TLP Protests: Latest updates by Traffic Police of major cities

Lahore, 13th April: Protests and sit-ins by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Labbaik (TLP), which started yesterday after their chief was taken into custody by the police have started to disband.

According to Baaghi TV’s report, after the protests by the TLP workers on Monday, traffic was severely disrupted leaving thousands of people stranded for hours. But according to the latest updates the traffic blockade has now started to wrap up.

The protests, however, are expected to continue for a second day but they will be limited to specific areas of the major cities.

The latest updates from the traffic police of three major cities are as follow:

Karachi:

According to Karachi’s traffic police, four areas are closed for traffic on Tuesday. Roads are closed in Orangi Town No. 5, Baldia No 4, Stargate and Korangi No 2.

Meanwhile, the protest has ended near Tower Chowk, Jinnah Bridge and Hassan Square.

Karachi Traffic Police issued the latest update an hour ago on their Twitter handle.

 

Islamabad:

After Monday’s protest, Murree Road in Rawalpindi has not been opened yet for the flow of traffic.

The latest update issued by the Islamabad traffic police at 1 pm on their Twitter account is as follow:

Lahore:

Severe protests are being held in Lahore, where the local traffic police had requested the citizens to avoid unnecessary travel as of 9:30 am.

The latest alert issued by Lahore Traffic Police on their Twitter is:

In Punjab, the situation is being kept under control with the help of paramilitary forces.

In Lahore, the traffic has been closed at Bhatta Chowk and the Shanghai flyover, Chohang and Multan  Road.

Police fired tear gas late Monday night to disperse the protestors at Chowk Yateem Khana Lahore.

National Highway and Motorway:

The National Highway and Motorway police have also issued an update on their Twitter account around 12 pm Tuesday.

 

It is to be noted that protests have been going on in the country since yesterday after the arrest of Hafiz Saad Rizvi, the leader of Tehreek-e-Labbaik.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV  to read further updates!

Protests continue 21 injured in Gujranwala, road blocks in several cities including Lahore as protests continue across the country

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.