Angry allies of Tehreek-e-Labiak Pakistan becomes violent and throw stones towards police while in reply the police fired tear gas to scatter them, all the incident took place after the arrest of their chief Saad Rizvi, in Lahore, Pakistan, Monday, April 12, 2021. Allies of a radical strict party in Pakistan fought in a few urban areas of the country after their leader was under custody by the police as a “pre-emptive measure” Saad Rizvi compromised the public authority and government with the protest on the off chance that it didn’t remove France’s representative over portrayals of Prophet Muhammad.
Saad Rizvi, who is the head of Tehreek-I-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), was arrested in the eastern city of Lahore to “keep up lawfulness,” said Ghulam Mohammad Dogar, head of Lahore police. Rizvi approached the public authority to respect what he said and that it is their responsibility and commitment to remove the French emissary before April 20 over the distribution in France of portrayals of the Prophet. His statement was made in February to TLP.
Saad Rizvi is the son of late Khadim Hussain Rizvi, who challenged heretical representations in France and requested removal of French minister. Later on, the nonconformists drove by him scattered calmly after the public authority allegedly guaranteed him to make a move in the matter. The TLP says that at first the public authority had guaranteed to fulfill their promise of ousting the representative in February later they requested for some time which was also agreed by the Islamic party member and more time was given for the commitment to be fulfilled and the time given was by April 20. Saad Rizvi as a leader raise his voice said that protest will occur in the streets, if the cutoff time was not met but before that the public authority as a careful step took him in custody before the cutoff time.
Following the capture of Rizvi, TLP allies obstructed and occupied streets in a few primary urban communities including Karachi, Lahore Multan and Islamabad. In a video message, TLP vice president Syed Zaheerul Hassan Shah blamed the public authority for going astray from the concurrence with the TLP. Saad Rizvi arose as the head and a support system of TLP in November after the abrupt passing of his dad, Khadim Hussein Rizvi. Rizvi’s allies have recently held some rough and violent protest with some rallies in few part of Pakistan; few cities like Karachi Islamabad, Lahore are in great influence of the protest. There is a constant pressure on the public authority not to rescind the country’s dubious irreverence blasphemy laws.
Tehreek-e-Labiak and other Islamist parties have denounce the French President Emmanuel Macron since October a year ago, saying he attempted to shield exaggerations of the Prophet Muhammad as freedom of art. The French president is a Islamophobic.