Civil war like situation in Pakistan, Imran's TLP activists clashed with police, 4 killed, 253 injured

Islamabad: The confrontation between the banned radical outfit Tehreek-e-Lubbak (TLP) and the Imran Khan government in Pakistan is not going to stop. In Pakistan, violent protests by TLP in several cities have worsened the situation. According to Punjab Province CM Usman Bujdar, at least 4 policemen have lost their lives and 253 others were injured in the firing by the TLP.

He further said that strict legal action will be taken against those involved in the violence. Some media reports have reported 263 injuries. Amidst the tense situation, Pakistani troops have been deployed in Punjab province for the next 60 days. According to reports, the radical outfit, which belongs to the Barelvi community, has set out to encircle Islamabad. The firing is said to have taken place in the Gujranwala district of Punjab province on Wednesday (October 27, 2021). TLP supporters have run over and beaten up the policemen.

The injured include 70 policemen, out of which 8 are said to be in critical condition. A police official from Pakistan's Punjab province said, TLP members are using machine guns, AK-47 rifles and pistols to attack policemen. He said that this is the reason why the policemen have died. In fact, the radical organization has taken to the streets with two demands TLP. The first demand is to release TLP Chief Saad Rizvi from jail, while the second demand is to send the French ambassador back to France from Islamabad. The Imran government has agreed to accept the first demand but has refused to accept the second demand. More than 10,000 supporters of the banned TLP had been camping between Muridke and Gujranwala on GT Road for the past three days.

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