The 21-day protest led by the founder of Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan, Khadim Hussain Rizvi, has finally ended today with government accepting to the demands of the religious party. The party leader has officially announced to end the sit-in at Faizabad and other cities of Pakistan.
The mismanaged crackdown against the protest, which heavily affected the lives of the citizens of the twin cities, had shaken the government so much that the government had to request the Army Chief to control the constantly deteriorating situation.
The social media platform, Twitter, is flooded with people’s reactions regarding the matter. Almost all of the trending hashtags are related to the protest. Let’s see what people are saying about the red-hot topic.
But, first the agreement.
— Fareed Khan Kakar (@Fareed_Meerzai) November 27, 2017
A lot of questions are being asked.
گذشتہ دنوں ہونے والے ناکام #FaizababadOperation نے تجربہ کار حکومت، انتظامیہ، نام نہاد جمہوریت، جمہوریت کا لبادہ اُوڑھے آمریت، ارسطو کی دانشمندی اور نااہل حکومت کی اہلیت پر سوالات اُٹھا دئیے۔
— Munawar Khan (@MunawarKhan69) November 27, 2017
Army democracy chahti hy
Democratic Govt Martial Law Chahti hy
— WOLF🐺 (@furqanhoti_1229) November 27, 2017
People are terming the protests and ultimately the agreement as unconstitutional.
— Kamran Yousaf (@Kamran_Yousaf) November 27, 2017
Interior Minister is in hot water following his inability to deal with the situation.
The same Minister who stopped army chief from commenting on economy, now asking army to take control of Islamabad.
The irony. (copied). #FaizabadDharna
— MUHAMMAD UMER FAROOQ (@umerfarooq758) November 26, 2017
Khadim Hussian’s foul language has been the talking point throughout the protest.
#Edhi_Ambulances are still helping the injured despite of Khadim Hussain Rizvi smashed Edhi.
Because Edhi once said :
— سیٹھ سرمد علی (@SarmadMuneer06) November 26, 2017
Former Interior Minister has bashed Ahsan Iqbal for his incompetence.
— Moeed Sheikh (@Moeedi) November 26, 2017
Meanwhile, Justice Shoukat Aziz has used some blunt words.
— Faisal (@faisaltanoli59) November 27, 2017
Has anyone researched?
Trust me most of the Pakistanis doesn't even know the real issue why molvies are out on the streets. #FaizabadDharna
— Sofia Kaif 👸 (@Sofiaakaif) November 26, 2017
More resignations on their way?
— Faris Ali Khan (@FarisAliKhan2) November 27, 2017
— Muhammad Hanif (@New_Dictum) November 27, 2017
#FaizababadOperation Came To an End… Thanks To ALLAH That Without Losing More Lives, Vehicles and Stuff Finally This Clash Has Been Ended…
— Misbah Lak (@Misbah_Lak) November 27, 2017
In a nutshell.
— Ali Sahib (@AliSahibTweets) November 27, 2017