Islamabad (Web Desk): Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Wednesday said that all issues have been settled with the proscribed Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) after negotiations with them.
Addressing a news conference, the interior minister said that above 200 FIRs against the violent TLP workers will proceed under due legal process.
Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said 669 workers of the banned outfit have been released.
“The TLP could file an appeal against the decision of its banning within 30 days,” the minister said, adding that a committee will decide the appeal.
He said that Rs40 million will be disbursed among the heirs of the martyred policemen and the injured police officials.
The interior minister said that the writ of the state has been ensured.
“No one will be allowed to take the law into his own hands,” he added.
He said the agreement reached between the government and the TLP maintained that the state would decide matters relating to bilateral ties and not a group or an individual.
On April 20, a resolution regarding the expulsion of French envoy was presented in a session of the National Assembly (NA).
Earlier on Tuesday, Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said that that matters with the proscribed TLP had been settled after talks.
In a video message shared on Twitter, the minister had said that that according to the agreement, TLP will end its protests across the country including at Jamia Masjid Rehmatul-lil-Alamin.