out anti-government protests. The TLP called on the Pakistani government to terminate Pakistan’s relations with France and to remove the French ambassador from Pakistan. In pursuit of that goal, the TLP staged a series of protests in Pakistan for several days and in a series of demonstrations killing Pakistani militants.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister said the Taliban wanted to negotiate with the world
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Thursday that the Taliban wanted to negotiate with the world to have their Afghan government recognized. At the same time, he warned countries not to repeat past mistakes, as Afghanistan’s secession caused more problems. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the ‘Troika Plus’ conference in Afghanistan, Qureshi urged countries to help Afghanistan avoid a humanitarian crisis due to lack of funds.
Representatives from China, Russia and the US participated in the conference. Pakistan is welcoming senior ambassadors from the US, China and Russia to Islamabad to discuss the situation in Afghanistan. Calling for international assistance, Qureshi said, “Afghanistan is on the verge of destruction, and it will not be able to pay its taxes.” “Therefore, it is important for the international community to provide emergency assistance,” Qureshi said.