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NSA Moeed Yusuf issues stern warning to TLP


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s National Security Adviser (NSA) Moeed Yusuf Friday warned the proscribed Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) that it had crossed a red line.

The NSA, in a couple of tweets, said the TLP has exchausted the state’s patience, adding that the government will not allow violence.

“For all individuals and groups who think they can challenge the writ of the Pakistani state, do not test the proposition. As the basic principle of national security, the state will never shy away from protecting each and every citizen from any form of violence. TLP has crossed rhe red line and exhausted the state’s patience. They have martyred policemen, destroyed public property, and continue to cause massive public disruption. Law will take its course for each one of them and terrorists will be treated like terrorists with no leniency,” he tweeted.

To clarify further, the adviser said: “There will be NO armed militias of any sort in our country.”

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