Sit-in protest by Tehreek e Labaik Ya Rasool Allah entered into fifth day

Overseas Tribune Exclusive,

Traffic system of twin cities is badly affected due to protest in Islamabad/Rawalpindi by Tehreek e Labaik Ya Rasool Allah.

Administration of the city has filed 11 cases against leadership of Tehreek e Labaik Ya Rasool Allah. The protesters are still remained on their demand about removal of federal law minister Zahid Hamid.
The citizens of Islamabad and Rawalpindi are suffering a lot from this protest. Today, is the first working day and there will be traffic jams on the alternative routes, if the protest remained on Faizabad interchange.

A student  Imtiaz Khan, while talking to Overseas Tribune, said ” Due to this protest, I have to travel 90 kilometers to reach my college, However, in normal routine I use to travel 40 Kilometers a day.” Many other students are facing same issue like Imtiaz is having.

Protest by Tehreek e Labaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLYR) is now in its fifth day. Government is failed to resolve the issue and citizens are facing traffic jams and travelling long distances to reach their destinations. Federal Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal was hoping for clearance of Faizabad Interchange on 12th November’s night.

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