Internet services fully restored in City after a week

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AMRAIZ KHAN

After successful talks between the government and the banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), mobile and internet services were restored in Scheme Morr, Chowk Yateem Khana and surrounding areas on Tuesday.

For the past few days, protests and demonstrations were going on across the country against the arrest of Saad Rizvi, the leader of the banned TLP.

Talks were successful, the parties agreed on 4 points, the government will present the resolution of deportation of the French ambassador in the National Assembly on Wednesday, if approved by the National Assembly, the French ambassador will be expelled, All French products will be boycotted.
And the release of all workers will be notified.

Mobile and internet services were shut down at 167 places in Lahore due to fears of spreading chaos through the social media of the banned organization TLP, which the government has now started restoring.

Sodewall and surrounding areas were restored. It is to be noted that social media sites Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Telegram across the country, including Lahore, were shut down for five hours on Friday to prevent possible protests by the banned religious party.

Rulers apologized to the public for the temporary suspension of media services and promised not to close it in the future.

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