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French Ambassador Not Present in Pakistan, Can’t Close Embassy: Sheikh Rashid

Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Has Announced To Deploy Rangers in Punjab For Two Months.

Ocean News Updates Islamabad: Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, Sheikh Rashid said that the French ambassador not present in Pakistan and the TLP’s agenda is something else.

He said that like Karachi, I am deploying Rangers all over Punjab and Rangers will be in the province for two months.

Sheikh Rashid said that Rangers have been called in the province under Article 147 and the Punjab government will have the power to use Rangers wherever it wants while the powers of the Anti-Terrorism Act are also being given to the Punjab government.

He said that Tehreek-e-Labeek militants have become militants, 3 policemen have been martyred in Sadhu Ki, Tehreek-e-Labeek people have fired at the police with Kalashnikovs, 70 policemen were injured in the violent incidents out of which 8 are in critical condition. Worrying.

He further said that the French ambassador not present in Pakistan and the French embassy could not be closed.

The Federal Home Minister said that TLP is banned in Pakistan and there is a fear that it may be banned internationally.

Replying to a question, Sheikh Rashid said that we have signed the agreement, it is signed and we are abiding by it, the real problem is not something else, the government has to establish its writ, the government is not happy about the loss of human lives.

Notification issued for deployment of Rangers in Punjab.

Shortly after Sheikh Rashid’s press conference, the Federal Ministry of Home Affairs issued a notification for the deployment of Rangers in Punjab.

According to the notification, Rangers will be deployed across Punjab for two months.

According to the Interior Ministry, the deployment of Rangers in Punjab has been requested by the provincial government.

It may be recalled that the federal government has decided to deal with the banned Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan (TLP), which has been staging sit-ins for the past several days, as a militant organization and launch an operation against them.

 

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