Over 800 people booked under terrorism charges in Pakistan for lynching of Sri Lankan national

Several gruesome video clips shared on social media showed a mob beating the prone victim while chanting slogans against blasphemy.

published on : 4th December 2021

Mob in Pakistan's Punjab province lynches Sri Lankan citizen over 'blasphemy'

Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar termed it a very tragic incident and ordered the Inspector General of Police to investigate the matter and report him within 24 hours.

published on : 3rd December 2021

Pakistan's Punjab government removes TLP chief Saad Hussain Rizvi from terrorism list

Saad Hussain Rizvi, who was arrested on April 12 ahead of planned protests by the TLP, has been languishing at Kot Lakhpat jail under terrorism charges.

published on : 11th November 2021

Pakistan lifts ban on extremist group TLP

At least 21 people, including 10 policemen, lost their lives during fierce confrontation between the TLP workers and law enforcement authorities in recent days.

published on : 8th November 2021

Pakistan lifts ban on radical party behind anti-France rally

TLP was outlawed a year ago amid violent rallies over the publications of caricatures of Islam’s prophet in France. 

published on : 8th November 2021

Anti-terrorism court in Pakistan grants bail to several TLP leaders: Report

The government assured the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan that steps would be taken to lift the ban on them, the report stated.

published on : 6th November 2021

860 TLP activists released after agreement with Pak's Imran Khan government: Official 

The TLP, established in 2015, started its protest to force the government to free Rizvi and expel the French ambassador as a protest against publishing blasphemous cartoons in France last year.

published on : 2nd November 2021

Thousands of Islamists continue marching to Pakistan capital demanding release of Saad Rizvi

Violent clashes erupted between security forces and Islamists in Lahore leaving at least two police and two demonstrators dead Friday.

published on : 23rd October 2021