Reader’s Links, Aug 26, 2018

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109 Replies to “Reader’s Links, Aug 26, 2018”

  1. TLP announces another march on Islamabad (tribune, Aug 27, 2018)
    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1788527/1-tlp-announces-another-march-islamabad/

    “Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has announced to march on the federal capital on Wednesday, with the demand that Pakistan sever diplomatic ties with the Netherlands over a controversial cartoon contest by a Dutch politician.

    Addressing a press conference in Lahore on Sunday, TLP leaders –including Khadim Rizvi — said they would stay on the roads until either the cartoon contest is stopped or Pakistan expel the Dutch ambassador and calls back its envoy from the Netherlands.
    “Call back your ambassador and expel the Dutch ambassador from Pakistan,” Rizvi asked the government.

    He said mere condemnation was not enough at this stage. He said the march would start from Data Darbar on August 29 and would stay in Islamabad until their demands are met.

    “We will reach Islamabad and then decide the next plan of action. We can be martyred or arrested, but we will not return until either the cartoon contest is stopped or the Dutch envoy is expelled,” said Peer Afzal Qadri.

    He said their march would be peaceful and the government would be responsible for the consequences if it tried to stop them by force…”

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