TLP chief asks Pakistan govt to cease begging and as an alternative threaten different nations with ‘atom bomb’3 min read
A video has been doing spherical on social media whereby Saad Rizvi, the chief of the hardline Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) occasion, advises the Pakistan authorities to cease ‘begging’ in entrance of different nations and as an alternative threaten them with a nuclear bomb and demand cash.
“They are sending the prime minister (Shehbaz Sharif), his entire cabinet and chief of army staff to other countries to beg for economic aid… I ask why are they doing this? They said the Pakistani economy is in danger… Instead, I advise them to take Quran in one hand and the atom bomb suitcase in the other, and take the cabinet to Sweden, and say that we have come for the security of Quran. If this entire universe does not fall under your feet, then you can change my name,” Rizvi mentioned within the viral video.
He said in his tackle that there was no want for the federal government to undertake talks with nations as a result of Pakistan may coerce them via threats.
Quran in a single hand, N-Bomb in different to threaten the world, suggests Pak radical group Tehreek-e-Labaaik Ameer Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi
Criticizes Pak Govt and Army, says they’re begging earlier than different nations for assist, as Pak faces worst economic system disaster@CNNnews18 pic.twitter.com/m3KBgEQO4b
— Shalinder Wangu (@Wangu_News18) February 2, 2023
During his speech, the TLP chief additional lambasted the Pakistani authorities for going smooth on the incident wherein anti-immigrant politician Rasmus Paludan burned a replica of the Quran in Stockholm, Sweden on January 21, 2023. Rizvi tore into the Pakistani authorities for failing to show those that burnt the holy guide a lesson.
According to media reviews, the novel group’s chief made the controversial assertion throughout a rally that was taken out by the TLP members in Lahore on January 27, 2023, to denounce the burning of a replica of the Quran in Sweden.
OpIndia had reported how amid a extreme financial disaster, the TLP members had opted to take to the streets to protest the desecration of the spiritual Islamic textual content in Sweden. The video of the rally, which went viral on social media, confirmed a number of folks perched atop a big trailer whereas a whole bunch extra have been on foot. Huge audio system have been mounted on the truck, via which chants of ‘Al Jihad’ might be heard. A big police contingent was additionally seen forming a human chain to guard the protestors.
No meals, no electrical energy, no foreign exchange reserves…the nation is bankrupt.
But 50,000 fanatics got here out in Lahore to protest the burning of Quran in Stockholm.
That is #Pakistan for you. pic.twitter.com/Y1CBDh8zQP
— Abhijit Majumder (@abhijitmajumder) January 29, 2023
In his assertion to the demonstrators on Friday (January 27), TLP chief Saad Rizvi urged the federal government to lodge a robust protest with Sweden and the Netherlands to make sure that such occurrences are not repeated once more.
Tehreek-e-Labbaik, the once-banned Islamic extremist political occasion in Pakistan
Notably, the Islamic extremist political occasion in Pakistan named Tehreek-e-Labbaik has been concerned in varied violent protests within the current previous. In truth, final yr, the Pakistani radical group had made plans to kill former BJP chief Nupur Sharma for making ‘derogatory’ statements about Prophet Muhammad.
The Islamic organisation had in 2021, organised violent protests in France and elsewhere world wide in response to cartoons of Prophet Mohammad revealed by the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The outfit had then demanded the expulsion of France’s ambassador and the discharge of their chief. While protesting towards the Charlie Hebdo cartoon in Lahore, the members of TLP opened hearth on the cops leaving not less than 4 Pakistani policemen useless.
This specific radical outfit was banned till November 2021, when former Prime Minister Imran Khan succumbed to the strain of radical Islamists and gave his permission to elevate the ban on the extremist group Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP). As a end result, the group was withdrawn from the Fourth Schedule which is the official terrorist watch record of Pakistan.
Notably, the TTP has now established itself as an indeniable energy in Pakistan’s political scene. The extremist organisation even fashioned a parallel authorities within the nation earlier this month.