Asia Bibi’s dismissal: Tehreek-i-Labbaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLYRA) opposes in various cities across Pakistan:
1- Who is Khadim Hussain Rizvi?
Before November, just a few people had focused on the wheelchair-certain pastor with a streaming white facial beard. His recently enlisted political party named Tehreek-I-Labbaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLYRA) had drawn the side interest of political experts and columnists after its everything of sudden strong appearing in the current general election of Pakistan 2018.
The narrative of Khadim Hussain Rizvi is that:
Leading the mob that held the capital hostage was a relatively unknown cleric. This is the story of the man who has become the new face of Barelvi politics
According to the Dawn news:
Developments after the launching of the Faizabad operation also show that there is more to the sit-in than just pressuring the government or to gain political mileage for TLYRA. The scope of this ‘dharna’ seems to be much broader and hints at the revival of Barelvi politics which had seemed to have fizzled out for more than a decade.
His resolute championing of the matter earned him the nickname of “blasphemy activist” in religious circles. Moreover, it is the same issue that impelled him to prominence over the past two months.
2- Who is Asia Bibi?
Asia Bibi, a mother of four, has been living on death punishment row for 2010 when she turned into the first lady to be sentenced to death by hanging under Pakistan’s draconian blasphemy laws, which pundits say are excessively unforgiving and frequently abused.
She was condemned for supposedly making contemptuous comments about Islam after neighbors protested her drinking water from their glass since she was not Muslim.
A few days after the fact, a man, Qari Muhammad Salaam, stopped an objection with the police, confirming Bibi had utilized abusive language for the prophet of Islam before the other ladies. In 2010, a preliminary court indicted and condemned her to death. She has been in prison as her case experienced different periods of the claim.
In early 2017, an angry crowd halted a student Mashaal Khan of a university in Mardan over allegations of blasphemy and pulled his body around campus.
The television channels in Pakistan bypassed embracing the protests and moved on to other headlines news after declaring the court’s verdict.
3- Tehrik-e Labaik Pakistan Demands “Death” For Judge Who Upturned Blasphemy Verdict:
Islamist separatists have blocked streets in Pakistan’s important cities for the second day opposed to a Supreme Court choice to absolve a Christian lady who put in eight years waiting for capital punishment for blasphemy. Her legal counselor said she would before long leave the nation. France and Spain have offered the haven to the 54-year-old mother of five, who is a Roman Catholic.
Justice Saqib Nisar, who on October 31 toppled Bibi’s 2010 conviction for purportedly offending the Prophet Muhammad, said there was insufficient proof that she disregarded Pakistan’s blasphemy law and recommending the allegations against her be “false.”
TLP is arranged to put up more than 550 nominees for national and provincial assembly seats beyond the country and is demonstrated it can prepare a religiously-motivated vote by its anti-blasphemy and anti-corruption agenda.
According to the EJAZ ASHRAFI, SENIOR TLP LEADER:
Security was strong in Islamabad where paramilitary authorities were sent to ensure the Supreme Court and others hazardous zones. Security was magnified for the judges following the declaration.
Tehrik-e Labaik Pakistan (TLP) party were irritated, blocking motorways connecting the capital, Islamabad, with other big cities, for example, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Gujranwala and Peshawar and requesting Bibi’s execution.
In the meantime, Deputy Interior Minister Shehryar Afridi said the government was consulting with the Islamist leaders an exploration a peaceful way out of the circumstance. Human rights activists encouraged the government not to make any permissions to the Islamists, with dissident and lawyer Jibran Nasir saying that doing as such would add up to “surrender by the state.”
The Us Freedom report:
According to the report of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom 2018. Approximately 40 people are supposed to be on death row or serving a life verdict in Pakistan for blasphemy.
No less than 1,472 individuals were charged under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws around in the range of 1987 and 2016, as shown by the Lahore-based Center for Social Justice.
It said Muslims comprised a more significant part of those indicted, pursued by members from the Ahmadi, Christian, and Hindu minorities groups.
According to an Al Jazeera tally:
Blasphemy is an irritable problem in Pakistan, where at least 74 people have been murdered in assaults caused by blasphemy allegations since 1990 according to an Al Jazeera tally.
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