Pakistan braces for military response after violent clashes

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad was supporting Sunday for a conceivable military reaction to against sacrilege challenges by Tehreek-e-Labbaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLYR) that have just guaranteed at any rate about six lives.

Police and paramilitary forces pulled again from an operation to separate an immense sit-in that had incapacitated Islamabad for quite a long time after their leeway operation on Saturday turned fatal. Security powers shot tear gas and rubber bullets at the protestors yet were met by resolved protection by nonconformists who blocked streets and burnt vehicles around the site of the sit-in.

No less than six individuals were killed and around 190 harmed before security forces retreated on Saturday. An Interior Ministry order said the central government had approved the sending of “adequate troops” to “control peace” in the capital until the point that further notice.