RAWALPINDI/ISLAMABAD: The government of Pakistan and the Tehreek – e – Labaik Pakistan (TLP) have entered into a deal, various sources have confirmed to TPD Investigations Desk.
It has been alleged that the government of Pakistan has promised to deport the French Ambassador, Mr. Marc Baréty in a period of two to three months.
Pakistan will also increase it’s efforts in the boycott of French goods, it has been learnt.
A document has been leaked on social media which claims that a deal has been made.
The document of the deal has been signed by Brigadier (R) Ijaz Shah, who serves as the Interior Minister of Pakistan and Noor ul Haq Qadri, the Minister for Religious Affairs.
The deal confirms that arrested TLP supporters will be released immediately, with no action taken for wrecking havoc in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
A leaked document of the Home Department of Punjab confirmed that arrested TLP supporters would be released.
TLP had been protesting in Faizabad chowk against the blasphemous cartoons published in France.
Dozens of policemen had been injured in the clashes with TLP supporters.