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The Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) candidates can not contest the upcoming by-election underneath the celebration’s banner, the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) said Wednesday.

The choice from the fee got here just a few hours after the federal government banned the spiritual celebration following the celebration’s protests everywhere in the nation, one which led to the killing of three individuals, whereas over 100 cops had been left injured.

It’s pertinent to say right here this instruction might be relevant on the NA-249 by-election — scheduled for April 29.

In the course of the basic elections 2018, of the 340,000 registered voters, the winner, Vawda, solely secured 35,344 votes, the runner-up obtained 34,625 votes, whereas TLP bagged 23,981 ballots. MQM-P obtained solely 13,534, and PPP’s Syed Attaullah Subhan obtained 10,307 votes.

The TLP had nominated Mufti Nazeer Kamalvi as its candidate for the NA-249 by-poll, and after the ban, sources mentioned the candidate won’t be able to contest the elections on the “crane” image.

“It has been determined to cease the printing of poll papers until the scenario turns into clear; nonetheless, the candidate can contest elections independently,” sources added.

TLP’s ban

In an necessary growth that befell earlier within the day, Inside Minister Sheikh Rasheed had mentioned the federal authorities had determined to impose a ban on the TLP underneath the anti-terrorism legislation.

“We’re forwarding a abstract to the federal cupboard to impose a ban on the TLP,” Rasheed mentioned in Islamabad, as protests had been held throughout varied cities of the nation.

Protests by the spiritual celebration have prompted issues for the plenty in main cities throughout the nation for the previous two days and have claimed the lives of three individuals, together with two policemen. Practically 100 policemen have additionally been injured in clashes with the protesters.

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