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Writ of the State to be implemented: Fawad Chaudhary

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Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Fawad Chaudhary on Saturday said writ of the State would be fully implemented and none would be allowed to take the law into hands. The country has returned to normal after violent protests by the outlawed Tehrik e Labaik Pakistan (TLP).

While speaking to the media in Rawalpindi after visiting injured police officers in the protests, the federal minister said that he congratulated the interior ministry, religious affairs ministry, and provincial governments for jointly taking action to successfully control the protests and “it was once again firmly established that state writ can’t be challenged”.

Chaudhry said Pakistan was the world’s fifth-biggest country (by population) and atomic power, questioning how anyone could undermine it and its state.

“Pakistan’s state is not a weak state at all and no one should make the mistake of misunderstanding this,” he said, adding that Pakistan also had the “biggest defense system and army” in the Muslim world.

The federal government has already declared the TLP an outlawed organization in the aftermath of violent protests by its workers across the country.

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