The Pakistani government has announced that they have reached an agreement with Tahreeek-e-Labbaik Pakistan following their bilateral negotiations.

Chief of the religious party TLP Saad Razvi has also endorsed the agreement and added that the pact does not mean victory or defeat of either party.

Members of the TLP have recently staged a wide demonstration in Lahore asking for the release of their imprisoned fellows.

The protests have turned violent with the police that led to the killing of two police and injuring a number of protestors.

The Pakistani government talks with the TLP that took 12 hours, will be steered by a committee led by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ali Mohammad Khan to ensure the implementation of the clauses of the agreement.

Details of the agreement have not been made public yet but it is rumored to be made public in the future.


  • Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.