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Days after the twin cities returned to normalcy as religious organisation, Tehreek-e-Labbaik (TYL), called off their weeks-long sit-in protest, chief cleric of TYL Khadim Hussain Rizvi said Pakistan Army made Zahid Hamid resign from his post of law minister.
“Our party held negotiations with officials of Pakistan Army and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) who said ask whatever you want to,” Khadim said in an exclusive interview with a private news channel, adding that there was no role of the civil government in resolving the stand-off.
The cleric recalled that when the army officials came for the dialogue he said, ‘bring the resignation of the law minister before you come to talk to us’. On this, the army said it will make the minister resign and only then hold the talks.
During his discussion with Dunya News Reporter he said the following:
— Sana Ali chaudhry 🐆 (@sanaalichaudhry) November 28, 2017