The identity card of Saad Hussain Rizvi, head of the banned Tehreek-e-labbaik Pakistan (TLP), has been blocked, while bank accounts have been frozen and property confiscated.
The Punjab Home Department issued a notification of action against the banned organization TLP. An important meeting of the Punjab Home Department was held on April 17 under the chairmanship of Provincial Law Minister Raja Basharat. The meeting approved the freezing of all assets of the banned Tehreek-e-labbaik.
The Home Department directed the concerned administration to immediately seize the assets. The meeting recommended the inclusion of six persons, including the current head of the movement, Saad Rizvi, in the ECL.
The Home Department has recommended that the Federal Ministry of Home Affairs be included in the ECL. Ordered the immediate arrest of dozens of people identified by CCTV cameras.
On the other hand, after the name was included in the fourth schedule, the property of Saad Rizvi, son of the late Allama Khadim Hussain Rizvi, was frozen and his identity card was blocked. Saad Rizvi will not be able to use any bank account or buy or sell property. The National Counter Terrorism Authority (NCTA) also added Tehreek-e-labbaik to its list of banned parties.
According to the notification, Saad Rizvi will have to submit his original passport to the concerned police station in-charge. Prior permission has to be obtained from the concerned police station to go elsewhere from the permanent residence. Saad Rizvi will have to give details of where to go and who to meet.
Earlier, according to Shahbaz Gul, a handwritten letter from Saud Rizvi was shared on social media. In which Hafiz Muhammad Saad Rizvi, the leader of the banned Tehreek-e-labbaik Pakistan (TLP), had said that he was addressing all the shura members and workers of Tehreek-e-labbaik and appealed to them that for the sake of national interest and the people. No legal action should be taken. Hafiz Saad Rizvi said that all protest rallies and road blocks should be removed immediately, all workers should return home peacefully and full cooperation should be extended to law enforcement agencies. Protests and sit-ins outside the center and the Rahmat-ul-Alamin Mosque should be stopped immediately.